The Greenwich Library features a wide selection of reading material for teens and young adults including fiction, short stories, non-fiction and graphic novels. In addition to the downloadable audio books mentioned below, the library also offers audio books on CD as well.
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Our Downloadable Library includes audio books and ebooks in a variety of electronic formats. We also have free downloadable music as well as a selection of mobile apps. You can access the library's mobile catalog, do research, even learn a new language; all on your mobile device.
*Digital audiobooks & eBooks are not available to download from library computers. Downloads are only available to your personal PC, laptop, or PDA
Middle School Book Club
Middle School Book Club is a Book discussion group for teens and pre-teens in grades 6-8. See our Calendar of Events for meeting times. Come join us!
Stop by the second floor reference desk to register and pick up a copy of the latest book we'll be discussing.
Questions? - Contact Teen Services Librarian Margaret Walsh by phone (203-622-7915) or by email
Readers and Writers
Literature & Book Databases --
Greenwich Library's online collection of literature and book databases.
Diversity in YA Fiction --
Created and run by two YA authors, this site offers reviews, interviews and regularly updated listings of new book releases for middle and high school readers.
"Figment is a community where you can share your writing, connect with other readers, and discover new stories and authors. Whatever you're into, from sonnets to mysteries, from sci-fi stories to cell phone novels, you can find it all here."
Guys Lit Wire --
This blog provides book reviews for teenage boys to answer the question "What's a guy to read next?". With twenty three contributors, GLW guarantees a new post every Monday through Friday and delivers with reviews of books both old and new. Teenage boys DO read and this site proves it.
Ladies - recommended reading and more in this online literary community. Founded in March 2007 in celebration of Women's National History Month, this award-winning site is on a mission to promote teen literacy and leadership in girls.
Reading Rants --
Reading Rants is a website featuring out-of-the ordinary booklists for teens. Reading Rants has become a popular book review source for teenagers (as well as their grown-ups.)
Teen Ink --
Teen Ink is a national teen magazine, book series, and website devoted entirely to teenage writing and art.
Teen Book Finder App --
From the Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA), search award winning books by title, author, genre and more. Make lists of your favorites and share on Facebook and Twitter.
Teen Lit --
TeenLit.com promotes teen literacy by providing a forum for teen writers to publish and discuss their writing as well as to review and discuss books they read.
Place for teens to sound off about what's on their bookshelves. Look for the latest young adult reads, popular titles, and weekly polls.
The Hub --
The new literature blog from the Young Adult Library Association (YALSA) features book reviews, book trailers, awards lists and more!
Young Adult Books Central --
This site is, in its own words, "a place for people who love books." YABC offers book reviews, interviews with and bios and bibliographies of authors, industry news and press release updates.
Award Lists for Teens
School Reading Lists
Greenwich Public Schools
Greenwich Country Day School