Check out some of Richland Library's great new arrivals in nonfiction for teens!
Stop by your favorite Richland Library location to see what else is new.
Throughout the month of February we celebrate Black History Month. From evocative fiction to brilliant biographies Teen Central at Richland Library has amazing books written by and about African-Americans. So stop by and check out our collection, you're sure to find a book you love!
Looking for a good book? You can't miss with titles by these authors!
Are you ready to make a name for yourself in Hollywood? Then check out Ted Michael's So You Wanna Be a Superstar? The Ultimate Audition Guide to get pointers from a pro!
Look for more new arrivals, below, or drop by a Richland Library location to find a book that is right for you.
PERFORMANCE FOR CHILDREN AND FAMILIES:
Experience live music and original animation in what The New York Times calls a cross between Yellow Submarine and Dr. Seuss. Join award-winning illustrator and songwriter Morgan Taylor in this Gustafer Yellowgold multi-media performance of live music, animated illustrations and storytelling.
Sunday, February 3, 3 p.m. to 4 p.m. in the Bostick Auditorium at Main, 1431 Assembly St.
Get your hands on Rinsai Rossetti's The Girl with Borrowed Wings (recipient of multiple starred reviews and named a 2012 Best Book for Teens by Kirkus), today, for a fresh take on the paranormal romance.
Check out more new arrivals, below, or drop by a Richland Library location near you.