All programs are FREE. No registration is necessary, unless otherwise noted.
Teen Homework Hangout
September 22, Monday
4:30 - 6:00 p.m.
Need homework help? Writing tips? Or are you interested in publishing original prose or artwork in our Teen Zine? Stop by our Homework Hangout for help with schoolwork, your original writing, or just to hang out with some friends and free snacks!
Teen Book Club
October 2, Thursday
4:30 - 5:30 p.m.
Whether you love John Green or Veronica Roth, Suzanne Collins or Rick Riordan, we'll be reading something for you! Join us for our first meeting of the NEW Teen Book Club and vote on our first pick. Snacks will be provided!
Review Books for Our TSR Blog!
Blogging 4 Books: MPL's Official Teen Summer Reading Blog
Read our great teen reviews -- and send us one of your own!
Use our Owl Post to send us your book reviews.
Send at least three reviews, and you'll be eligible to win a special prize at the end of the summer!
Monroeville Public Library Holds Zombie Fest
The Teen Area is located on the upper level of the Library. Turn left past the Front Desk and look for the bright blue shelves.
The Library offers programs such as Teen Book Club, Mother/Daughter Book Club, movie nights, craft events, music concerts, volunteer opportunities, and other special programs.
The Teen Area has popular fiction, classic literature titles, graphic novels, manga, non-fiction, AP exam study guides, and a paperback book collection for teens.
Our College Prep section features reference material for high school students planning their academic future, including college guides, SAT and ACT study guides, and financial aid resources. Teen non-fiction includes reference material for high school students choosing alternate career paths.
The Library has a variety of teen DVDs, CDs, videos, magazines, audiobooks, and PlayStation and Xbox games.
Teen Computer Services
Comments, Suggestions, and Homework Help
Have a suggestion for a program or event you'd like to see at the Library? Want to request a book, DVD, or CD title for the Library to purchase? Or do you have a tough homework question? Use our Owl Post to submit your questions, comments, and suggestions to the Teen Librarian -- and she (or Madame Pince) will get back to you soon!
You can also use Owl Post to sign up for our mailing lists. We send out newsletters by postal mail and email, with information on Library Teen programs, the D.A., booklists, announcements, and more. Just use Owl Post to send us your home address or email and we'll add you to our mailing list.
Contact Ms. B, Teen Librarian: Phone-412-372-0500, x18 | Email