Teen Services

The Teen Library Council (TLC)

The Teen Library Council exists to help make the library a better place for teens.  Members of the group brainstorm new ideas for activities and services for teens and give their opinion on other teen projects at the library.  All TLC members must be respectful of varying opinions and life experiences of other teens.

Meetings are held monthly at the Marguerite deAngeli Branch on the second Thursday of the month.

Fill out a TLC application to join the fun and hang out with friends! 

For questions or more information, please contact us.

Teen Digital Library

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Nonfiction content geared for K-12 students. Includes encyclopedia articles,  images, multimedia elements, eBooks, novels and essays.

Provided by the Michigan Electronic Library (MeL.org). 

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Teen Blog

A View Beyond the Chaos

By Lorry Traver

As I browsed the young adult section in the Metamora Branch Library, I felt as though particular titles were jumping off the shelf, pleading with me to take a closer look. I had no prior knowledge of each book’s storyline, and had not been pulled in by the beautiful artwork on the covers. Without even realizing it, I selected each book because immediately upon reading each title, it made me think of some aspect of the world we are currently living in.