Teen Zone

Lincoln Library maintains a fiction collection for teen readers on the first floor. The young adult area includes fiction and graphic novels for teen readers. Young Adult nonfiction is intershelved with the adult collection on the second floor, but is marked with a Young Adult sticker on the book's spine.

Teen Programs | Teen eDownloads | Teen Links | Homework Help | Electronic Resources

 

Teen Programs


Monthly Programs

To see a complete listing of upcoming teen/tween programing offered this month please visit the library calendar or view some of the teen/tween programs offered this month listed below.

  • OTAKU CLUB: Anime, Manga & Cosplay Club - A club for tweens and teens that is all about anime, manga and cosplay will meet on the first Wednesday of every month from 5:00 p.m. until 6:00 p.m. in the Bicentennial Conference Room. For the next meeting date please visit the library calendar. Note: Any Tween ages 10-12 must have a permission slip signed by a parent or legal guardian to be able to attend club meetings.
  • War of the Anime Worlds LARP - Come dressed as your favorite anime character (costumes encouraged but not required) and join the anime war planned by the Otaku club! Teens and tweens can join the Youth Services department on May 18th from 4-6 p.m. in the Carnegie North & South rooms for Larping fun. Note: Any Tween ages 10-12 must have a permission slip signed by a parent or legal guardian to be able to attend club meetings.

 

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Teen eDownloads


Teens can utilize any of the eDownloads, including Hoopla (streaming movies, TV series, music, eBooks, eAudiobooks and comics) and Zinio for Libraries (digital magazines that include titles such as, Teen Vogue, Seventeen, Thrasher Skateboard Magazine, and Transworld Skateboarding), and many others found the on the eDownloads page. Below are two of the eBook and eAudiobook vendors that have websites set up specifically for teen readers.

click here to go to eRead Illinois
Use eRead Illinois by Axis 360 to download Juvenile Fiction and Juvenile NonFiction to your mobile device or computer. Click on Audience in the left menu to narrow down titles to a specific age range.

Click here for instructions on how to use eReadIllinois (Axis360) with a mobile device, computer, e-ink device or MP3 player.

Get help with eRead Illinois (Axis360).
Learn how to use the Axis360 app with these videos.

click to visit teen room at Library on the Go

Download eBooks, eAudiobooks, Music, and Video downloads from Library On The Go (OverDrive) to your mobile device or computer. Use the Teens eReading Room to have filtered pages that provide an easy browsing experience.

Click here for instructions on how to use Library on the Go(OverDrive) with a mobile device, computer, e-ink device or MP3 player.

Get help with Library on the Go (OverDrive).
 Learn how to use Overdrive with these videos.

 

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Teen Links


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Homework Help


click here to go to brainfuse for homework help

Get online homework help daily from 2-11 p.m.

Note: Limited to Lincoln Library customers only.
Home use requires Lincoln Library card number.

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