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Just for Teens

Teen Space

You're welcome to go anywhere in the library, but we carved out a space for teens. With a computer, board games, and young adult materials all in one place, it's your space to relax, do work, or catch up with friends.


Fiction or non-fiction? Research or just for fun? We have a selection of multimedia materials with teen tastes in mind. From gaming magazines to classic literature to graphic novels, we're growing our collection for you. And check out our suggested reading lists!

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Scholarships &
Financial Literacy

Find information about how to fund your higher education dreams--or about the basics of savings and credit--with the links below:

American Student Assistance

Dollars for Scholars - Millbury Chapter

Massachusetts Educational Financing Authority (MEFA)


Tell Us Something New!

Are there activities that you want to do? Things that you want to see? Books--or other materials--that we should have in our collection? We want to hear from you!

Post your thoughts on our Facebook page or tweet at us. Give a suggestion to one of our staff members. Or join our Teen/Tween Advisory Board: gain leadership skills and earn volunteer hours by helping to suggest and plan activities for the library!

Research/Homework Help

There's tons of information online, but you need trustworthy resources. Gale Academic OneFile has materials on subjects including biology, literature, history, world religion, and more; there is a Gale database especially for high school students. Review videos, read articles, and get the citations that you need to cite your work properly--all in one place! A full list of databases is available here.

Don't forget that our staff can help you find information on the topics that interest you. And if we don't have it, there's a good chance we can get it from another library in the state--or from across the country. So don't hesitate to ask!

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