Teen Resources

The Teen Room

The Teen Room at Warner Library is a space dedicated to Teens for their use in the library. This area includes books, graphic novels and magazines chosen just for teens! Teens are welcome in every part of the library, but this space is set aside specifically for them.

Warner Library also offers dedicated Teen Programming. News about those events is available here

Teen Links

Essays Due January 17, 2022 by 5 pm
How Housing Influences Your Future and the Future of Our Community 
is the topic for the 2022 student essay contest sponsored by Lifting Up Westchester, a nonprofit agency committed to helping individuals experiencing homelessness or hunger achieve self-sufficiency.

Open to Westchester students in the 7th through the 12th grades, this year’s contest invites students to think about the role housing plays in influencing our future and the future of our community.  We know that stable, adequate housing is a critical foundation on which all other individual and family success can be built. How can we help ensure adequate housing for all our neighbors?   

Browse, checkout and download digital audiobooks, e-books, music and movies using your Library card 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

Check them out with you library card number and pin (the last 4 digits of your telephone number)

Tutor.com offers live online chat and email support for learners of all ages. You can check a homework question, send in an essay for review, prepare for a test, and even have a cover letter or résumé checked. Hay tutores que hablan español.

Preparation resources for the New York State Regents exam are available online through the above link.

If you have done enough schoolwork for the day, try this: