Participate in the 2021 Summer Library Program (Jun 19-Aug 13)-
Calling all teens, are you searching for some entertainment this summer? Teen Advisory Board is seeking recruits to compete in the teen summer reading challenge and virtual programs. Teens of Troy must read 30,000 pages to win a grand prize for the Teen Department to enjoy. Read books, write book reviews, and enter weekly raffles. Click 'Read More' for registration details.
Explore New Teen Connections Page-
Explore peer-to-peer content for Troy Public Library teens—book suggestions and reviews, articles, and more—all suggested and created by Troy Public Library teens.
School Resources for Teens-
Click 'Read More' to check out TPL's back to school resources for teen students, including books, video games, test prep, and more!
Attend a Teen Virtual Program-
Click 'Read More' to visit Troy Public Library's online calendar and explore upcoming virtual programs for teenagers ages 13–18.
TPL is Open Online 24/7-
Get started accessing our online downloadables and resources, all from the comfort of your own home! Grab your library card and click 'Read More' to head to our Digital Services page to begin exploring.
Your Next 3 Books-
Teens! Are you having a hard time choosing your next book? Check out our Your Next 3 Books teen form and TPL will help you. Get started today!
Teen Advisory Board (TAB)-
All TAB meetings will be held on Zoom for the foreseeable future. If you would like to join TAB, please email Holly.Osentoski@troymi.gov. The Troy Public Library seeks young people aged 13–18 to join the Teen Advisory Board. Board members will have exclusive opportunity to plan events and programs, suggest improvements to the Teen department, and to promote the library throughout the community.
Find Something Great to Read
Let me introduce you to the Next Three Books form. Give us a bit of information about what kinds of books you're into, and we'll send you back three titles we've chosen just for you! It's pretty much magic, and you may just find your next favorite book or series.
In the meantime, do some browsing on your own at our Teen Reads page. Here we've compiled lists of titles under various categories like Adventure, Fantasy, Realistic Fiction, and many more. Take a look and stumble across something great!
Lastly, I hope you know that librarians love to talk about books. We're pretty much waiting by the phone, hoping you'll ask for some reading suggestions! Visit at the Reference Desk whenever we're open, call us at 248.524.3534, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We'll be so excited to share some titles with you.
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