Do you like to make stuff? Are you into Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, or Math? Check out these STEAM programs.
Teens! Award-winning author G. Neri will be at Carpenter Branch Library on October 14 from 7-8 p.m. to talk about his new book, Knockout Games.
Come meet award winning author Scott Westerfeld on September 29th at Schlafly Branch Library from 7-8 p.m. Scott’s most famous works are those of the Uglies series, set in a future where cosmetic surgery is compulsory when you turn 16, making everyone beautiful.
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Read, listen to music, study, or just hang out. Teen Lounges are located at most branches.
Homework help for teens is available during select hours at most St. Louis Public Library locations.
Teens (ages 13-17) can volunteer at any Library. Applications are available online and at neighborhood branches.
Our bi-annual program allows teens in grades 6-12 to meet an author, and to receive a free book. Teens are encouraged to “Read It Forward”, passing the book to someone else.
Check out the videos made by teens @ the SLIFF Kid's Basic Film Camp held @ St. Louis Public Library during the SLIFF Kids Second Annual St. Louis Int'l Children's Film Festival . . . Read More.