Teen Movie Night: "The Mummy"
Wed. June 5
An American working on an archeological dig in an ancient city accidentally awakens a centuries-old mummy. Rated PG-13.
Teen Advisory Board
Thurs. June 6
Hang out with friends and tell us what you want your library to be like. TAB gives teens the chance to help with planning programs and choosing library materials while earning
community service hours.
Teen Book Discussion Club: Gregor the Overlander
Wed. June 19
One summer day, 11-year-old Gregor and his 2-year-old sister fall through a vent in their New York City home into an amazing underground world. Among the giants humans who live there are scary bats, cockroaches, spiders, and rats. Gregor just wants to get home, but a prophecy hints that he may be the "overlander" destined to save the humans from the vicious rodents. He is reluctant until he learns that his father, who disappeared years before, is a prisoner of the rats. The first in an exciting, adventure-filled series from the author of The Hunger Games. Get your free copy at the Circulation Desk.
Summer Reading Kickoff Party
Wed. June 26
Start the summer off with a pizza party, games, a chance to rock out to Taylor Swift, Justin Bieber, One Direction, and more!
Registration required for all programs. You can register in person, by phone at 973-835-5044, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or online by clicking here.
Teen Summer Reading Program
Mon. June 24 to Fri. Aug. 9
This summer's theme is Beneath the Surface! Every time you read a book, write a few sentences describing what you thought of it and drop off your review at the library. Each time you turn in a review, you will get a free book to keep plus a coupon for ice cream at Applebee's or Ice Cream Station! You will also be automatically entered in a raffle to win a bag full of books! The raffle will be drawn at the Summer Reading Finale on Thurs. Aug. 15. Make sure to hand in a review for every book you read because the teen who reads the most books this summer will win a goody bag full of cool prizes! Best of all, participants get extra credit in school! Registration for the Summer Reading Program begins June 24 in the library.