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Lincoln Award Book Discussions
Grades 9-12 ■ Wednesdays ■ 7:00-8:00 p.m. ■ Online via Zoom
Join us for one or all of the Lincoln Award book discussions in partnership with St. Charles East High School. This discussion is open to all high school students regardless of the school. Pick up a copy at the Library, or STC East students may request copies from the LRC. The Lincoln Award is designed to encourage teens to read for personal satisfaction and become familiar with authors of young adult and adult books. Students who read at least four of the nominees and register by January 15 are welcome to vote online for their favorite title February 15 through March 15. REGISTER
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Robust selection of Graphic Novels, Enhanced Novels, eBooks, classic literature, National Geographic videos, and audiobooks for students in grades 7-12.
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Young-adult fiction (often abbreviated as YA) is fiction written for, published for, or marketed to adolescents and young adults, roughly ages 13 to 18.