Discover what happens when your secrets are shared… with everyone. Or even worse, when it’s all lies but everyone believes it anyway.
Beware the cyberbully and remember.. the internet lives forever. Share wisely!
Participate in teen programming during the week of May 15th for a chance to win a *FREE pair of tickets to watch Everything Everything in theaters!
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This month the Santa Clarita Public Library is raising awareness about mental health, and, more specifically, the conditions that can threaten that health. Eating disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), and depression are well-known examples, and the library offers a wide selection of books exploring these topics in depth.
From the adventures of an adolescent facing mental disorders on top of the usual teen angst, to edifying self-help books, there are numerous and varying titles available for checkout.
Many of these titles are currently on display in the Teen Area, and a number of them are listed below. By immersing yourself in these pages, you can learn from a personal perspective what it’s like to experience these mental disorders, and, more importantly, how to deal with them properly.
Danah’s writes in her journal just as her struggle with her demon, an eating disorder named Ed, begins.
Having experienced compulsive behavior all her life, Lo’s symptoms are getting her into trouble when she witnesses a murder while wandering dangerous quarters of Cleveland, Ohio, collecting things that do not belong to her, obsessing about her brother’s death.
A seventeen-year-old suffering from bipolar disease wants to commit suicide, but a meaningful relationship and the care of a gifted psychiatrist alter her perception of her diagnosis as a death sentence
A sixteen-year-old girl living with bipolar disorder learns to balance romance, friendship, and grief
A hilarious and inspiring memoir about one young woman’s journey to find a better path to both physical and mental health.
With some help from her siblings and friends, Molly is able to face her OCD and be strong enough to get help for it.
Be sure to take care of yourself this May with Mental Health Month!
SYNC is a free summer audiobook program for teens 13+. Returning April 27, 2017 SYNC will give away two complete audiobook downloads a week – pairs of high interest titles, based on weekly themes. In 2016, 30 titles were given away over 15 weeks.
SYNC is dedicated to introducing the listening experience to the teen audience and demonstrates that Required Reading can be completed by listening.
Simply sign-up to get notifications of when the FREE audiobook downloads are available. You can receive alerts by text message, email newsletter, or by visiting www.audiobooksync.com. Titles change every Thursday at 7am ET when the program is running.
Please Note: Signing up for these alerts will not send you the titles. The alerts will simply tell you when and where the title is available to download.
Prom is around the corner. Gear up with prom essentials by checking out books or attending our FREE programs.
Attend events at the Canyon Country Library to help you get your glam on!
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