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For Teens

Spaces, books, programs and other library resources designed for young adults

Teen Space

The Racine Public Library serves teens in both the Youth Services Department and the Adult Services Department. The Teen Books are located in Youth Services, and Young Adult books are in the Adult Services.

Downloads and Streaming

Wisconsin’s Digital Library has a great selection of e-books, audiobooks, movies, TV shows and e-magazines. You can also download the books and magazines in this collection to your phone, tablet or e-reader using the Libby app.

Looking for more? You can also check out our young adult collections in hoopla and Comics Plus or e-magazines through BadgerLink.

NEW YOUNG ADULT TITLES

Take a look at the newest books added to our Teen/YA book collection.

 

MANGA

Want to browse all the manga series currently in the SHARE consortium?

Find a listing of various series in the catalog. Place a hold today to have the items sent to your preferred library.

A close-up of a teenager reading a manga volume from the library.

FIND RESOURCES

  • Homework– Get online help with homework assignments, practice for your ACT/SAT, and more!
  • Research topics using BadgerLink Resources.
  • Learn skills for the 21st century workplace with LinkedIn Learning.
  • Middle School BadgerLink Resources (Brought to you by BadgerLink. Your library card is needed) Get access to online encyclopedias,  Learning Express Library School center, and more!

    High School BadgerLink Resources (Brought to you by BadgerLink. Your library card is needed) Get access to online encyclopedias,  Learning Express Library School center, and more!

    Brainfuse (Provided by SHARE libraries. Your library card is needed) Get one-on-one homework help daily through this resource, practice for your ACT/SAT, and more!

    LinkedIn Learning (Provided by SHARE libraries. Your library card is needed) Learn skills for the 21st-century workplace.

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Youth Volunteer Opportunities at the Library

 

Looking for a way to fill some community service hours, start preparing for your career or just help out?

 

One-Day Youth Role: 125th Anniversary Block Party, July 16

 

We’re looking for volunteers to help run our 125th Anniversary Block Party! If you’d like to help, get in touch with Volunteer Coordinator Genie Webb at [email protected] or Business Manager Evelin Garcia at (262) 636-9251 or [email protected].

 

To learn more about our anniversary and how to help throughout the year, visit RacineLibrary.info/125-Years.

Ongoing Youth Role: Young Adult Library Leaders (Y.A.L.L.)

 

Want to make a difference in your library and your community? Maybe you have some great ideas that the library needs to know about. Or maybe you want to help out using your skills as a production assistant, program coordinator, influencer or something else. Y.A.L.L. is a great way to gain some leadership experience while spending more time at your local library. Learn more or apply at RacineLibrary.info/YALL.

 

To explore other volunteer roles, visit RacineLibrary.info/volunteer.

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