Monthly Archives: April 2009

March Teen Book List

 New books to check out at the library!

Teen Fiction

The Adoration Jenna Fox – Mary E. Pearson

Alfred Kropp: The Seal of Solomon – Rick Yancey

Alfred Kropp: The Thirteen Skull – Rick Yancey

Anatomy of a Boyfriend – Daria Snadowsky

A Bad Boy Can Be Good For A Girl – Tanya Lee Stone

The Circle of Blood – Alane Ferguson

The Dead & The Gone – Susan Beth Pfeffer

Deadly Little Secret – Laurie Faria Stolarz

Death By Bikini – Linda Gerber

Evermore – Alyson Noel

Evernight – Claudia Gray

Exodus – Julie Bertagna

Fake Boyfriend – Kate Brian


Forever – Judy Blume

Gone – Micahel Grant

Harmless – Dana Reinhardt

The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy – Douglas Adams

Hunted – P.C. Cast

I Heart You, You Haunt Me – Lisa Schroeder

Identical – Ellen Hopkins

If We Kiss – Rachel Vail

Jessica’s Guide to Dating on the Dark Side – Beth Fantaskey

Louder, Lili – Gennifer Choldenko

Need – Carrie Jones

Night Rise – Anthony Horowitz

Perfect – Sara Shepard

Perfect Chemistry – Simone Elkeles

Played – Dana Davidson

Princess Princess – Mikiyo Tsuda

Project 17 – Laurie Faria Stolarz

Raven – Allison Van Diepen

The Road of the Dead – Kevin Brooks

The Secret Circle: The Captive and the Power Part II – L.J.Smith

The Secret Circle: The Initiation and the Captive Part I – L.J.Smith

Stargazer – Claudia Gray

Sticky Fingers – Niki Burnham

Unbelievable – Sara Shepard

You, Maybe – Rachel Vail

The Vampire Diaries: The Fury and the Dark Reunion – L.J. Smith

The Vampire Diaries: The Return: Nightfall – L.J. Smith

Watchmen – Alan Moore


Teen Non-Fiction

The Complete Book of Drawing Skills – Barrington Barber

Room Full of Mirrors: A biography of Jimi Hendrix – Charles Cross




Express Yourself! Seeking Teens that love Books and Drawing!

Granby Library’s Teen Art Logo Contest: All teens in Grades 6-12 are invited to submit an entry to the Teen Art Logo Contest. Create original simple, black and white logo (traditional or electronic) illustrating the theme “Teens @ the library” for the Granby Library’s Teen Advisory Board (TAB).

A logo is a graphic element (a symbol or emblem) that makes for a unique form of trademark or brand.

The logo must fit the dimensions 4” wide by 6″ high. No clip art or copyrighted images may be used.

A gift certificate for Barnes and Noble will be awarded to the first prize winner, and other prizes will be awarded to runner-ups. The logo will be used to promote teen library activities at the Granby Library.

Submit your entry at the Granby Public Library starting May 1 and no later than 7 p.m. on Tuesday, May 12.

Granby Library hours T, W, F 10:30- 7 and Sat. 10:30-1pm. Tel. 413-467-3320