Our dedicated teen collection features popular fiction, non-fiction, manga, graphic novels, magazines, and a collection of single issue comics following over 30 series. Come in to any branch or browse the catalog.
Heights Libraries also has special programs just for teens, including the Teen Spot at Lee Road and University Heights branches and the Afterschool Zone at the Noble branch. Every weekday weekday after school, 3:30 – 5:30 p.m., teens can come to these branches to hang out, play games, make art, use the computer, work on homework, or grab something to read.
And our teen librarians are always looking for great teen resources: reading lists, homework help, and more!
Looking for something to read? Some inspiration for your creative writing? Homework help? A job? Check out these great resources!
- YALSA’s Best Fiction for Young Adults (booklist)
- Girls Write Now (for young female writers)
- Hickey Picks: Young Adult Readers Advisory
- Free Math Help (homework help)
- Guys Lit Wire
- No Fear Shakespeare (homework help)
- Figment: Write Yourself In (writing and reading inspiration)
- My First Paycheck (teen job site)