For teens, by teens

Want to share your recommendations with the world (or at the very least, other teens in Prince George’s County)? Let me know what you think other teens should:

  • read (books, graphic novels, authors, magazines)
  • watch (movies or t.v. shows)
  • click on (websites to visit, watch for, read, surf, etc.)
  • listen to (music, bands, CDs, songs, albums)

I’ll post your answers so you can keep up with the trends!

You can comment or email.

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17 responses

6 10 2007
Rasheda

HI i Love the libaray LOLOLOLOLOLLOLOOLLLL YOU ROCK

7 11 2007
joanne

I LOVE THE LIBRARY LOL
IM ALWAYS ON THE COMPUTER THOUGH….
BUT HEY, IM STILL READING…….MY MYSPACE LOL

7 11 2007
pgteenspace

It’s okay that you’re on the computer, at least you’re in the library 😉 By the way, the Library is working on it’s own MySpace page, so keep an eye out. And let me know if you have any suggestions!

8 11 2007
joanne

okay, i’ll be lookin out 4 the library’s new myspace.
lol thanks again. oh yea im checkin my myspace right now
haha i thought i should add that n plus im reading a book…….in the bulletin on myspace. hehe

20 12 2007
chimaen

thank’s for the great meeting mrs kelli!

20 12 2007
chimaen

tip for the myspace page: projectplaylist.com

I read this great book called Jude by Kate Morgenroth, which was AMAZING! The entire story had great point of view, an amazing plot, and edge-of-your-seat thrill and suspense. Morgenroth writes from the point of view of 16 year old Jude with a pathos-inciting talent, giving the reader the illusion that he is sitting right next to the character, feeling what he feels. I would recommend this book to anyone who likes mystery and suspense, who enjoys a book written from the main character’s perspective, and who wants to read a book in which the protagonist wins, no matter how long it takes. Jude is a magnificently written book on life’s curveballs, redemption, holding tight to integrity when it is being questioned, knowing who to trust, and understanding just how far one would go clear his name.

20 12 2007
pgteenspace

Thanks for the tip and review, Chimaen. It was definitely a fun meeting!

22 01 2008
Robin

Hey PG Library Teen Space! I am sooo happy to see this up and running and all the other cool stuff “Mrs. Kelli” is doing 🙂 I’m keeping my eye on you from down under!

Woo Hoo! You go go girl!!

RobinG

15 07 2008
chimaen

i just finished Simon Says by Elaine Marie Alphin and then Prophet by Frank Perreti… both stunning reads.

16 07 2008
pgteenspace

Thanks, Chimaen. I just read ‘The Death of Jayson Porter’ by Jaime Adoff and ‘Newes From the Dead’ by Mary Hooper. Although very different, I would recommend both.

29 07 2009
ecca

I like the mall more than anything else really I would rather be at the mall than in a library. I only go to libraries to do homework. I only read what my friends tell me is good then ( if it isn’t to thick) I may go to the library and get it.

16 10 2009
britty

omg! u should read the twilight series!!! 🙂

10 01 2010
Little**Reaper

eh, i read 2 chapters in the first book & i was bored

16 10 2009
britty

i love to read! and plus i love shopping!

3 07 2010
Anonymous

i ❤ reading,books, and the library!1

3 07 2010
steph

this blog is awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

10 07 2010
NeonBeads

I heard Thirteen Reasons Why was a real good book. I haven’t read it yet but from what I heard, it’s about this girl who committed suicide and she recorded all these tapes giving the reasons why she killed herself. And all these reasons were because of certain people. She gave the tapes to this dude. I’m not sure if that’s exactly it but somewhere along those lines. It sounds REAL good. And I’m coming over there tomorrow to check it out so save it for me.

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