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  • 4 DVDs
  • 4 Talking Books

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    Accord Card?

    You may have library membership on your Accord card already - contact library staff on 01224 652546 for more information

    Teens - Information and Activities

    Visit your local library for ...  Teen books

     

    Books, Graphic Novels, DVDs, CDs, Audiobooks, Wii Games & lots more. Help with homework, hobbies and projects, free internet access and online databases.

    Remember you can also borrow books, DVDs and music from the adult sections of the library too from the age of 12.

     

     

    News from your local library

    Aberdeen City Libraries recently worked in partnership with Harlaw Academy to Harlaw Academy Logo create 'Teen Talk', a newsletter about the Library and Information Service in Aberdeen and how it can be of benefit to young people throughout the city. 

    The newsletter offers advice on how your local library can help with things like studying and finding a job.   Click here to read 'Teen Talk' and let us know your views on the newsletter by e-mailing libraryevents@aberdeencity.gov.uk

    Digital Zone

    Visit our for a range of online resources. You will find: 

    • Homework help through various databases such as Encyclopaedia Britannica.
    • Reading suggestions on Who Next?
    • Writing Tips from Authors on Wood of Words
    •  Language learning courses on Tell me More
    • Free E-books and Talking Books to download on the Overdrive

     

    Know what you want to read?

     

    Teen Graphic Novels Once you have joined the library you can get a PIN (Personal Identification Number) so you can reserve or renew books and other items online.
    Go to the Library Catalogue and find the item you want to reserve, then click on Reserve and follow the prompts. When the item arrives at the library, you will be notified by telephone or email.

    Suggestions for Stock 

    If we do not have the book you are looking for then why not suggest that the book be bought for stock at your local library. You can do this at the library or through the library catalogue.

    Read a book you enjoyed?

    Why not tell us about it and we'll post your review on the Recommended Reads  pages.

    Contact your local Community Libraries  for information on library membership, requests and activities within the library.

    Back to the Children, Young People & Families Library Services home page.