If TV's Riverdale has left you with a craving for the dark and melodramatic, these graphic novel and comic book series are must-reads.
By Mona Bacon, EPL Community Librarian Ammar is a confident and outgoing grade eleven student with a ready smile and a great sense of humour. He is also a newcomer to Canada. He recently arrived in Edmonton from Syria and, like the other 16 teens who have come to the EPL Castle Downs Branch on […]
Written by Holly Arnason, Digital Literacy Librarian Pokemon Go is an augmented reality game for iOS and Android mobile devices and it’s been taking the world by storm, including the Edmonton Public Library! Over the past week, we have welcomed Pokemon Go players at many of our locations. Like with any other online game or […]
Written by Bronwyn Hartman, Youth Services Librarian 1. Make something great: Our Makerspace has everything teens need for their next creation, including 3D printers, sound booths, a vinyl cutter and more. Encourage teens to drop by the library and get creative! 2. Find the next great read: Teens can check out our Staff Picks, talk to staff for recommendations, […]
EPL has created an intergenerational pilot program and is having seniors and teens work together to create relationships. The pilot program includes the use of "Then and Now" kits, which help start conversations between seniors and teens in the Mill Woods community. Mill Woods Branch staff is looking for hard to find vintage and contemporary items, and we’re […]