Visit the Young Adult Department and enjoy all we have to offer.
Books, magazines, and computers are just some of the materials available. Besides special events, the library has many on-going activities and programs for Teens.
Books, magazines, and computers are just some of the materials and services available. Besides special events, the library has many on-going activities and programs for teens. Check our Calendar for more information!
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College data is a free college planning website with tools and expert advice to help you choose, prepare, apply and pay for college.
Student Aid on the Web
Federal Student Aid, an office of the U.S. Department of Education, plays a central and essential role in America’s postsecondary education community. The Federal Student Aid team is passionately committed to making education beyond high school more attainable for all Americans, regardless of socioeconomic status.
Independent Colleges of Indiana
Lists Indiana’s independent colleges with links to their websites.
Free Application for Federal Student Aid
Trip to College
An Indiana specific step-by-step resource on planning and paying for college.
Know How 2 Go Indiana
Helping Hoosier students of all ages prepare for college completion and career success. Whether you’re an elementary school student preparing to head back to school in the fall, a college student with questions about internships or summer classes or an adult looking to switch careers, KnowHow2GO is your source for information.
Young Adult Library Services Association
Every year YALSA releases booklists such as
A web-based literacy program for boys founded by author Jon Scieszka.
Search book reviews, find out what’s coming out soon, or read an interview from your favorite author!
All Together Now Reading Lists
A librarian collaborative project creating lists of Read Alike books.
The Literature Map
A visual map of authors that are similar to an author you like. The closer an author is to your author the more similar they are.
Series and Sequels
Search your author and find out what books come next in the series.
Teen Ink, a national teen magazine, book series, and website devoted entirely to teenage writing, art, photos and forums. Students must be age 13-19 to participate, register and/or submit work.
Learn how to draw cartoons, manga, animals, and more!
Guinness World Records
Explore records see who did the fastest mile while riding piggy back, or find out how to set a record yourself.
ALA’s Great Websites for Kids
Are those urban legends fake or fact? Find out here!
Find out which film has the most mistakes and bloopers!
The Business of Babysitting
The purpose of this guide is to prepare potential babysitters with the knowledge & skills necessary to care for children.