Young Adults

Over the past 10 years, we have tried to expand our young adult collection to reflect the newest trends in YA literature, as well as more traditional fare. Over the past 6 months, we have re-arranged existing shelving to provide more shelf space for our growing YA collection. In addition to the YA collection, many of our young adults are interested in our new Graphic Novel collection.

Young adult programming is also a big part of our annual Summer Reading program.  Each year, we plan special programming for young adults entering grades 6-12, centered around the summer reading theme and designed to interest and involve teens.


We also have special activities and theme nights. Most recently, we have begun hosting after-hours “lock-in’s” at the library.



November 2017

  • Renegades—Marissa Meyer
  • Expelled—James Patterson and Emily Raymond
  • Otherworld—Jason Segel and Kirsten Miller

October 2017

  • Sun Warrior—P.C. Cast
  • Monster—Michael Grant
  • Turtles All the Way Down—John Green
  • Light Years—Emily Ziff Griffin
  • Ringer—Lauren Oliver
  • There’s Someone Inside Your House—Stephanie Perkins
  • The Nowhere Girls—Amy Reed
  • The Ship of the Dead—Rick Riordan
  • I Am Not Your Perfect Mexican Daughter—Erika L. Sánchez
  • All the Crooked Saints—Maggie Stiefvater

September 2017

  • Landscape with Invisible Hand—M.T. Anderson
  • If There’s No Tomorrow—Jennifer L. Armentrout
  • Madness—Zac Brewer
  • Jane, Unlimited—Kristin Cashore
  • The Go-Between—Veronica Chambers
  • The Final Spark (Michael Vey, book 7)—Richard Paul Evans
  • Genuine Fraud—E. Lockhart
  • Warcross—Marie Lu
  • Tower of Dawn—Sarah J. Maas
  • Moxie—Jennifer Mathieu
  • The End of Oz—Danielle Paige
  • Nyxia—Scott Reintgen
  • They Both Die at the End—Adam Silvera