Teen Services @ HOME
Our goal at the DeWitt District Library is to give you access to all of the best resources while practicing social distancing measures to keep you and your family safe. #StayConnectedStayApart! This is your one stop shop for all things TEEN. If you have any questions, please reach out to the Teen Librarian, Jacqueline at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Perfect for teens (6th -12th grade)! Each month we will be offering a different themed bag of goodies for teens to check out and take home to enjoy. These bags include one or two books (depending on availability), a pin, and a craft all set around the theme for the month. You keep the items and return the book when you are finished reading. Sign up each month for a different themed read! Sign up begins on the 1st of the month and closes on the 7th or once all the spots are filled. Each bag will be available for pickup on the 14th of the month.
Summer Reading Program
Digital Scavenger Hunt
“The cameras were out that day, but I think I might remember some scrap paper with doodles all over it. Weird stuff–buildings and lighthouses and bridges.”
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Things for you to do:
Your Envirothon team made it out of Biosphere II just in time! Relieved, you head back to the University of Arizona for the competition. As you make your way through the gate Daniel whispers, “Guys I found this while we were looking for a way out,” and he shows you a dusty envelope labeled For Your Eyes Only. “You should have given that to them as we left,” Charlotte exclaimed. “Um, if it was in the Biosphere for almost 30 years and not found then I think we were supposed to find it!” Can you unlock the mystery inside the envelope and reveal the message left behind by the Biosphere II scientist?
Get creative in this shared space! Add your drawings to our group white board. Rules are: be considerate, be appropriate, and be creative!
Check out this tutorial for getting the black hole tie dye effect! DIY your next favorite piece of tie dye clothing using vinegar and food coloring!