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Nobel Prize Internet Archive 
Lists and information on Nobel prize winners in all categories.

Internet Public Library for Teens 
Useful links for homework, research and more.

Science Fairs Homepage
Designed to aid students in the most difficult aspect of their science fair experience; getting an idea.

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Free online study guides on a variety of topics.

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Board Game Night!

Join the Asheboro library TeenZone for "Board Game Night!" Thursday, April 23rd at 5 p.m., put your homework and smartphone aside and join your friends to play some boardgames. We will have several different games to choose from, so you can be sure to have as much fun as you'd like. 

Start a tournament, create teams, or just hang out and watch. 

 The event, sponsored by the Friends of the library, is free, and all teens are invited.

 The library is located at 201 Worth Street. For further information, call 318-6819.

 

 

TeenZone Mission

Asheboro Library TeenZone Mission Statement:

   The Asheboro Library TeenZone provides a safe and welcoming environment for teens to develop a lifelong interest in and appreciation for reading and learning. The library and the TeenZone provide a variety of programs and services for teens to promote literacy, foster a love of reading and create the opportunity for lifelong learning. The Asheboro Library TeenZone supports educational, civic, cultural, and recreational activities, to aid the individual’s pursuit of self-education and research, pleasure, and the creative use of leisure time, while employing the most efficient library resources available.
   The TeenZone also provides a relevant collection of print and non-print materials that meet the developmental needs of the young people of Asheboro, and surrounding communities.

 

What's New for Check Out


INSPIRATIONAL YOUNG ADULT TITLES

 

The Penderwick’s in Spring
Jeanne Birdsall

Keesha’s House
Helen Frost

Journey to the River Sea
Eva Ibbotson

Stand By Me
Neta Jackson

Wish Girl
Nikki Loftin

Taking Off
Jenny Moss

All the Bright Places
Jennifer Niven

Girl in Reverse
Barbara Stuber

This  Side of Home
Renee’ Watson

Blind Faith
Ellen Wittlinger

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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