Teen

Upcoming Programs

 

There’s SNOW Better Time to READ – All Ages Winter Reading

Monday, January 17 through Saturday, February 26

Join the Roseville Library Winter Reading Challenge! This program is open to all ages. Read five books or five hours between Monday, January 17 and Saturday, February 26th to win a small prize and be entered into the drawing for a grand prize. You can keep track of your books or hours with the online reading log or stop by the library for a paper reading log. Everyone who signs up for the challenge will receive a packet of hot chocolate and bookmark craft project. All participants (or their guardian) must have a valid Roseville Library card in their name. 

If you need reading recommendations – new books, new series, new genres – ask one of the knowledgeable children’s, teen or adult librarians for assistance. They are always happy to make recommendations. A cozy mystery to keep you warm on a cold day, a book of suspense to get your blood pumping, a graphic novel for both words and images? There’s SNOW Better time to READ at the Roseville Public Library. 

 

Teen Take and Make: DIY Chocolate

Wednesday, February 9

Whether you like eating chocolate or just want to give some as a gift, you can learn how to make your own chocolate in this teen take and make event. This event is for teens in grades 7 to 12. Registration is required and participants must have a valid Roseville library card in good standing in their name to register for this program. The Take and Make craft kit will be available at the Youth Services desk for those who registered starting on the date of the event.

BookMatch

A new service for Roseville Library cardholders. Let our librarians help you find your next great read!

Submit a Book Match form found here. When you fill out the form, our librarians will compile a list of book titles based on the information you provide. More detailed responses will result in better recommendations. You will receive a personalized list within a week.