The Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Youth Librarian

About the Blog

The Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Youth Librarian is a blog for teens. Youth Services Librarian, Ann Hardginski, will share info about great books for teens, cool websites, homework help, and other info related to teen services at the library.

2017 Most Anticipated YA Books

Wondering what to read next or what to look forward to? Check out this list from Pop Crush and get your reading list ready for summer and beyond.

March 27 Middle School Stencil Art Workshop

woman in red stencil outline

Our artist-in-residence, Stephanine LH Harvey, presents this special art workshop for middle schoolers. Roll up your sleeves and have fun while learning more about one of the most mysterious art forms around during this Little Chute Spring Break special event. Learning history of street art is just the start of getting immersed in the world of easily accessible art.  Learn how to create and use stencils. There really are endless possibilities for sharing and showing your art with the world. Open to students in sixth, seventh, and eight grade. Registration is required. Sign-up begins March 1. Call 788-7825.

March Book Madness

March Madness doesn't have to be just about basketball. How would you like some March BOOK Madness? Awesome teen reads are pitted against each other to see which book comes out on top. Check out the site to see the contenders and get your read on!

Twitter-Style Teen Reads App

Want to read suspenseful stories by text messages? Try the new Hooked app designed for ages 13-24. You will receive a series of text messages that will get you hooked enough to keep reading. The app is free, but there are paid versions to avoid the time delays between texts. Find out more in this article.