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'Middle Grade'

Aug 17

Teen Tuesdays: Don't miss these summer releases!

Posted to Off the Beaten Shelf on August 17, 2021 at 8:13 AM by Elizabeth Land

Teen Tuesdays posts feature news and reviews teens and tweens.

Summer is a busy time and it's easy to miss all the great new books we have at the York County Public Library in Young Adult and Middle Grade sections. Here's a small sampling of the latest and greatest, just waiting for you! To see our top picks, as well as download a pdf of even more great summer releases, click on "Continue Reading..." below.

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Mar 09

Teen Tuesdays: What are We Reading in March?

Posted to Off the Beaten Shelf on March 9, 2021 at 12:00 AM by Elizabeth Land

Find out what books YCPL Youth Services staff are reading

If you're anything like the YCPL Youth Services staff, you have a very long "to be read" list! This week, we're going to tell you about some of the titles that we're hoping to read this March. Maybe you'll find some new titles to add to your own TBR list. To see what our staff is reading, click on "Continue Reading..." below.

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Feb 23

Teen Tuesdays: Crushes vs Boy/Girl Friendships in Middle Grade books

Posted to Off the Beaten Shelf on February 23, 2021 at 12:00 AM by Elizabeth Land

Ms. Tyffany  and Ms. Sarah discuss Crushes and Friendships in the latest YCPL Book Talk video on You
If you’ve reached the Middle Grade section of the library, you’ve most likely begun to have questions about relationships. Relationships are complicated and come in many forms, from love between family members to closeness between friends to romantic crushes. That's why Ms. Tyffany and Ms. Susan, library assistants with the York County Public Library Youth Services department, wanted to discuss books that help young readers gain insight on the differences between a friendship and a crush. Visit our YouTube channel or or click "Continue Reading..." below to hear their discussion in our latest YCPL Book Talk.

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