Explode Your Holds List with More Mystery and Thrillers!


Check out what's new in Mysteries and Thrillers this month:

a-drop-of-nightA Drop of Night by Stefan Bachmann

17 year old Anouk has been chosen to participate in an exclusive program, which includes an all-expense-paid trip to France and a chance to explore the hidden underground Palais du Papillon, or the Palace of the Butterfly. Along with four other bright and talented teenagers, he will be one of the first people to set foot in the palace in more than 200 years. But the expedition is not all it seems--their supposed benefactors are attempting to kill them. The story alternates between Anouk's flight through the palace and the struggles of Aurelie, who escaped the French Revolution by fleeing into the Palais du Papillon in 1789.

Fiona by Meredith Moore

Traces the experiences of a girl who leaves her unstable home in Texas to become an au pair in her mother's native Scottish Highlands, where a decades-old feud forces her to confront the ghosts of her past and question her sanity.

The Darkest Corners by Kara Thomas

When her father dies, Tessa is pulled back to the small Pennsylvania town where her life came apart when her father was sent to prison, her mother went to pieces, and her beloved older sister ran away, and where her testimony and that of her now-estranged friend Callie sent a serial killer to death row--a serial killer who may be getting a new trial as long buried secrets come to light.

wink-poppy-midnightWink Poppy Midnight by April Genevieve Tucholke

Wink, Poppy, and Midnight's three separate voices come together to reveal the secrets and mysteries hiding in the woods around their home.

this-is-where-the-world-endsThis Is Where the World Ends by Amy Zhang

Janie and Micah, two lifelong friends, see their relationship tested when Janie is date-raped by the most popular boy in school, and Micah doubts her honesty.

Explode Your Holds with Speculative Fiction!


Speculative fiction is a broad genre that includes fiction with supernatural, fantasy, magical realism, alternative history, or futuristic elements. Check out some of our new books!

The Head of the SaintHeadOfTheSaint by Socorro Acioli
Having arrived in Candeia, Brazil, starving and footsore, after walking sixteen days to fulfill his dying mother’s last wishes, young Samuel takes up residence in an enormous, broken statue of Saint Anthony and finds that he can hear the prayers of the townspeople, despite his lack of faith.


FlawedFlawed by Cecilia Ahern
Celestine North lives a perfect life. She’s a model daughter and sister, she’s well-liked by her classmates and teachers, and she’s dating the impossibly charming Art Crevan. But then Celestine encounters a situation in which she makes an instinctive decision. She breaks a rule and now faces life-changing repercussions. She could be imprisoned. She could be branded. She could be found FLAWED.

PassionOfDolsaThe Passion of Dolssa by Julie Berry
In mid-thirteenth century Provence, Dolssa de Stigata is a fervently religious girl who feels the call to preach, is condemned by the Inquisition as an “unnatural woman,” and is hunted by the Dominican Friar Lucien who fears a resurgence of the Albigensian heresy. Botille is a matchmaker trying to protect her sisters from being branded as gypsies or witches–but when she finds the hunted Dolssa dying on a hillside, she feels compelled to protect her, a decision that may cost her everything.

TellTheWindAndFireTell the Wind and Fire by Sarah Rees Brennan
In this near-future retelling of the Dickens classic “A Tale of Two Cities,” a deadly revolution breaks out in a New York City divided by light and dark magic.



FlamecasterFlamecaster by Cinda Williams Chima
Thrown together by chance and united by their hatred of the king, Ash, a gifted healer, and Jenna, a girl abandoned at birth, find themselves on the run from the King’s Guard.



OnTheEdgeOfGoneOn the Edge of Gone by Corinne Duyvis
In Amsterdam, the Netherlands, in 2034, a comet is due to hit the Earth within the hour. Denise, who’s sixteen years old and autistic, must try to find her missing sister and also help her neglectful, undependable mother safely aboard a spaceship.


TwoSummersTwo Summers by Aimee Friedman
Two possible futures face Summer: either she will spend the summer in Provence with her father, uncovering family secrets, and exploring the old world, or she will stay in upstate New York, coping with her mother, and dreaming of her long time crush–and which future unfolds will depend on whether or not she answers a phone call.


LieTreeThe Lie Tree by Frances Hardinge
On an island off the south coast of Victorian England, fourteen-year-old Faith investigates the mysterious death of her father, who was involved in a scandal, and discovers a tree that feeds upon lies and gives those who eat its fruit visions of truth.


TGreatHunthe Great Hunt by Wendy Higgins
When a savage beast attacks in Eurona, the king proclaims that whoever kills the creature will win the hand of his daughter, Princess Aerity, but things get complicated when Aerity grows fond of a specific, royals-eschewing hunter, Paxton Seabolt.


GlitteringCourtThe Glittering Court by Richelle Mead
For a select group of girls, the Glittering Court offers a shot at a life they’ve only ever dreamed of, one of luxury, glamour, and leisure. To high-born Adelaide, whose wealthy family is forcing her into a loveless marriage, the Glittering Court represents something else: the chance to chart her own destiny, and adventure in an unspoiled, prosperous new land across the sea. After a chance meeting with the dazzling Cedric Thorn, Adelaide poses as a servant to join the crop of impoverished girls he promises to transform into proper ladies. But her familiarity with upper class life comes with a price: she must hide her identity from her new friends, mysterious refugee Mira and fiery former laundress Tamsin, and most importantly, from Cedric himself–even though she’s falling in love with him.

WokeUpDeadAtTheMallI Woke Up Dead at the Mall by Judy Sheehan
Sixteen-year-old Sarah wakes up dead at the Mall of America only to find she was murdered, and she must work with a group of dead teenagers to finish up the unresolved business of their former lives while preventing her murderer from killing again.


HarmonyHouseHarmony House by Nic Sheff
Jen Noonan’s father thinks a move to Harmony House is the key to salvation, but to everyone who has lived there before, it is a portal to pure horror. As the forces in the house join together to terrorize Jen, she must find a way to escape the past she didn’t know was haunting her–and the mysterious and terrible power she didn’t realize she had.

FirstlifeFirstlife by Gena Showalter (first in the Everlife series)
Locked in an asylum for her refusal to let her parents dictate her afterlife choices, Ten Lockwood finds herself caught in a violent power struggle between the two leading Everlife realms that would do anything to claim her powerful soul.


TrippingBackBlueTripping Back Blue by Kara Storti
Finn is a gentle, tortured dealer and addict whose life is slipping away. When he finds an almost magical drug called Indigo, he thinks it will let him break free, but he’s dead wrong.


DarkEnergyDark Energy by Robison Wells
A UFO crashes in the Midwest, not far from the boarding school attended by Alice, whose father is the director of special projects at NASA.

SYNC Audiobooks: Week 4

SyncBannerThis summer, SYNC will be providing two free teen audiobooks each week from May 5th to August 11th. Each week will focus on a specific theme, pairing a classic YA title with a more modern one. This week starts Thursday, May 26th with Every Last Word by Tamara Ireland Stone and Egg and Spoon by Gregory Maguire. These two titles will be available to download for free this week only (from 5/26 to 6/02) at the SYNC website. The theme for this second week is “Girls raise voices strong enough to shed light–or darkness.”


Amy Rubinate invites listeners to enter the inner and outer worlds of 16-year-old Samantha McAllister. Rubinate conveys Sam’s anxiety as she curries favor with a clique-ish set of friends and their mean-girl leader. She dramatizes Sam’s inner struggles as she hides her compulsive behaviors, finding her stress relieved only by competitive swimming and comforting discussions with her therapist. Sam’s life begins to change on the first day of her junior year when a mysterious student introduces her to the Poet’s Corner, a secret room where student share poetry and music. There Sam finds artistic freedom, love, friendship—and a problem more frightening than any she’s faced before. Rubinate’s characterizations and a surprising ending enhance this story. The library owns this in both book and ebook format.


Set in tsarist Russia, this story combines historical fiction and folklore and is told by a self-proclaimed “unreliable scribe” who writes from within a tower prison. Narrator Michael Page creates two girls—an earnest and believable Elena and a youthful, cultured Ekaterina—one peasant, the other privileged, yet so alike that their lives are exchanged with little notice. Great Aunt Sophia is haughty and imperious, while her mirror character, Baba Yaga the witch, is a capricious mix of lunacy, joy, and menace. Page especially shines as the story’s narrator. The character may be unreliable, but we believe his aged and patrician voice and hang on to his every measured word as he challenges us to ponder the nature of fate. The library owns this in book, CD audiobook, and Playaway formats.

Check out the rest of the May ⎼ June SYNC schedule here… you can even get text alerts about upcoming titles!

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Explode Your Holds List with Realistic Fiction!

explodeyourholdsHere’s what’s new in Realistic Fiction this month:

the-hatersThe Haters by Jesse Andrews
Inspired by the years he spent playing bass in a band himself, The Haters is Andrews’s road trip adventure about a trio of jazz-camp escapees who, against every realistic expectation, become a band. For Wes and his best friend, Corey, jazz camp turns out to be lame. It’s pretty much all dudes talking in Jazz Voice. But then they jam with Ash, a charismatic girl with an unusual sound, and the three just click. It’s three and a half hours of pure musical magic, and Ash makes a decision: They need to hit the road. Because the road, not summer camp, is where bands get good. Before Wes and Corey know it, they’re in Ash’s SUV heading south, and The Haters Summer of Hate Tour has begun.


Some of the Parts by Hannah Barnaby
ORGAN DONOR: Two words that had apparently been checked off on her brother’s driver’s license; two words that her parents knew about–and never revealed to her. All at once, everything Tallie thought she understood about her brother’s death feels like a lie. And although a part of her knows he’s gone forever, another part of her wonders if finding the letter might be a sign. That if she can just track down the people on the other end of those two words, it might somehow bring him back. This deeply moving novel asks questions there are no easy answers to as it follows a family struggling to pick up the pieces, and a girl determined to find the brother she wasn’t ready to let go of.

tell-me-three-thingsTell Me Three Things by Julie Buxbaum
It’s been barely two years since her mother’s death, and because her father eloped with a woman he met online, Jessie has been forced to move across the country to live with her stepmonster and her pretentious teenage son. Just when she’s thinking about hightailing it back to Chicago, she gets an email from a person calling themselves Somebody/Nobody (SN for short), offering to help her navigate the wilds of Wood Valley High School. In a leap of faith–or an act of complete desperation–Jessie begins to rely on SN, and SN quickly becomes her lifeline and closest ally. Jessie can’t help wanting to meet SN in person. But are some mysteries better left unsolved?

peas-and-carrotsPeas and Carrots by Tanita S. Davis
Dess knows that nothing good lasts. Disappointment is never far away, and that’s a truth she has learned to live with. Dess’s mother’s most recent arrest is just the latest in a long line of disappointments, but this one lands her with her baby brother’s foster family. Dess doesn’t exactly fit in with the Carters. They’re so happy, so comfortable, so normal, and Hope, their teenage daughter, is so hopelessly naïve. Over time their differences, insurmountable at first, fall away to reveal two girls who want the same thing: to belong. Davis, a Coretta Scott King Honor winner, weaves a tale of two modern teenagers defying stereotypes and deciding for themselves what it means to be a family.

girl-in-the-blue-coatGirl in the Blue Coat by Monica Hesse
Beautifully written, intricately plotted, and meticulously researched, Girl in the Blue Coat is an extraordinary, gripping novel from a bright new voice. In 1943 Nazi-occupied Amsterdam, teenage Hanneke–a ‘finder’ of black market goods–is tasked with finding a Jewish girl a customer had been hiding, who has seemingly vanished into thin air, and is pulled into a web of resistance activities and secrets as she attempts to solve the mystery and save the missing girl. An unforgettable story of bravery, grief, and love in impossible times.

when-we-collidedWhen We Collided by Emery Lord
17 year-old Jonah Daniels has lived in Verona Cove, CA, his whole life, and only one thing has ever changed: his father used to be alive, and now he’s not. With a mother lost in a deep bout of depression, Jonah and his five siblings struggle to keep up their home and the restaurant their dad left behind. Then he meets Vivi, the new girl in town. In love with life, charming and unfiltered, she refuses to be held down by the medicine she’s told should make her feel better. But it’s not long before her zest for life begins to falter. Soon her adventurousness becomes all-out danger-seeking. Through each high and low, Vivi and Jonah’s love is put to the test . . . but what happens when love simply isn’t enough?

seven-ways-we-lieSeven Ways We Lie by Riley Redgate
A chance encounter tangles the lives of seven high school students, each resisting the allure of one of the seven deadly sins, and each telling their story from their seven distinct points of view. Rumors of a student-teacher affair hit the fan. After Juniper accidentally exposes her secret at a party, her fate falls into the hands of the other six sinners, bringing them into one another’s orbits. All seven are guilty of something. Together, they could save one another from their temptations–or be ruined by them. This twisty YA debut effortlessly weaves humor, heartbreak, and redemption into a drama that fans of Jenny Han and Stephanie Perkins will adore.

the-way-i-used-to-beThe Way I Used to Be by Amber Smith
Told in four parts–freshman, sophomore, junior, and senior year–this provocative debut reveals the deep cuts of trauma. But it also demonstrates one young woman’s strength as she navigates the disappointment and unbearable pains of adolescence, of first love and first heartbreak, of friendships broken and rebuilt, and while learning to embrace a power of survival she never knew she had hidden within her heart.


the-new-guyThe New Guy (And Other Senior Year Distractions) by Amy Spalding
Filled with romance, rivalry, and passive-aggressive dog walking, this is a hilariously relatable story about how even the best-laid plans sometimes need to be rewritten. What’s the only thing that could derail overachiever Jules’s perfect senior year? Alex Powell–former boy-band sensation and newest transfer to Eagle Vista Academy. He seems cool enough when he starts spending time with Jules. And he turns out to be quite the romantic (not to mention a killer kisser). After getting over the initial shock that someone like Alex might actually like like her, Jules accepts that having a boyfriend could be a nice addition to her packed schedule. That is, until Alex commits the ultimate betrayal, which threatens to ruin her high school career, and possibly her entire future. This. Means. War.

the-last-boy-and-girl-in-the-worldThe Last Boy and Girl in the World by Siobhan Vivian
What if your town was sliding underwater and everyone was ordered to pack up and leave? How would you and your friends spend your last days together? While the adults plan for the future, box up their possessions, and find new places to live, Keeley Hewitt and her friends decide to go out with a bang. There are parties in abandoned houses. Canoe races down Main Street. The goal is to make the most of every minute they still have together. And for Keeley, that means taking one last shot at the boy she’s loved forever. There’s a weird sort of bravery that comes from knowing there’s nothing left to lose. It’s the end of Aberdeen, but the beginning of Keeley’s first love story. 

scar-girlScar Girl by Len Vlahos
When The Scar Boys ended, the band has fallen apart. Harry and Johnny are barely speaking, and Cheyenne is feeling desperate about Johnny, who has retreated into silence. It’s only through their music that the group is able to rebuild their relationships, and they slowly begin to reach musical success and fame. In
Scar Girl, Cheyenne, Harry, and Richie tell their own stories as they discover the ups and downs of being rock musicians–including meltdowns on stage, too much drinking, keeping secrets that should be shared, and having fights that test the limits of their friendship. The band’s reputation grows and grows, but will the kids themselves survive?

SYNC Audiobooks: Week 3


This week’s SYNC books feature two boys and their different roads to manhood with some rough patches along the way. As usual, one is fiction and the other is nonfiction.

100SidewaysMilesThe first book is 100 Sideways Miles written by Andrew Smith and read by Kirby Heybourne. It features sixteen year old Finn Easton. Finn Easton sees the world through miles instead of minutes. It’s how he makes sense of the world, and how he tries to convince himself that he’s a real boy and not just a character in his father’s bestselling cult-classic book. Finn has two things going for him: his best friend, the possibly-insane-but-definitely-excellent Cade Hernandez, and Julia Bishop, the first girl he’s ever loved. Then Julia moves away, and Finn is heartbroken. Feeling restless and trapped in the book, Finn embarks on a road trip with Cade to visit their college of choice in Oklahoma. When an unexpected accident happens and the boys become unlikely heroes, they take an eye-opening detour away from everything they thought they had planned—and learn how to write their own destiny. The library owns the book and the audiobook in addition to the SYNC option.


ThisBoysLifeThe second book this week is This Boy’s Life written by Tobias Wolff and read by Oliver Wyman. This book is the author’s memoir which was originally published in 1989. This launched a whole memoir craze in the publishing world and was then made into a movie in 1993. The story is pretty grim: Teenage Tobias Wolff moves with his divorced mother from Florida to Utah to Washington State to escape her violent boyfriend. When she remarries, Wolff finds himself in a bitter battle of wills with his abusive stepfather, a contest in which the two prove to be more evenly matched than might have been supposed. Deception, disguise, and illusion are the weapons the young man learns to employ as he grows up—not bad training for a writer-to-be. Somber though this tale of family strife is, it is also darkly funny and so artistically satisfying that listeners come away exhilarated. Unfortunately, the Algonquin Area Public Library District does not own this book, however you can always place the book or the audiobook on hold and have it sent here from another library.


Explode Your Holds List With Even More Series Books!


Are you waiting for the next book to come out? Check here to see if one of these new series books is on your to-read list:

The Rose & The DaggerRoseAndDagger by Renée Ahdieh (Sequel to The Wrath & The Dawn)
In this reimagining of The Arabian Nights, Shahrzad tries to uncover powers that may lie dormant within her in an attempt to break Khalid’s curse, save the empire, and reunite with her one true love.


Forest of Ruin ForestOfRuinby Kelley Armstrong (Final book in the Age of Legends trilogy)
Book 1; Book 2
Desperate to outmaneuver the evil Alvar Kitsune, Moria allies with Gavril, while Ashyn discovers that she is the key to a ritual that could reawaken an ancient dragon and turn the tide of the coming battle in their favor.


Trust MeTrustMe by Romily Bernard (Book 3 of the Wick Tate series)
Book 1; Book 2
Trust Me is the thrilling conclusion to the Find Me trilogy, in which loose ends come together and chilling plot twists complicate Wick Tate’s life more than ever. With all of Wick Tate’s secrets–who can she really trust? Wick is used to relying on only herself, but when she has nowhere left to turn, she’s going to have to learn to trust someone if she’s going to finally escape her demons. . . .

StrikeStrike by Delilah S. Dawson (Sequel to Hit)
After faking her own death to escape her term as an indentured assassin for Valor Savings Bank, Patsy is on the run with her boyfriend, Wyatt. Left with no good choices, Patsy’s only option is to meet with a mysterious group that calls itself the Citizens for Freedom.


GoldenGolden by Melissa de la Cruz and Michael Johnston (Book 3 of Heart of Dread)
Book 1; Book 2
Desperate to escape the dangers of the ruins of New Kandy, Nat and Wes must put their love to the ultimate test by chancing even more perilous surroundings in hopes of seeing their world reborn by saving the source of magic.

Walk the EdgeWalkTheEdge by Katie McGarry (Book 2 of the Thunder Road series)
Book 1
Smart. Responsible. That’s seventeen-year-old Breanna’s role in her large family, and heaven forbid she put a toe out of line. Until one night of shockingly un-Breanna-like behavior puts her into a vicious cyberbully’s line of fire– and brings fellow senior Thomas “Razor” Turner into her life. Razor lives for the Reign of Terror motorcycle club, and good girls like Breanna just don’t belong. But when he learns she’s being blackmailed over a compromising picture of the two of them– a picture that turns one unexpected and beautiful moment into ugliness– he knows it’s time to step outside the rules.

AwakeningOfSunshineGirlThe Awakening of Sunshine Girl by Paige McKenzie (Book 2)
Book 1
Sunshine Griffith can communicate with ghosts. Even more amazing, she recently discovered–with the help of her would-be boyfriend, Nolan–that’s she’s a luiseach, one of an ancient race of creatures who have lived among humans for centuries, protecting them from dark spirits and helping them move on to the afterlife. Now, Sunshine’s powers are awakening and she feels spirits everywhere–intense and sometimes overwhelming. Eager to get her supernatural abilities under control, Sunshine agrees to begin training with her mentor, her estranged father Aidan.

The Last Full MeasureLastFullMeasure by Trent Reedy (Last in trilogy)
Book 1; Book 2
Danny Wright is considered to be a hero by many in the rebel held area of Idaho and the Northwest, but he has little faith in what passes for a government there, or in the secretive and repressive Brotherhood–and when nuclear weapons are detonated in Washington, D.C. and New York, the Civil War suddenly turns into World War III.

Can You Keep a Secret?CanYouKeepASecret by R. L. Stine (Fear Street series)
Eddie and Emmy are high school sweethearts from the wrong side of the tracks. Looking for an escape from their dreary lives, they embark on an overnight camping trip in the Fear Street Woods with four friends. As Eddie is carving a heart into a tree, he and Emmy discover a bag hidden in the trunk. A bag filled with hundred-dollar bills. Thousands of them. Should they take it? Should they leave the money there? The six teens agree to leave the bag where it is until it’s safe to use it. But when tragedy strikes Emmy’s family, the temptation to skim some money off of the top becomes impossible to fight. There’s only one problem. When Emmy returns to the woods, the bag of money is gone, and with it, the trust of six friends with a big secret.

The EpidemicEpidemic by Suzanne Young (Book 4 in The Program series)
Book 1; Book 2; Book 3
Quinlan is a closer–someone who takes on the short-term role of a deceased loved one. Her last case brought down her entire world; now she’s involved in an effort to fight an epidemic.

SYNC Audiobooks: Week 2

SyncBannerThis summer, SYNC will be providing two free teen audiobooks each week from May 5th to August 11th. Each week will focus on a specific theme, pairing a modern YA title with a more classic YA title. This week starts Thursday, May 12th with The Sin Eater’s Daughter by Melinda Salisbury and Divine Collision: An African Boy, An American Lawyer, and Their Remarkable Battle for Freedom by Jim Gash. These two titles will be available to download for free this week only (from 5/12 to 5/19) at the SYNC website. The theme for this second week is related to the idea of personal freedom, and how we must sometimes make difficult choices to obtain it.

sin-eaters-daughterThe Sin Eater’s Daughter by Melinda Salisbury is a startling, seductive, deliciously dark debut that will shatter your definition of teen fantasy. For four years sixteen-year-old Twylla has lived in the castle of Lormere, as the Goddess embodied, whose touch can poison and kill, and is hence the Queen’s executioner. But she finds herself caught up in palace intrigues when Prince Merek, her betrothed, who is immune to her touch, returns to the kingdom, unsure if she can trust him or the bodyguard who claims to love her. This audiobook is read by Amy Shiels. The library also owns this in book format.

divine-collisionDivine Collision: An African Boy, An American Lawyer, and Their Remarkable Battle for Freedom by Jim Gash, a Los Angeles lawyer and law professor, tells the amazing true story of how he finds himself in the heart of Africa defending a courageous boy languishing in a Ugandan prison. “Was I just a do-gooder tourist, or was I willing to personally invest in the sixteen-year-old Ugandan prisoner into whose eyes I was looking?” Jim Gash asks himself. The unlikely friendship of Jim and Henry and their unrelenting persistence reforms Uganda’s criminal justice system, leaving a lasting impact on hundreds of thousands of lives. Divine Collision attests that relationships can supersede circumstance, culture, and the walls we often hide behind. This audiobook is read by Brandon Batchelar.

Check out the rest of the May SYNC schedule below… you can even get text alerts about upcoming titles!

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SYNC Audiobooks for the Summer


This summer, SYNC will be providing two free teen audiobooks each week from May 5th to August 11th. Each week will focus on a specific theme, pairing a classic YA title with a more modern YA title. The first week will start on Thursday, May 5th with The Great Tennessee Monkey Trial by Peter Goodchild and Vivian Apple at the End of the World by Katie Coyle. The theme for this first week is religion, but from two very different perspectives.


GreatTennesseeMonkeyTrialThe Great Tennessee Monkey Trial chronicles the famous Scopes Trial of 1925. This trial was over the right of a science teacher, John Thomas Scopes, to teach evolution in public schools. This court case set the stage for the ongoing debates regarding intellectual freedom and the separation of Church and State within public schools. The audiobook is read by several professional voice actors from the L.A. Theatre Works.



Vivian Apple at the End of the World continues this week’s religious theme. 17-year-old Vivian Apple never believed in the evangelical Church of America, unlike her recently devout parents. But when Vivian returns home the night after the supposed “Rapture,” all that’s left of her parents are two holes in the roof. Suddenly, she doesn’t know who or what to believe.With her best friend Harp and a mysterious ally, Peter, Vivian embarks on a desperate cross-country road trip through a paranoid and panic-stricken America to find answers. This audiobook is read by Julia Whelan. The library also has this as both a Playaway and a book.

Check out the rest of the May SYNC schedule here…you can even get text alerts about upcoming titles!

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Rock the MIC Concert – Thursday, May 5 @ 4pm

This week the library will be hosting the H.D. Jacobs High School Music Industry Club for an outdoor concert on the backyard patio. The concert will be on Thursday, May 5th, 2016 from 4:00-6:00pm. The library has been hosting Rock the MIC for several years now. Throughout the years, the student performer styles have varied from blues, rock, rap, piano, or string quartets. This will be an all ages event. The concert will be held in the library’s Meeting Room if it is raining. Come listen to these talented teens share their musical gifts!

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