Graphics: an Adult and Teen Graphic Novel Book Group
Sounds Good To Me! - An Audio Workshop
March 10, 2021, 5pm-6pm On Zoom
An hour-long audio workshop with Yellowstone Public Radio reporter, Kaitlyn Nicholas. Learn about the essential building blocks of audio production and watch Kaitlyn demonstrate a mixing session! Explore sound and the different ways you can use it to tell your own stories. Open to TEENS 13 and up.
Explore reviews about books, movies, music, and more. Teens can also share creative writing like poems, short stories, and even artwork. Check out the blog now and send us your submissions to be published on our site!
Teen Book Boxes
Themed boxes that feature one or more books that teenagers can KEEP! Each box contains surprise items related to the book inside and will vary. Items included may be just for fun or educational! Supporting educational content may be photos, translations, historical information, etc. Each Book Box will vary based on the topics explored in the selected book.
This project is funded in part by a grant from Humanities Montana, an affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities. The items and information included do not necessarily represent the views of Humanities Montana or the National Endowment for the Humanities.
*We have reached our limit for March Book Box registrations, but keep an eye out for future announcements and April's registration!
View the books we sent out for February and download the educational materials on our READING page!
TEEN BOOK GROUP
Reading and Discussions For Teens
Our Teen Book Group resumes virtually! What book do you want to read next? Email Vanessa at firstname.lastname@example.org to suggest a book to read and to discuss as a group.
Physical copies of books may be available, or read an Ebook through Billings Public Library’s FREE digital resource, Freading.
Teen Take-Away Kits
Mini Sculptures- Create a sculpture out of air-dry clay and found objects! Use wire and foil to build an armature (or framework) to keep your sculpture sturdy.
Kits can be picked up from our curbside service on a first-come, first-served basis.
Visit our Take & Make page for PDF instructions of previous Teen Take-Away Kits!
Read Megan Bingham's poem, "Hope," winner of the Billings Public Library's Creative Writing Competition!
View photographs taken by two talented teens who participated in our Cellphone Photography workshop series! Thanks Adisyn Gamble and Dayna Otis!
Katelyn Bauer interviewed Will Bruder, the architect for the new Billings Public Library building, and used the TECH Lab equipment to edit the video together. Way to go Katelyn!
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