DVD Release Party and Trivia Contest
Friday, March 28, 5:30-8:30pm,
Main Library, Costin Room. Grades 6-12.
Make your district proud! Show off your Hunger
Games expertise by participating in our trivia
contest and enjoy popcorn while watching
Catching Fire on our big screen!
4H Cottontails Program
Saturday, March 29, 10:00am–12:00pm
Main Library, Costin Room, All Ages.
Listen to teens in the 4-H Club of Norfolk County talk about their experiences raising chickens, rabbits, and other animals. There will be time to pet the animals (even the chickens!) and talk with the 4-H club members.
Middle School Geography Bee
Friday evening, April 11
Save the date! More information coming
soon. Any questions, please contact Judy Gatlin at
The Homework Center
We provide Free Tutoring and Homework Help
for all Framingham middle and high school students!
The Center is open Monday–Thursday from
3:00–5:00pm. Our tutors are matched with
individual students for ongoing academic support.
Come for help with homework assignments,
school reports and projects (individual and group.)
We have computers, a color printer and any supplies that
you need to achieve academic success (including snacks!)
If you have any questions or would like more information
please email Judy Gatlin: email@example.com
Teen Advisory Board Meetings
Need community service hours? Love the library?
Consider joining the Teen Advisory Board and help us
create exciting programs for teens. Questions? Please
contact Marcy Maiorana at 508-532-5570 x4335 or
firstname.lastname@example.org Snacks provided at all meetings.
Check out Novel Commentary,
our new YA Book Review Blog!
Developed by a high school intern over the summer,
it features reviews of books for teens. If you love
reading, feel free to comment on current reviews
or make a contribution of your own. Link to it at
Shonen Jump online manga magazine
is now available at the library!
Thanks to Adam Finke, Grade 8 student at the Christa McAuliffe
Charter School, for the following description of Shonen Jump:
“Shonen Jump was a weekly manga magazine, but now it’s
online only. It has new chapters from all the new manga like
One Piece, Yu-Gi-Oh, Bleach, and Naruto. It is very popular here
because it is the main source for new manga. Many people in many
age groups enjoy it. It is great for manga fans, especially for ones
who want more suspense. It’s awesome and definitely worth it.”
Ask Marcy Maiorana at the main library or Kim Jung at the
McAuliffe branch for in-library access to Shonen Jump online.
Video games are here!
We have recently added several games for the Wii and
xBox 360 to the Young Adult collection! Games may be
borrowed for free for one week. We would like to expand
our gaming collection, so please consider donating games
you don’t play any more to the library.
Visit our new Young
Adult Space on
FacebookFor tweens and teens in grades 6-12. Here you'll find information about YA events at the library, homework help for middle school students, book recommendations, and more.
Forgotten Our Stuff?
We have manga, anime, fiction, paperbacks, an online list of new books, databases, Internet access, wireless, audiobooks,
videos, and all kinds of nonfiction and reference materials. If you're looking for something fun to do or read, or if you just need to study, we're the place - we've got it all!
Looking for a Good Book?Check out our Teen Reading page with lists of great books
created by librarians and links to author websites.
Do you love Fantasy Books?Check out the wiki
More than Magic Mirrors. Add your own review to books! Each title page has a comments box you can use.