Tue, Oct. 6
- Felton DIY Crafts
- Homework Help @ La Selva Beach
- Homework Help @ Scotts Valley
- Homework Help @ Downtown
- Lego Club @ Scotts Valley
- Aptos Youth Chess Club
Wed, Oct. 7
- Lego & Duplo Fun!
- Teens in Action @Scotts Valley
- Homework Help @ Boulder Creek
- Homework Help @ Garfield Park
- Lego Simple Machines I @ Aptos
Thu, Oct. 8
- Boulder Creek Family Crafts
- Minecraft.edu @ La Selva Beach
- Step Into Nature with Patrice Vecchione, Session 1
Sat, Oct. 10
Tue, Oct. 13
Teens @ SCPL
The Santa Cruz Public Libraries has a variety of resources available to help you. Use the links on the left to find resources on a wide variety of topics.
YA Titles Celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month
For National Hispanic Heritage Month The Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA) is highlighting young adult books either written by, or about, Hispanic and Latino fictional or real characters.
National Hispanic Heritage Month (September 15 to October 15) celebrates the heritage and culture of Hispanic and Latino Americans. For more information about National Hispanic Heritage Month go to the Library of Congress website: http://www.hispanicheritagemonth.gov/
Homework Help is available free to all students under 18 years of age from Sept 28 - May 25, 2016. No appointment is needed.
Reach for Every Amazing Detail
R.E.A.D. is the Santa Cruz Public Libraries’ new reading comprehension program for students grades 2-12. Students receive 30 minutes of individual instruction from a California credentialed teacher!
YALSA's Teen Book Finder for Android & iOS
YALSA's Teen Book Finder is a free app to help teens, parents, librarians and library staff, educators, and anyone who loves YA literature access to the past five years' of YALSA's awards and lists on their smartphone. For more info and to download the apps click the phone:
Teens' Top Ten NomineesVoting for the Teens' Top Ten has started! Place your vote for the Teen's Top Ten. Voting ends 10/24/15 so you still have time to read more of the candidates.
The Teens' Top Ten is a "teen choice" list, where teens nominate and choose their favorite books of the previous year. Nominators are members of teen book groups in sixteen school and public libraries around the country. Nominations are posted during National Library Week, and teens across the country are encouraged to read as many nominees as they can over the summer.
Readers ages twelve to eighteen will then vote online between August and Teen Read Week (10/18 - 10/24) to select their favorites. The 10 titles with the most votes become the year’s Teens’ Top Ten. To learn more and to access a free Teens’ Top Ten Toolkit, visit http://www.ala.org/yalsa/teenstopten.
By Andrea Cremer
By Andrew Smith
By Marie Lu