Welcome to the Teen Department of the Woodbury Public Library!
The Teen Area of the Woodbury Public Library is a great place for teens to meet with friends, do homework, attend programs and browse through a variety of materials to check out.
While in the Teen area, you can choose from the latest fiction, non-fiction, and graphic novels. You’ll also find award winning collections such as Connecticut’s Nutmeg Book Awards for Middle & High School, YALSA’s Teen Choice Books, and resources for career and college planning. New books check out for two weeks, and all others check out for three weeks. Audio books circulate for three weeks; DVDs check out for one week.
Monthly programs include Drop-in DIY, Girls Who Code Club (grades 5-12), Teen Advisory Board (grades 9-12) and Saturday programming.
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Click Here for Best Books for Teens
Do you have a suggestion or comment? Let us know.
Teen Librarian: Marla Martin firstname.lastname@example.org
HOMEWORK HELPFactMonster Homework Help
Princeton Review Tutoring Resources
National Geographic Kids Homework Help
Hippo Campus Videos and Quizzes
Wonderopolis (Up to Grade 8)
Chegg Prep Subject Flashcards
Chegg Study Math Help
Bookopolis (Up to Grade 8)
Scholastic’s Study Jams
New York Times Learning Network
Science Bob: Experiments and More
Schmoop: Humor Injected Study Guides
Improve Your Vocabulary
Perdue Online Writing Lab
One Look Reverse Dictionary
COLLEGE LINKSComprehensive list of US colleges
Accredited Schools Online
ACT Practice Tests
SAT Practice Tests
Best Online Colleges
Jobs for Teens
Connecticut Community Foundation Scholarships
Teaching Degree Programs
How to Start a Student Blog
How to Start a Website
Inspection Support Network Scholarship
College Guide for Students with Psychiatric Disabilities
Resources for Race, Equity, Anti-Racism, and Inclusion
LGBTQ ResourcesThe Trevor Project
Guide to Being an Ally to Transgender and Non-binary Youth
It Gets Better Project
Q Card Project
Understanding the Basics
Gender Affirming Care
How to Support Your Nonbinary Kid
Healthy Children Organization Resources
Making Schools Safe for the LGBTQ Community
Gay, Lesbian, & Straight Education Network (GLSEN)
Queer Books for Teens
State Laws and Regulations Regarding Gender Change on Driver’s Licenses
Triangle Community Center