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GEPL Teens: What I’m Reading Now – When I Was the Greatest

Earlier this year, I went to a library conference where I was lucky enough to meet a lot of wonderful young adult authors.  One of the brand new authors I had a chance to meet was Jason Reynolds, whose first

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GEPL Teens: Summer Reading Starts Today!

I’ve been talking about it for weeks, but today it’s finally upon us – summer reading is starting at GEPL!  I know you’re still worried about finals and graduation, but summer reading is going to be awesome, and you may

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GEPL Teens: Animals Beastly & Beloved

As you know (because I won’t stop talking about it) GEPL’s summer reading program is about to start.  This year, our theme is Read to Rescue.  Thanks to a pledge from the Friends of the Library, you can help us

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GEPL Teens: Finding New Reads

With summer reading coming up, we hope you’re going to be doing lots of reading.  After all, reading is how you’ll get your t-shirts and gift cards, and score your chance for some sweet Ticketmaster gift cards.  But deciding what

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GEPL Teens: May!!!

It’s MAY you guys!  Is it just me, or did this month take forever to get here?  Granted, the rainy, chilly weather doesn’t feel much like May, but I have high hopes for the month.  May is clearly the best

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GEPL Teens: What I’m Reading Now – The Selection

So after hearing from a couple of teens here at the library about this book, I decided to check out today’s “What I’m Reading Now” choice! What I’m Reading Now: The Selection by Kiera Cass What’s It About (Jacket Description):

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GEPL Teens: Volunteering Inspiration

Tomorrow GEPL is having a Volunteer Fair!  This is a great chance for anyone looking to get some hours in for Key Club or National Honors Society, or just looking to get involved and give back.  There will be all

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GEPL Teens: Great Character Alert – Sophie Winters

There are a lot of reasons to love a good book – gripping plot, incredible setting, swoon-worthy romance or heart-pounding action, etc. etc.  But one of the biggest reasons I end up falling for a book is because it features

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GEPL Teens: Austen Adaptations

Around this time every year, my brain starts going into hardcore Jane Austen mode.  Maybe the warmer weather makes Austen sound extra appealing, or maybe when I read all her novels for the first time one spring, the timing imprinted

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GEPL Teens: What I Just Read – She Is Not Invisible

Combining a couple of my favorite ways to find new reads, this “what I just read” edition of “what I’m reading now” is an advanced reader copy (ARC) of a book by an award winner!  Marcus Sedgwick won the Michael

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