Teen Space

  • Read + Review helps the library promote its new YA Books. Students in grades 6-12 can read New titles from the library’s YA collections and submit a review for us to share on our Wordpress blog.

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  • Earn community service hours at the library through the Read + Review, VolunTeen, and Teen Advisory Board programs.

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  • Get online help with homework assignments.

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  • Get free college information from HCPL.

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  • Get free career information from HCPL.

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  • Get help with personal issues.

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Latest Library News

Latest Library News

23 May 2019
News & Events
Kids
Missing dog treats, rhyming kid detectives, bowler-wearing spider sidekicks… these detective series are great for young sleuths or anyone interested in a delightful page-turner! May is mystery month and if you’re tracking down a good read, check out these fun books for kids.
10 May 2019
News & Events
Teens
Seniors
Adults
Kids
This summer, we’d like to challenge you to explore the farthest reaches of your imagination with us at the Library. Our 2019 Summer Reading challenge, A Universe of Stories, makes it easier than ever to earn rewards for indulging your curiosity. The challenge launches June 3 and runs through August 31. This year, you can customize your experience by earning badges for a mix of reading and other learning activities, like attending library programs and getting out in the community. 
07 May 2019
News & Events
Adults
In May and June, Virginia Career Works will be hosting workshops for job seekers and anyone looking to boost their professional skills. Learn how to craft the perfect resume, wow an interview panel, and make memorable connections networking.
06 May 2019
News & Events
Teens
From gaming to crafts and coding, we’ve got you covered! Check out these fantastic teen programs and more events throughout the month of May.
02 May 2019
News & Events
Teens
Adults
It is important to remember that mental health is essential to everyone’s overall health. May is Mental Health Awareness Month, so we are highlighting some of our best books and resources to help you find information on mental health issues.
25 April 2019
News & Events
Seniors
Adults
With historical fiction, you can be anywhere at any time in history, guided by talented writers who can combine a good story with extensive research. You see historical events through the eyes of people who were there. It’s a great way to learn history at any age, and it helps young people learn that history is about more than memorizing dates for a test.

Teen Library News

10 May 2019
News & Events
Teens
Seniors
Adults
Kids
This summer, we’d like to challenge you to explore the farthest reaches of your imagination with us at the Library. Our 2019 Summer Reading challenge, A Universe of Stories, makes it easier than ever to earn rewards for indulging your curiosity. The ...
06 May 2019
News & Events
Teens

From gaming to crafts and coding, we’ve got you covered! Check out these fantastic teen programs and more events throughout the month of May.

02 May 2019
News & Events
Teens
Adults

It is important to remember that mental health is essential to everyone’s overall health. May is Mental Health Awareness Month, so we are highlighting some of our best books and resources to help you find information on mental health issues.

04 April 2019
News & Events
Teens

Calling all super sleuths! Can you spot a plot twist coming from a mile away? Can you identify the murderer by the fifth… no, third chapter? Then look no further.

27 March 2019
News & Events
Teens
Kids

Next week is spring break and there is so much going on at the library! Here are just a few of the awesome events for kids and teens taking place next week.

05 March 2019
News & Events
Teens

We love celebrating Women’s History Month at Henrico County Public Library. Learning about incredible women and their accomplishments is always fun and enlightening. This year, we asked library staff to tell us about women who inspire them.

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