Amanda

Meet Amanda our new Teen Services Specialist! 

She has a strong background in history and the YA fantasy genre. She is an Army National Guard Veteran. She also is a mom of a teen.  Other things you will find her doing is cooking, enjoying nature, designing spaces on the Redecor app, playing card or board games, and pinning more than you she can do in a lifetime on Pinterest. You can meet her in the Reference Room on the 2nd floor in the library. Amanda has coloring and origami set out for tweens and teens to enjoy. She can help with homework or help you find your next book to read. Stop in today to say hi!

Reading Suggestions and Resources

Looking for a reading suggestion or a book on a particular topic?

Below are some lists created around specific themes from various programs in 2021 or 2022. Simply click the picture to bring up a PDF file to print or view the list. If you are looking for something that is not listed, email teens@warrenlibrary.org with what you are looking for. A teen services staff member will get back to you within 48 hours.

Nonfiction for Teens Navigator

Teen Shelf Help Guide PDF

craft book suggestions for teens

Winter Craft Book Ideas for Teens PDF

30 Gratitude Writing Prompts

30 Gratitude Journal Prompts PDF

gratitude journal resources

Gratitude Journal Resources PDF

Looking for online teen programming content?  Head to the Teen Programming page or click here!

The Warren Public Library is dedicated to serving the Warren teenage population by providing access to a safe, enriching environment for learning, discovery, and fun. Teens at WPL have access to their own safe, fun, dedicated space – and a planned expanded teen space with even more is in the works!  Come sample our ever-growing, diverse YA collection of books, nonfiction, graphic novels, and Manga.  We work hard to provide programming that bridges the age gap between our established Children and Adult level events and to give our teens a voice.