Not reading something because it might be on the test or because someone told you to—but reading for the thrill of it, the joy, to find out what happens on the next page.
Mentor Public Library started a book club just for teens at our Mentor-on-the-Lake Branch because we want to get back to that fun.
Our next meeting is at 2:30 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 6. We'll be talking about John Green's The Fault in our Stars. Anyone who's in ninth through 12th grade is welcome to join us.
If you want, you can borrow one of our copies of The Fault in our Stars. Just come by the Lake Branch and check one out.
If you know a teen who likes reading, loves reading or is just looking for some new people to talk about The Fault in our Stars with, tell them about our Teen Book Club.
We meet the first Saturday afternoon of each month at our Mentor-on-the-Lake Branch to talk about books from YA authors like Rainbow Rowell, Ransom Riggs and Terry Pratchett.
When our club meets in October, we'll be talking about Pratchett's Nation. (And, as always, you can check the book out from us beforehand.)
If you have any questions regarding the Teen Book Club, call Mentor Library’s Mentor-on-the-Lake Branch at 440-257-2512.