Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Teen Program Registration TODAY

Register online, in-person, or via a phone for one of the following teen programs today! Make sure to have your Comsewogue Library Card available.

Where is Away?
Students, grades 6-12
Wednesday, April 30th
6:30-7:15pm




Holy Guacamole
Students, grades 6-12
Thursday, May 8
6:30-8pm




Teen Movie Night
FROZEN (PG)
Students, grades 6-12
Wednesday, May 14
6:30-8:20pm




Pre-Licensing Course
Students and Adults with a NYS Learner Permit
Saturday, May 17
10am-2:30pm

Monday, April 21, 2014

WIN FREE BOOKS!!!

Click on the 'SPRING FLING' image to enter this Teenreads giveaway for a tote bag full of books. Hurry! This contest ends on Thursday, May 1st.

Thursday, April 17, 2014

You're reading now...

Spell Bound: A Hex Hall Novel by Rachel Hawkins

Sophie Mercer is ready for the big showdown in this grand finale of the Hex Hall series. She is ready to beat some serious Casnoff bowls and serve up some mystery on the side. Demons? Pshaw! Piece of cake. Evil demon-raising sisters? Easy peasy! Is there anything that Sophie can't do?! What about finding her dream guy? Now this just might be a challenge.

This book is recommended to fans of hair-raising suspense and enticing mysteries!

YOU Review Volunteer:  Brianne L.

Tuesday, April 15, 2014

Win a $5000 Scholarship!!!

High School Seniors: CLICK HERE to enter the Out of the Easy writing scholarship contest for a chance to win $5000 towards the college of your choice. Submit your entry by May 31, 2014.

Out of the Easy references the following quote from Charles Dickens' David Copperfield. How does this quote relate to the journey of the characters in Out of the Easy and also to your personal journey as you prepare for college?

"Whether I shall turn out to be the hero of my own life, or whether that station will be held by anybody else, these pages must show." -Charles Dickens

Sunday, April 13, 2014

And the Winner Is...

Congratulations to the winners of our
National Library Week Bookmark Contest!

Winning designs have been reproduced and will be made available in the library throughout the month of April. All bookmark design entries are currently on display at the library for your viewing pleasure!

Melissa Lin - Grade 7
Grades 6-8 Winner

Kelsey Hatter - Grade 12
Grades 9-12 Winner


To view the winning designs in the categories for Grades 5 and below, visit the Children's Corner.

Thursday, April 10, 2014

Teen Essay Contest

TELL YOUR STORY! Gilda's Club NYC is now taking submissions for the 5th Annual "It's Always Something" teen essay contest.

High school students, grades 9-12: you are invited to write an essay about how cancer has touched your life.

Winners will receive a cash prize and tickets to a concert! CLICK HERE to enter and for more details.

Deadline is May 16, 2014

Tuesday, April 8, 2014

We're reading now...

Midwinter Blood by Marcus Sedgwick

Through the telling of seven different stories and a cast of characters that range from archaeologist to vampire, Midwinter Blood shares the story of a remote island where a curious flower, resembling a dragon, grows. What mysteries lie beneath the surface of this idyllic countryside? Will secrets be revealed in time to break the cycle of the midwinterblood?

With themes of passion, preservation and ultimately an exploration of the bounds of love, pick this title up for a unique reading experience.