Library buildings are closed until further notice as we prepare to follow Minnesota Department of Health guidance on social distancing. We are working on reopening in phases while making sure safety protocols are in place as well as the supplies to maintain them. We are offering limited services, including curbside pick up of requested items at all libraries, and are working to add others. Book drops are open for returning materials. Please check back for updates.

Teen Services

Summer Reading

Dig Deeper: Read, Investigate, Discover

There are NO signups for summer reading this year.

Use this BINGO card to complete reading challenges throughout the summer. Try to get a BLACK OUT  BINGO!

Print off the reading log and activities pages. To print: Click the image of the reading log/activity page it should pop up as an image with an option to print.

The logs and activity pages that are returned for each month will be entered into a monthly prize drawing.

Make sure your FIRST AND LAST name and a current PHONE NUMBER are on each page you send in.  We need names and phone numbers in order to contact the winners for the prize drawings.

When you complete the logs, activity pages, etc. please send a photo of the completed page to

Deadline for turning in the teen reading log is August 22nd (August 22nd is the last day of the summer reading program).

There will be multiple prize drawings at the end of August for all teen logs that have been returned.

Please contact us if you need assistance in accessing materials for summer reading. PHONE: 320-587-2368 OR email

Happy reading!

Mystery Book #5

Clue #1: Fairy tale retelling

Clue#2: Wonderland


Clue#4: Magical weapons

Clue#5: Modern Day Alice

We have a winning guess! This week’s mystery book is “A Blade So Black” by L.L. McKinney.

Mystery Book #6 clues will be posted on Monday, July 13th.

Learn How to Make a Movie!

Teens Write

Writing submissions for June, July, and August’s writing prompts will be accepted until August 22nd.



It’s Lit- Teen Book Club

Correction in date from video: The Twitter conversation for Teen Book Club will be on Tuesday, July 21st.







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Middle and High schoolers check out this podcast featuring the author of “Free Lunch!”



Rachelle Golde

Teen Services Librarian