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GEPL Teens: The Watchful Protectors

By: Hannah Rapp, Teen Librarian As I’m sure you all remember (and some of you are probably getting sick of hearing,) we’re doing some fun stuff for summer reading this year.  Between tug-of-war with the fire department tonight, great gift

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GEPL Teens: Teens Write – Technology & Teenagers Take 2

By: Alison O., Teen Blogger The ongoing debate regarding society’s attachment to smartphones questions whether the heavy reliance on these devices is good or bad. I think that our attachment to our smartphones is bad because of the things that

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GEPL Teens: Teens Write – Technology & Teenagers

By: Ashley M., Teen Blogger Many adults say that teens are way too involved with their phones. Rather than socializing the old fashion way, you know – talking to each other in person, instead they are staring at a screen

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GEPL Teens: Week of Goofy Outfits

By: Hannah Rapp, Teen Librarian If you’ve seen me at the library this week, you may have noticed some strange sartorial choices going on.  That’s because you guys have once again hit a tier of your reading goals (you average

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GEPL Teens: Teens Review – Rebel Belle

By: Sara A., Teen Blogger They say never judge a book by its cover, but looking at Rebel Belle’s, I couldn’t help but be intrigued. Automatically, it was piled on to the stack of books building up in my arm.

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GEPL Teens: What I Just Read – Shadowshaper

By: Hannah Rapp, Teen Librarian Once again, I took advantage of my #LibrarianPerks and snagged a chance to read a pre-publication version of a book I was really looking forward to. This book will be out next Tuesday, June 30,

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GEPL Teens: Teens Write – Genre Prejudice

By: Elizabeth W., Teen Blogger Recently in an interview, J. K. Rowling, a leading fantasy writer, said that she doesn’t read fantasy or sci-fi novels. Another author, Kazuo Ishiguro, wrote The Buried Giant, a novel set in a fantasy realm

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GEPL Teens: Nerf Wars

By: Hannah Rapp, Teen Librarian Well folks, you’ve done a great job reaching your first reading goal (you already average well over one book per teen!) which means it’s time for me to face the music. Or rather, face the

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GEPL Teens: Teens Review – The Power of One

By: Ashley M., Teen Blogger The Power of One is “a true classic,” as my dad has told me multiple times (this being from the man who reads roughly two novels a week, if not more). I have to admit

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GEPL Teens: Deep Breath

Congratulations on finishing finals everyone!  Now that school is over and summer has officially begun, we’re keeping it short and simple for today.  Sit back, relax, and take a deep breath.  We’ll be back with more book reviews, teen bloggers,

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