Have you started your own business, run a successful fundraiser, volunteered or interned? Be part of the Young Entrepreneurs Story (YES) Project and share your ideas, successes and challenges to help inspire other aspiring young leaders.
Contest Over - Winners Announced
Attention Aspiring Teen Filmmakers!What: Create an original film between 30-90 seconds using the theme: “Unmasked”
Congratulations to our 2014 Writing Contest winners!
Interested in reading the stories? Visit arapahoelibraries.org/writing-contest-winners to see the winners and read their stories.
Thank you to all of our participants!
The Teen Advisory Board is the voice of teens. Share your ideas for programs, help make book trailers, provide content for the website, work on community projects and meet other teens while earning volunteer hours and having FUN.
Arapahoe Library District TAB Application
Some are on order, some are newly arrived, and some are just really hot - these books are flying off our shelves!
Want some suggestions of books to read?
It's easy! Tell us what you like on this form and we'll send you back some recommendations.
Use your library card to access any of our databases. We've got online info for your research paper or project or for finding the next great book to read. Let us know if you need help!
The Smoky Hill Library has a 3D printer on display. And if you're a Minecraft fan, it's been printing some very familiar green guys...
Banned Books week is the last week of September each year.
Below are Young Adult books that have made it into the top 10 most challenged in 2012. In honor of our First Amendment, if you've read any of these, comment below with why you think people think it should be banned and whether you agree or disagree.
For more information about banned books, visit the American Library Association or the Banned Books FaceBook page.
In the mood for a great romance? Check out this list--we're sure to have one that meets your style.