Teen Read Week is a national literacy initiative of the Young Adult Library Services Association that is aimed at teens, their parents, librarians, educators, booksellers and other concerned adults. Teen Read Week was started in 1998. The continuing message of the Teen Read Week initiative is to encourage 12-18 year olds to "Read for the Fun of It." Each year an annual theme allows YALSA to focus on timely topics and teen interests. The Weber County Library celebrates Teen Read Week during one week in October every year.
This year, Teen Read Week programs will be held at all Library locations on the following dates:
October 9-15, 2016
For more information about the Main Library's program, Book in a Jar, click HERE.
For more information about the North Branch's program, Book in a Jar, click HERE.
For more information about the Ogden Valley Branch's program, Books to Movies, click HERE.
For more information about the Pleasant Valley Branch's program, Lost in Translation, click HERE.
For more information about the Southwest Branch's program, Escape Room, click HERE.