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October is Teen Read Month at Phoenix Public Library

Phoenix Public Library will celebrate Teen Read Month in October, encouraging teens to read just “for the fun of it.” This year’s theme is “Books With Bite.”

To celebrate, Phoenix Public Library locations will host special activities for teens, ages 12 -18, including workshops on monster makeup, T-shirt silk-screening, drip painting, computer technology and astrology. Visit phoenixpubliclibrary.org for dates and locations.

By reading, attending a program or submitting artwork or poetry to Create!Zine, a teen-produced publication, teens can reduce their library overdue fines by $5 and enter a drawing to win a $50 Best Buy gift certificate. Prize drawings will be held at each library at the end of the month.

Phoenix Public Library joins thousands of other libraries across the country encouraging teens to spend time reading for pleasure.

Teen Read Month is sponsored by the Friends of the Phoenix Public Library.

Phoenix Public Library is a system of 14 branch libraries and the Burton Barr Central Library. For more information, call 602-262-4636 or visit phoenixpubliclibrary.org.


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In November, my library is hosting a Twilight/New Moon party (since the New Moon movie comes out in theaters in Nov.) I’m the party coordinator. I posted my party planner on my blog, Passing Love Notes. You can probably access it by clicking on my name, but if not, try to google my blog title, Passing Love Notes. (It’s rude to post your url, or I’d just do that, but I don’t want to be uncouth!)

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