We have a cozy corner of the Library dedicated to Teens. A round table provides room to spread out a project, and sofas make it easy to participate in a study group. What do we have in this Teen Zone?

  • Fiction and Non-Fiction
  • Fantasy Series Novels
  • Audiobooks
  • A selection of classic novels on high school reading lists.

Teen Anime Club

Teen Anime meets one Saturday a month from 6 – 8p.m. On the agenda is usually an anime film, but every now and then Miss Jan will plan an anime-related activity. Anime-enthusiasts are asked to bring a light snack to share (like chips, pretzels, etc.) and the Library will provide the beverages. Please make sure to call the library to let us know you are coming! 717-653-1510

Graphic Novels!

We take pride in our selection of Graphic Novels, and the collection is growing all the time! Of course we have the popular Marvel and DC super heroes, but we also have manga, non-fiction, and classic title GNs as well.

Teen Café Friday After School Returns in September

This after school semi-structured program just started in January, so we would love to have local teens help us evolve it into something Teens want. We would like youth to know that the Library is a safe space in which to spend time, hang out with friends, study, play a game, check out books and movies, maybe even watch a movie. We would like it to be a destination, a place for teens to go to de-stress at the end of the week, to meet to study, and not just Fridays but every day we are open. But we won’t have snacks every day. 🙂

Getting a Driver’s License?

Driving-Tests.org’s free driver’s ed program is designed to prepare aspiring as well as more experienced drivers (teenagers, newcomers to Pennsylvania, or senior citizens) to pass their PennDOT written exam. It includes unlimited access to the official state driver’s manuals, practice tests for car, motorcycle and commercial driver’s license (CDL), an exam simulator, and a PennDOT-related FAQ. The program doesn’t collect any personal information from its users.

Click here to get started at Driving-test.org.

Or click here to practice for your written permit test.

Looking for something to read?


If you are having trouble deciding what to read next, visit www.teenreads.com to browse the ultimate reading list for teens! The site also has author interviews, book reviews, book club links, videos, and more.
If you’re a guy looking for a manly read, check out Guysread.com for great info about books for guys. While it would be nice to say that this site is just for the guys, girls might enjoy some of the stuff as well.