Check out our Teen & Tween Reading Programs!




Welcome to the Teens and Tweens Reading Page!

Check out our book clubs and other reading programs below!


  • To register online and for more event information, click on the event image below.

  • To learn more about the books, click on the book titles.

  • Books can often also be accessed digitally through Libby.

Any questions?

Email with the name of the program you are interested in in the subject line!


Tween Book Club

January's theme is 2024 Reading Goals!

Tweens (ages 10-13) are welcome to share the book they’re most excited to read this year!
We'll vote to read one of these books together for February.

No book pickups this month.

Are you a tween who loves to read? Do you want to talk about books, get freebies, & make new friends?

Join our Tween Book Club! Ages 10-13. You get a free book at the Youth Services Desk (while supplies last), a free goodie bag for attending the meeting, and you get to help pick the next month's book!

Next Book Club is Tuesday, September 26th @ 5-6pm on Zoom.
(Note: Regular Monday meeting rescheduled due to holiday.)

*Registration for this club is required. Click the image above to register.*

Teen Reading Lounge

Kickoff Party January 2 @ 3:00-4:15pm at Kelly Center!

Teen Reading Lounge is an award-winning, unconventional book club for teens ages 12-18. It’s a book club PLUS civic engagement, community service, and creative humanities-based projects. Unlike regular teen book clubs, teens take the lead in selecting the books we read, steering the discussions, and design projects that connect themes in their selections to tangible action in their communities.

TRL meetings will be held the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays starting January 2, 2024.

No book pickups this month.

Next TRL meeting is Tuesday, January 2nd @ 3:00-4:15pm.
Meetings are held at Kelly Center (4 E. Eagle Rd., Havertown PA.)

*Registration for this club is required. Click the image above to register.*

Teen Reading Lounge is a program of PA Humanities, the Federal-State Partner of the National Endowment for the Humanities, developed in part by federal Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) funds administered by the Office of Commonwealth Libraries.