Teen Services

 

The Teen Services Department of Montgomery County-Norristown Public Library offers a large collection of materials for check out and in building use.

Manga books
Marvel Comic books
DC Comic books
Music CDs
Xbox 360
Graphic Novels
Young Adult Fiction and Non-fiction
Audio books
Wii

Teen Services News

ACPPA: If Picasso Drew a Superhero at The Main Library

What would the Avengers look like if Picasso drew them? read more...


ACPPA: Everyday Acts of Heroism at The Main Library

Show us your favorite characters doing chores and helping others at "Everyday Act of Heroism"! read more...


Marvel Movie Marathon at The Main Library

Weekly Marvel Movies in chronological order from "Captain America" to "The Avengers" read more...


Teen Summer Reading at the Main Library

This summer, you can keep your mind engaged and win prizes by reading and listening to books. read more...


Pre-Apprenticeship Program with the Montgomery County OIC

Do you want to learn marketable skills and gain career opportunities without accruing the dreaded student debt? No problem! Those between the ages of 17 and 21 can enroll in a local pre-apprenticeship program with only a GED or high school diploma. read more...


For Teens Who Love to Write and Want to Publish

Learn about digital self-publishing and revisit sites and magazines that publish teen work (including stories, poems, artwork, and photography). read more...


Play to Win!

You can win a speaker, book basket, or set of AV coupons by going on facebook! Like the TeenZone facebook page to get a raffle ticket. We'll do a drawing to find three lucky winners. read more...



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  One Response to “Teen Services”

  1. Hello,

    I’m the author of the award-winning novels Over The End Line, Pinned, and Perfected By Girls. All are available through Amazon, Audible, OverDrive, Ingram, Baker & Taylor, Downpour, HoopLa, and other retail outlets. I hope you’ll consider my novels (and audiobooks) for your students and library visitors!

    Sincerely,

    Alfred C. Martino
    http://www.AlfredMartino.com

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