Teen & In BeTween Services
The Teen & In BeTween Services Department serves kids and teens from grade 5-12. Our new In BeTween section collection makes it easy for kids in grades 5-7 to browse books on their reading and interest levels. Teens can check out our teen fiction & non-fiction, graphic novels, as well as test and college preparatory materials on the lower level of the building.
We also offer many programs for grades 5-12. Please remember to register as these programs do fill up! Download a copy of our current program calendar.
Are you looking for community service opportunities? Teens in grades 7-12 in the Cold Spring Harbor district are welcome to volunteer at the library to satisfy community service requirements. We require that you attend one of our orientation meetings, held every Thursday at 6:30pm, prior to signing up for volunteer hours.
Explore our print and non-print materials including fiction and non-fiction literature, graphic novels, audio books and Playaways, college guidebooks, online resources, test preparation materials, and much more.
Do you have a question, a program idea, or a material suggestion? Please contact Caitlin Sempowich, Manager of Teen & In BeTween services at email@example.com.
- Book Reviews for Community Service
- College Resources
- Teen & In BeTween Programs
- Teen Booklists!
- Testing & College Preparation at the Library
- Volunteer Opportunities
We are happy to announce that we are now accepting book reviews from teens for community service. Download a form here and earn 2 hours per review. We can’t wait to see what CSH teens are reading!read more...
Join us for our book discussion on Wednesday, September 23rd at 2pm! Paper Towns by John Green Quentin Jacobsen has spent a lifetime loving the magnificently adventurous Margo Roth Spiegelman from afar. So when she cracks open a window and climbs back in the middle of the night – dressed like a ninja and summoning […]read more...
Vlahos, Len. The Scar Boys. 2014. Harry Jones was horribly disfigured in a childhood accident and despite years of therapy, he has never been able to move beyond his scarred appearance until he plays with The Scar Boys, a punk rock band. 2015 William C. Morris Award finalist Waid, Mark, and Paul Azaceta. Potter’s Field. […]read more...
Only a few days left to report on your summer reading! Need something to read? Check out our latest acquisitions to the teen collection.read more...
Taylor, Kim. Bowery Girl. 2006. Two orphaned teenage girls in New York’s tenements in 1883 realize that their dream of saving enough money to move to Brooklyn across the newly built bridge may be achieved if they learn new trades at a nearby settlement house, rather than continuing their lives of prostitution and stealing. Thoms, […]read more...
Sabar, Ariel. Heart of the City: Nine Stories of Love and Serendipity on the Streets of New York. 2011. Nine real-life stories about couples who met in some of New York City’s iconic locations. Postscripts at the end of the book relate how the relationships turned out. Santiago, Esmeralda. When I Was Puerto Rican. 2006. […]read more...