Do you plan on reading this summer? Are you a teenager? Join the North Central Regional Library program designed specifically to support you.

It's free and easy to join. You'll have access to exclusive, online challenges and (after logging at least 10 hours) be eligible for great raffle prizes. Prizes have been donated by Starbucks, Liberty Orchards, Blue Star Coffee, Pybus Market, and other amazing program sponsors.

Click here to log-in or register for the 2016 Summer Reading Program for Teens

Many libraries will be holding fun and FREE events, crafts, and activities just for teens this summer! For a complete schedule of events for teens, click the link below.

2016 Event Schedule for Teens

You do not need to register for the summer reading program to attend library events, crafts, or activities.

Ace your homework with help from this amazing resource!

  • Live tutors are available from 1pm - 10pm every day to answer questions and explain concepts in reading, writing, and math at every level.
  • You can submit your paper to the writing lab and get suggestions back on how to improve it within 24 hours! 
  • Resources are also available to help you apply for and get into college, including test prep for the GED, SAT, ACT, TOEFL, and AP exams! 

Other Helpful Websites

Book Divas

  • Book Divas is the online book club for the young and young at heart. Started in 2002 as a community for girls to freely express themselves and share in their love of books, Book Divas has welcomed members from all over the world. Book Divas features Book Reviews, Author Interviews, Tips from the Industry, Book Videos & Trailers, and—of course—Contests.

Guys Read

  • Book reviews and booklists especially for guys.

No Flying No Tights

  • Search this website for graphic novel reviews.

Reading Rants! Out of the Ordinary Teen Booklists

  • Booklists for teens out there who need a good read, but are wondering if there's life after Judy Blume and Brian Jacques.


  • Teenreads.com brings teens info and features about their favorite authors, books, series and characters. It has information on new releases, literary games and contests, and more with readers every week. Teenreads.com is THE place online for teens to talk about their fave books—and find the hippest new titles!


  • Readergirlz is the cutting-edge literacy and social media project for teens, awarded the National Book Award for Innovations in Reading. It is a nonprofit volunteer organization. The readergirlz mission is to promote teen literacy and corresponding social service.

Teen Ink

  • Teen Ink's role is to listen to its contributors and provide a forum in which teens can express themselves through poetry, essays, stories, reviews, art and photography.

Flaming Net

  • Young Adult Books reviewed by Young Adult Reviewers. Your source for book reviews and recommendations on past present, and future preteen, teen and young adult books.
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