Do you have a teenager living in your house who will soon be a driver? Are you considering getting your CDL (commercial driver’s license) for a career change? Is a motorcycle license in your future?
In honor of National Poetry Month, check out some of these teen poetry books! If you happen to stop by the Orange Branch Library, be sure to leave a haiku on the bulletin board in the Teen Zone.
This month's booklist is a bunch of adult books with teen appeal. On it, you'll find everything from thrillers to fantasy-- check 'em out!
[Edit: Deputy Director Don Yarman mention the Alex Award in the comments. It honors the best adult books with teen appeal.]
Looking for some stellar graphic novels? Look no further. Here’s a list of some pretty excellent ones:
Board gaming, also called tabletop gaming, is on the rise across the country and the library is sitting down at the table. We have chosen 22 modern board games that inspire creativity, creative thinking, interaction and are just plain fun to play.
The reference staff at the Delaware County District Library are some of the most intelligent, skilled and effective librarians I know, and they will, to a person, work diligently to answer your questions, find you the perfect book to read or movie to watch, or fulfill any of your information needs. However, the reference librarians are busy doing just that, and they don’t have time to provide homework help to students who need it. They can fin
Check out our fancy new LGBTQ Teen booklist!
Did you know you can create a custom reading challenge on Goodreads? Is there a super long book you’ve always wanted to read? Or do you want to make the time to read a book a week? Whatever your goal is, you can keep track of it on Goodreads in 2015! My personal goal is to read 50 books in 2015 (picture books don’t count by graphic novels do!). Check out the link for more information, see you in 2015 with a huge stack of books!
Over 40 Central Ohio authors attended Delaware County District Library’s Local Author Fair on Sunday, December 7th.
The event kicked off with a presentation from keynote speaker from Kelsey Swindler of Wilmington, Ohio’s Orange Frazer Press. Swindler discussed different kinds of publishing, from traditional avenues to self-publishing routes. The presentation was open to the local authors in attendance as well as the public.