There’s never a bad time to pick up a new book … and gather inspiration from one in order to tell your own story.
Teen Read Week is a national literacy initiative created by the Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA). It began in 1998 and is held annually in October.
The purpose? To encourage teens to make libraries and reading integral parts of their lives.
Here at Great River Regional Library, we’re observing Teen Read Week at all of our locations from Tuesday, Oct. 10-Saturday, Oct. 14. This year’s theme is Unleash Your Story, so teens region-wide are encouraged to drop in, take part in creative activities and add their thoughts to our display boards.
Teen Read Week: Discover new reads, share your story and join the larger conversation on Twitter with #TRW17.