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Check out eBooks, audiobooks and comics for teens

Did you know that the LFPL offers a large variety of downloadable Teen eBooks, eComics and graphic novels, and audiobooks, all available to download on your smartphone or tablet? Browse Young Adult fiction and nonfiction titles, as well as graphic novels and comics at the link, and use the Libby app to start reading and listening today.




ACT prep

ACT Prep

Getting ready to take the ACT? Click here to find out how the library can help!




Black Struggle in the US graphic

Black Struggle in the US

Access over 1600 primary source documents focused on Black Freedom. The range of documents span several time periods in American History including Slavery and the Abolitionist Movement (1790-1860), the Civil War and the Reconstruction Era (1861-1877), Jim Crow Era from 1878 to the Great Depression (1878-1932), The New Deal and World War II (1933-1945), the Civil Rights and Black Power Movements (1946-1975) and the Contemporary Era (1976-2000).





Read It Down Program

"Read It Down" Program

Are overdue fines keeping you from visiting the Library? The Library's Read It Down program allows children and teens to reduce library fines just by reading. And this summer you can Read It Down from your home! Participants read or listen to books of their choosing. The more you read, the less you owe.

  • Preschool – 5th grade: every 15 minutes equals $2.00 off your overdue fines.
  • 6th – 12th grade: every 30 minutes equals $2.00 off your overdue fines.

Log the time you spend reading and then call 574-1611 and report the amount of time spent reading. It's that simple!

Have questions about the Read it Down program? Call (502) 574-1611.



Book Bundles

Book Bundles


Parents can request Book Bundles, which are a collection of 10 books that you can check out for your family. Each bundle will be checked out to your library card for 21 days. Book Bundles will include a variety of age appropriate books for your teen.


 

Last Updated: 09/09/20