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At the conclusion of the Teen Photo Contest, we prepare for the launch of our next competition, Six-Word Teen Memoirs. What can you tell us about yourself in just six words? This limited-word writing challenge can be infinitely easy or very tricky … Continue reading
Did you know that you can follow DBRLTeen on Instagram? With three library branches, two bookmobiles, and nearly 3,000 visitors a day, there is almost always something or someone to photograph! Get previews of our upcoming teen book displays, learn more … Continue reading
Our teen blog not only provides access to the library’s helpful online resources, but it also serves as a gallery for our creative teen patrons. In addition to our Homework Help databases and ACT/SAT test prep guides, be sure to … Continue reading
If you are looking to develop your skills as a photographer, the library has plenty of resources to help. We provide free online classes through our online service called UniversalClass. Learn more about digital photography, digital scrapbooking, and other visual arts. … Continue reading
This is an exciting week for DBRLTeen as we begin to recognize the winners in our “Beneath the Surface” Teen Photography Contest. The library received nearly 50 eligible entries and contestants were separated into four separate divisions: Portrait Artistic Showcase Nature … Continue reading
At the conclusion of the Teen Photo Contest, we prepare for the launch of our next competition, DBRLTeen’s Flash Fiction Contest. In keeping with this year’s Teen Read Week theme, we are asking teens to submit their original spooky short stories. All … Continue reading
The library received so many quality entries for our “Own the Night” Teen Photo Contest that we separated contestants into two separate divisions: Division 1 for those contestants ages 12-14. Division 2 for those contestants ages 15-18. Contestants were judged … Continue reading