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Wednesday, November 2, 2011

Hunger Games Movie!!!

So I'm totally getting geeked out for the Hunger Games movie set to be released March's an article about some of the actors playing the parts!!!


Happy Reading!

Ms. Laura

Monday, October 24, 2011

Happy October!

So I know October is almost over and I haven't posted like anything!  I feel like a total lame! I've actually been reading a lot of Adult non fiction lately so I havent been able to write reviews! :(  But I am in the middle of reading a couple of really awesome books!!!  And for all you Creepy Book lovers out there, here is a picture of the pamphlet we have for our super awesome Book Display!!!

Click on the actual pictures to get a full sized view!!! 

Hope to be writing reviews soon!  Happy Reading!

Ms. Laura

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

Away (The Line Book 2)

Another book that I've been waiting forever and a day for finally came out!  I really enjoyed the second book in the Line Series by Teri Hall.  Rachel has made it across to Away and is with the Others.  Is her father still alive?  What happens in the lives of the Others?  Do they really have special powers?  Find out all this and more in the second book of this series....there just has to be another one!!! 

I really enjoyed this book!  I just wish that I could start like series books after the entire series is out so I dont have to wait!!!  Check below for synopsis and reviews!!!



"After crossing the Line, Rachel finds herself in a world where survival is never guaranteed - a world where bizarre creatures roam the woods and people have strange abilities. Everything has gone to ruin Away and the survivors have banded into warring clans. Rachel finds her father being held prisoner by a tribe of Others, and she and her new friends set out to rescue him. But when they cross back over the Line, Rachel and Pathik make a foolish decision, bringing them into further danger that can only be resolved with an unthinkable sacrifice.

An adventure filled with life-and-death choices, dark conspiracies, and heart-poundingly suspenseful moments, this sequel delivers."

Monday, September 19, 2011

Teen Movie Night Thursday!!!

Remember that we are having Teen Movie Night this Thursday, September 22nd from 6:30-8:30pm...only 3 days left to vote!!!

CLICK HERE to vote!!!

Thursday, September 15, 2011

Teen Movie Night: VOTE!!!

Alright Teens:  We are having a movie night next Thursday, September 22nd from 6:30-8:30pm

You need to vote for the movie you want to watch!!! Click on the link below, or click on the Survey Gadget on the right side of our blog page, or leave a comment on the Richton Park Facebook page or a comment on here!!!  You can also email Ms Laura at:

Check out the flyer below for more details:

Power of Six ( I am Number Four Book 2)

This book was absolutely amazing!!!  However, now I'm mad...since it just came out last month...I now have to wait I dont know how long for the next book...and you know the author loves to leave you hanging at the end!!!  If you haven't read the first book, I Am Number Four, you should!!! Check out the synopsis!!!

Power of Six

"I've seen him on the news. Followed the stories about what happened in Ohio. John Smith, out there, on the run. To the world, he's a mystery. But to me . . . he's one of us.

Nine of us came here, but sometimes I wonder if time has changed us—if we all still believe in our mission. How can I know? There are six of us left. We're hiding, blending in, avoiding contact with one another . . . but our Legacies are developing, and soon we'll be equipped to fight. Is John Number Four, and is his appearance the sign I've been waiting for? And what about Number Five and Six? Could one of them be the raven-haired girl with the stormy eyes from my dreams? The girl with powers that are beyond anything I could ever imagine? The girl who may be strong enough to bring the six of us together?

They caught Number One in Malaysia.
Number Two in England.
And Number Three in Kenya.
They tried to catch Number Four in Ohio—and failed.

I am Number Seven. One of six still alive.

And I'm ready to fight."

Heck: Where the Bad Kids Go

It's been a while but I've finally started reading again!!!  Check out the first book in this series!!!

It's took me a while to get through this book only because I only had 15 minutes on my lunch break to read it weveryday.  And the book was entertaining, just a little hard to get into within 15 minutes....but you should give it a read, cause it is good!!!! I think the rest of the series could be very entertaining...

Heck: Where the Bad Kids Go


"When Milton and Marlo Fauster die in a marshmallow bear explosion, they get sent straight to Heck, an otherworldly reform school. Milton can understand why his kleptomaniac sister is here, but Milton is—or was—a model citizen. Has a mistake been made? Not according to Bea “Elsa” Bubb, the Principal of Darkness. She doesn’t make mistakes. She personally sees to it that Heck—whether it be home-ec class with Lizzie Borden, ethics with Richard Nixon, or gym with Blackbeard the Pirate—is especially, well, heckish for the Fausters. Will Milton and Marlo find a way to escape? Or are they stuck here for all eternity, or until they turn 18, whichever comes first?"

Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Stoner and Spaz I & II

Well, Hello!

Long time no see!!!  It's been a super busy summer here at the Richton Park Public Library!  I have hardly had the chance to read a book!  I'm almost done with one so reviews will start up again soon!

We had 98 teens sign up for summer reading and over 900 books were read!!!  Great job you guys!!!  Programs have started up again as well!  Check out the Program page to see what's new for August.  I will be getting the rest of the months up and running here shortly!!!

To tide you all over, here's a book that I read in the past and didnt write about.... check it out!!!


"For sixteen-year-old Ben Bancroft — a kid with cerebral palsy, no parents, and an overprotective grandmother — the closest thing to happiness is hunkering alone in the back of the Rialto Theatre and watching Bride of Frankenstein for the umpteenth time. The last person he wants to run into is drugged-up Colleen Minou, resplendent in ripped tights, neon miniskirt, and an impressive array of tattoos. But when Colleen climbs into the seat beside him and rests a woozy head on his shoulder, Ben has that unmistakable feeling that his life is about to change. With unsparing humor and a keen flair for dialogue, Ron Koertge captures the rare repartee between two lonely teenagers on opposite sides of the social divide. His smart, self-deprecating protagonist learns that kindred spirits may be found for the looking — and that the resolve to follow your passion can be strengthened by something as simple as a human touch."

Also check out the sequel that came out this month!!!



"Beautiful but troubled Colleen Minou is the only girl who ever looked at Ben Bancroft as more than a spaz— more than just that kid with cerebral palsy. Yet the more time Ben spends with her, the more glaring their differences appear. Is what Ben feels for Colleen actual affection, or more like gratitude? Then there’s Amy (aka A.J.), who is everything Colleen isn’t, and everything Ben’s grandma wants for him: clean-cut and upper-class, academically driven, just as obsessed with filmmaking as Ben is. But what does A.J. see when she looks at Ben? CP? Or the person behind the twisted body? In Ron Koertge’s sharp, darkly humorous follow-up to the award-winning Stoner & Spaz, Ben tries to come to terms with his confused feelings toward A.J. and his inimitable connection to Colleen, who is sometimes out of it, sometimes into him, and always exhilarating."

Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Rage by Jackie Morse Kessler

The Second Book in the Riders of the Apocalypse series...this was all about Horseman War.  It was good!  I preferred the first book, Hunger, to this one, but I think that has to do with the fact that I read the entire thing in one sitting.  This one took a little longer to get through since I was only reading it on my lunch break; which left me about 10 minutes to actually read!!!  The third book comes out in the Spring and is all about Pestilence.  It will be called Loss.  I'm excited about this one since you don't really see Pestilence in these other two books, it will be interesting to see where the author takes this!  Check out the synopsis and reviews of RAGE!!!



"Missy didn’t mean to cut so deep. But after the party where she was humiliated in front of practically everyone in school, who could blame her for wanting some comfort? Sure, most people don’t find comfort in the touch of a razor blade, but Missy always was . . . different.

That’s why she was chosen to become one of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse: War. Now Missy wields a new kind of blade—a big, brutal sword that can cut down anyone and anything in her path. But it’s with this weapon in her hand that Missy learns something that could help her triumph over her own pain: control.

A unique approach to the topic of self-mutilation,Rageis the story of a young woman who discovers her own power and refuses to be defeated by the world."

Wednesday, July 20, 2011

GLOW: "Greatest Debut since Hunger Games"

If a violent battle destroyed the only world you’ve ever known, would you be brave enough to save who was left? Would love be strong enough to survive the fight? The future of the human race depends on it.

On sale in September, read the first 50 pages today!

Calling All Writers!!!

Win a trip to NYC and shadow an editor!

Want the chance to win a trip to NYC and get the inside scoop on publishing? Well now you can!

Lisa McMann, the author of the Wake trilogy and The Unwanteds, and Pulse It have joined up with Wattpad to send one writer to NYC!

You could win:
A trip to NYC, home of the publishing industry!
2 nights in a hotel (with a parent/guardian)
A day at Simon & Schuster's offices (a.k.a Pulse It HQ) to shadow an editor!
A one-on-one meet & greet with Lisa McMann!

Plus – get tons of extras throughout the contest!

An exclusive extended first look at Lisa's new middle-grade novel The Unwanteds

An exclusive sneak peek at Lisa's new teen novel coming out March 2012 — Dead to You

Other exclusive content from Lisa like a playlist for Dead to You and why she wrote The Unwanteds

Lisa McMann, author of "Cryer's Cross" and “The Unwanteds," and PulseIt have joined up with Wattpad to send one writer to NYC!

How to Enter:

1. Write a 1,000 word response to the writing prompt from Lisa McMann below. Be sure to tag your story "lisamcmann"

2. Join Pulse It to complete your entry. You'll find all the details and rules on Pulse It too!
Pulse It is a site where you can read the hottest teen books for free and chat with your friends.

Must be a member of PulseIt and Wattpad to enter. Must be between the ages of 14 and 18 and a resident of continental USA or Canada.

Writing Prompt: I twisted my hair into a ponytail, tucking it under my cap and lowering the brim. Then I took a final look around the room full of strangers, wondering which of them would help me escape, and which would try to kill me.

CLICK HERE for more details!!!

Monday, July 18, 2011

Fat Kid Rules the World turns into a movie!!!

For those of you that don't know this book, you should!  I read this book a few years ago and it was really good!  Check out the synopsis then read the article about the film.  Be sure to check out the book before you see the movie!  Happy Reading! :)

"Troy Billings is seventeen, 296 pounds, friendless, utterly miserable, and about to step off a New York subway platform in front of an oncoming train. Until he meets Curt MacCrae, an emaciated, semi-homeless, high school dropout guitar genius, the stuff of which Lower East Side punk rock legends are made. Never mind that Troy's dad thinks Curt's a drug addict and Troy's brother thinks Troy's the biggest (literally) loser in Manhattan. Soon, Curt's recruited Troy as his new drummer even though Troy can't play the drums. Together, Curt and Troy will change the world of punk, and Troy's own life, forever."

Hetalia Crazy by special guest blogger Ms. Ashley!

Graphic Novels: We’re a bit Hetalia Crazy!

The Richton Park Library has gone a little Hetalia crazy! If you’ve never heard of Hetalia before, let me clue you in. What if all the countries were actually people? Russia, America, China, Japan… All very cute chibis! Then, take history and these personified countries and you get Hetalia! In Hetalia: Axis Powers, you explore WWI through the personified chibis of Japan, Germany, and France. The Allied Powers also make cameos in this fun series. It’s the best blend of humor, history, and comics! This is the perfect Summer Manga Read and Anime Watch as our Summer Reading Club theme is “You Are Here!” and different places around the world. So, how can you get in on this great read? Well, you can either check out the books (YA/GN/HET VOL.1 & YA/GN/HET VOL.2) or you can watch the Anime (YA/DVD/GN/HETALIA)

(click on the picture for more info)


During World War I, gruff Germany finds Italy hiding in a wooden box of tomatoes. Germany takes Italy as prisoner, but instead of war-like interrogation, Italy becomes more of the nuisance and unwanted guest. World War I quickly comes to an end, but World War II is right on its heels! This time, Italy tries his best to become friends with Germany. They soon befriend Japan, and the three of them form the Axis Powers. Meanwhile, America, who loves heroism and hamburgers, tries to form a treaty, as Great Britain reminisces about when America was his loving child.

Worried that you won’t have time to watch an entire season (or two) of Anime? Don’t worry! Each episode of this delightful Anime is only 5 minutes long! You can watch the entire season in 3 hours!! Of course, after those 3 hours, you’ll probably have the Opening and Ending Credits stuck in your head. But it’s a small price to pay for all the laughs you’ll get!

Thursday, June 30, 2011


I was pleasantly surprised by this book!  It was much better than I anticipated.  I especially love the reference to Kurt Cobain...check it out!


"'Thou art the Black Rider. Go thee out unto the world.'

Lisabeth Lewis has a black steed, a set of scales, and a new job: she’s been appointed Famine. How will an anorexic seventeen-year-old girl from the suburbs fare as one of the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse?

Traveling the world on her steed gives Lisa freedom from her troubles at home: her constant battle with hunger, and her struggle to hide it from the people who care about her. But being Famine forces her to go places where hunger is a painful part of everyday life, and to face the horrifying effects of her phenomenal power. Can Lisa find a way to harness that power — and the courage to battle her own inner demons?"

Beauty Queens by Libba Bray

This book was hysterical and wonderful!  Check it out...Miss Texas is fabulous and the pirates are pure win!!!  This is all I need to say about this it and find out all the wonderfulness for yourself!


"The fifty contestants in the Miss Teen Dream pageant thought this was going to be a fun trip to the beach, where they could parade in their state-appropriate costumes and compete in front of the cameras. But sadly, their airplane had another idea crashing on a desert island and leaving the survivors stranded with little food, little water, and practically no eyeliner.

What's a beauty queen to do? Continue to practice for the talent portion of the program--or wrestle snakes to the ground? Get a perfect tan--or learn to run wild? And what should happen when the sexy pirates show up?

Welcome to the heart of non-exfoliated darkness. Your tour guide? None other than Libba Bray, the hilarious, sensational, Printz Award-winning author of A Great and Terrible Beauty and Going Bovine. The result is a novel that will make you laugh, make you think, and make you never see beauty the same way again."

Thursday, June 16, 2011

Summer Reading Raffles!

Have you joined Summer Reading yet? Check out all the amazing prizes you can win just by reading!!!  Come in and sign up today!!!

More Summer Reads and Teen Reviews!

Love to read reviews my people your own age and not those librarians and teachers that write reviews?  Here's your chance!  Check out the newest  TEEN REVIEWS from School Library Journal!  Remember, if any of these books strike your fancy, let me know so I can order them for the collection (That is if we don't already have them)!!!

Check out the books below on the Summer Road Trip Display in the Library!!!

And Now for a Road Trip!

Paper Towns

"Quentin Jacobsen has spent a lifetime loving the magnificently adventurous Margo Roth Spiegelman from afar. So when she cracks open a window and climbs back into his life - dressed like a ninja and summoning him for an ingenious campaign of revenge - he follows.

After their all-nighter ends and a new day breaks, Q arrives at school to discover that Margo, always an enigma, has now become a mystery. But Q soon learns that there are clues - and they’re for him. Urged down a disconnected path, the closer he gets, the less Q sees of the girl he thought he knew.

Printz medalist John Green returns with the brilliant wit and searing emotional honesty that have inspired a new generation of listeners."


This Week in Africa

Chanda's Secret

"A girl's struggle amid the African AIDS pandemic.

"As soon as I get back from the shabeen, I go next door to see Mrs. Tafa. I have to ask to use her phone to let our relatives know about Sara. I'm nervous. Mrs. Tafa would like to run the world. Since she can't run the world she's decided to run our neighborhood."

So speaks sixteen-year-old Chanda, an astonishingly perceptive girl living in the small city of Bonang, a fictional city in Southern Africa.

While Mrs. Tafa's hijinks are often amusing, the fact is that Chanda's world is profoundly difficult. When her youngest sister dies, the first hint of HIV/AIDS emerges.

In this sensitive, swiftly-paced story readers will find echoes of To Kill a Mockingbird as Chanda must confront undercurrents of shame and stigma. Not afraid to explore the horrific realities of AIDS, Chanda's Secrets also captures the enduring strength of loyalty, friendship and family ties. Above all, it is a story about the corrosive nature of secrets and the healing power of truth.

Through the artful style of acclaimed author Stratton, the determination and resilience Chanda embodies will live on in readers' minds." -goodreads

Friday, June 10, 2011

Happy Summer Reading!

Summer has officially begun here at the Richton Park Public Library!  The theme this year is One World, Many Stories with the Special Teen theme being, "You Are Here".  So because Summer is super busy with all the awesome teen programs Ms Laura puts on for the teens, I think I will be posting some of the wonderful books we have on display for the Summer! 

The theme for our Display is "Road Trip America, Read Across the World" and all the books are about road trips taken and teens in other countries...check some out!!!

Going Bovine


"Can Cameron find what he’s looking for?

All 16-year-old Cameron wants is to get through high school—and life in general—with a minimum of effort. It’s not a lot to ask. But that’s before he’s given some bad news: he’s sick and he’s going to die. Which totally sucks. Hope arrives in the winged form of Dulcie, a loopy punk angel/possible hallucination with a bad sugar habit. She tells Cam there is a cure—if he’s willing to go in search of it. With the help of a death-obsessed, video-gaming dwarf and a yard gnome, Cam sets off on the mother of all road trips through a twisted America into the heart of what matters most."-goodreads

Tuesday, May 31, 2011


This is one that I started reading back in April for Poetry month and finished last week after reading the Beyonders.  This was a good one!!!  For someone that doesnt like poetry, I enjoyed this book.  Here is a synopsis and other reviews for it.

"After a classmate commits suicide, Kana Goldberg—a half-Japanese, half-Jewish American—wonders who is responsible. She and her cliquey friends said some thoughtless things to the girl. Hoping that Kana will reflect on her behavior, her parents pack her off to her mother's ancestral home in Japan for the summer. There Kana spends hours under the hot sun tending to her family's mikan orange groves.

Kana's mixed heritage makes it hard to fit in at first, especially under the critical eye of her traditional grandmother, who has never accepted Kana's father. But as the summer unfolds, Kana gets to know her relatives, Japan, and village culture, and she begins to process the pain and guilt she feels about the tragedy back home. Then news about a friend sends her world spinning out of orbit all over again."- goodreads

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Beyonders: A World Without Heroes

Forewarning:  This book is the first in a series, if you can't handle waiting til Spring of 2012 to read this book, WAIT!!!

This book was fabulous!  The Beyonders about Jason and Rachel who travel to Lyrian through unconventional means is thrilling from beginning to end.  While it took me a while to read this book (in my defense it is 430 pages), there was no lull in excitement!  The only problem I had was that it just ended with me wanting more and finding out I would have to wait!!!

For those of you that havent yet read the Fablehaven series and aren't familiar with Brandon Mull, I would suggest you read those first!!! There are five fabulous books in the alraedy completed series.  That way, you wont have to wait as long when you come back to the Beyonders (unless you're a fast reader, then I can't help you!)  Again, Spring 2012 is a year away, if you can't wait that long, wait a little longer to pick this book up. 

On the plus side, you could be me, waiting 7 years for the 3rd  book of the Abarat series (there will be 5 total), but alas, September can't come fast enough!!!

Check out the synopsis and reviews for the Beyonders below:

(Tell me this doesn't look awesome!!!)

Synopsis: "Jason Walker has often wished his life could be a bit less predictable--until a routine day at the zoo ends with Jason suddenly transporting from the hippo tank to a place unlike anything he's ever seen. In the past, the people of Lyrian welcomed visitors from the Beyond, but attitudes have changed since the wizard emperor Maldor rose to power. The brave resistors who opposed the emperor have been bought off or broken, leaving a realm where fear and suspicion prevail.

In his search for a way home, Jason meets Rachel, who was also mysteriously drawn to Lyrian from our world. With the help of a few scattered rebels, Jason and Rachel become entangled in a quest to piece together the word of power that can destroy the emperor, and learn that their best hope to find a way home will be to save this world without heroes." - goodreads

Friday, May 20, 2011

Teen Top Ten List!!!

Hot off the presses!!!  Check out this top ten list that is sure to make your summer fly by!!!


Also, if you read any of these books over the summer, you will be able to vote for your favorites in august and september...the books with the most votes will become the top ten list winners!!!  So check them out, we have a lot here at the library (I have read quite a few!!!!) or ask me about it!

I'm on page 322 of Beyonders so look for a review soon!!!

Ms Laura

Monday, May 16, 2011

May Madness

Let me start by saying...I'm SOOOOO SORRY!!!  I feel like such a slacker!  I have been dealing with lots of changes here at the library as well as going on school visits to talk about Summer Reading as well as a Book Sale/ Bake Sale we had this weekend (which was awesome by the way!) and getting ready for Summer Reading that reading a book has been put on the back burner!  I have been reading, just very slowly, the Beyonders by Brandon Mull and am about half way through.  It's amazing as I expected it to be! 

So as an apology for not posting reviews very much this month, I would like to draw your attention to my wonderful May Display we have here at the Library entitled "Fairy, Faerie, Folk Tales" and is about exactly what it says!  Here is a copy of the handout...remember all these books are available to check out at the library or can be ordered at your local library! 

I have to say, that some of these books are amazing and yes some have been read by the fabulous Ms. Laura!  And if I haven't read it, I want to!  Ask me about them! :)

Hope to read much more quickly and soon! 

Ms. Laura!

Tuesday, May 3, 2011


This book was awesome!  While the size of the novel in verse was a bit off putting at first, I really got into it!  I was surprised at how quickly it read and really enjoyed all the characters.  Williams does a great job at making you feel how the characters feel.  I would definitely recommend this book!  Check out the reviews and synopsis!!!

"Twelve year old Hope's life is turned upside down when her older sister Lizzie becomes an elective mute and is institutionalized after trying to kill herself. Ever since their dad died, Hope and Lizzie have relied on each other from a young age. Their mother is a reluctant and unreliable parent at best, who turns tricks to support the family. Throughout the course of this lyrical and heartbreaking narrative readers and Hope discover that the mother is prostituting Lizzie and it’s up to Hope to bring the truth to light to save her sister.

With raw and haunting writing reminiscent of Ellen Hopkins and Elizabeth Scott, Carol Lynch Williams is a promising new YA voice." -goodreads

And with this, we end Poetry month!  It was fun but I'm ready to get back to full paged novels!  Up next are so many books!  I have so many choices to make!  Right now, I am starting the Beyonders by Brandon Mull, the amazing author of the Fablehaven series...see past Reviews!!!  If you've never read a Brandon Mull book, I recommend you do!  They are really fast and totally wrap you up in wonderful worlds!!!

Fablehaven 1
Fablehaven 2
Fablehaven 3
Fablehaven 4
Fablehaven 5

That's all for now!  Hope your May has been treating you well!
Ms. Laura

Wednesday, April 20, 2011


This was an exciting new adventure for me!  I recently requested a super advanced readers copy of "Fracture" by Megan Miranda and found out I would get it!  I had about a month to read it and fill out a survey.  The paper attached to it said that it would grip me from the first page and I didn't believe them...oh how wrong I was!  This book truly did grip me from the first page.  The way the characters are written is incredible!  I really enjoyed this book and I'm sorry to inform you that this book does not come out until 2012.  So hold on tight, and add this to the books you want to read!  And don't worry, we will definitely have a copy of this book at the library as soon as it comes out!  Check out the synopsis and reviews below.



"Delaney Maxwell survives a fall into a Maine lake, and subsequent brain injury, only to discover she now has a strange and frightening affinity with the dying.

When Delaney is pulled from the icy waters of Falcon Lake by her best friend, Decker, she is blue and her heart isn’t beating – everyone knows she’s dead. And yet.... Six days later, she awakens from her coma, healthy enough to look at scans of her own damaged brain. Is she a miracle, a freak of nature – or something much more frightening" -goodreads
Up next: Glimpse by Carol Lynch Williams

Thursday, April 14, 2011


I would just like to say...WOW!  I really enjoyed this book!  There were so many different feelings that were brought on as a result of this book.  Who do you believe?  How would that make me feel?  What would I want to happen?  Book was awesome!  Check it out!!!


"In the dim light of the darkroom, I'm alone, but not for long.

As white turns to gray, Kate is with me.

The background of the dance studio blurred, so the focus is all on her

legs extended in a perfect soaring split.

The straight line to my squiggle,

my forever-best friend.

Sixteen-year-old Liz Grayson is photogirl—sharp, focused and ready to take the world by storm with her camera. But Liz's entire life is called into question when her brother is accused of a crime—and the accuser is Liz's own best friend. As the aftershocks from that accusation rip through Liz's world, everything she thought she knew about photography, family, friendship and herself, shifts out of focus. And for the first time in her life, Liz finds herself unable to trust her own point of view. Told in stunning, searingly raw free verse, Exposed is Kimberly Marcus's gut-wrenching, riveting debut and will appeal to fans of Ellen Hopkins, Laurie Halse Anderson and Virginia Euwer Wolff." -goodreads

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

One Night

I think I'm starting to enjoy these Novels in Verse.  They are short, to the point and take about an hour to read!  I really liked this one and look forward to talking about it at book club in a couple weeks (Wed April 27th, 4-5:30pm)!  Here is the synopsis and reviews!


"Gabe is the best looking guy in school. That's why his friends send him to get girls to their party. Helen is not much to look at; that's why her friends want her to come along. But Helen gets under Gabe's skin in a way no other girl has.

It was one night. One night with lasting consequences. Now Helen has to decide if she wants to keep the baby and if she should tell Gabe, who hasn't spoken to her since their one night together.

Filled with love, fear, and the tough choices born of casual acts, One Night is a passionate and compellingly readable novel about teen life, the hardships of parenthood and the joy and forgiveness between family and friends." -goodreads

Up Next:  "Exposed" by Kimberly marcus and "Wicked Girls" by Stephanie Hemphill

Tuesday, April 12, 2011


And we're into the Novels in Verse! 
I read this book this morning in about 45 minutes.  It was good!  It's about 4 teens and their lives through poetry.  They have some issues.  Its entertaining to read and you can really relate to the characters.   Check it out for yourself!

"Teen violence, bullying and the burning quest to fit in are presented in the poems of four unforgettable high school students."


Up next: "One Night" by Margaret Wild and "Exposed" by Kimberly Marcus

Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Go Graphic! Teens – April 2011

Hey Teens! Ms. Laura and Miss Ashley went to C2E2 to check out all the cool new comics coming out! While we were there, Miss Ashley picked up a copy of “Very Near Mint Vol. 1” by Justin Peterson. Looking for something to fill the void of Scott Pilgrim? Then pick this up! (You’ll also like it if you’re a fan of regular comics!). It’s so good we have two copies!

Very Near Mint Vol.1 by Justin Peterson Synopsis:

Colin Turner and Sam Jones own a pretty awesome comic book shop, the Splash Page. Business is great, they have a brand new employee, Nate, and Colin's ex-girlfriend Mackenzie is back.

Everything seems like it's fantastic...

That is, until this week's new comics don't show up. Then things get really complicated and everything starts to fall apart and other important stuff also happens, but we don't want to spoil it for you.

That's what the internet is for.
Another book to be on the lookout for – Afterschool Charisma Vol. 1! If you haven’t started our Great Graphic Novels for Teens challenge yet, you should definitely try this title.

After School Charisma Vol. 1 Synopsis:

St. Kleio Academy is a very exclusive school: all of the students are clones of famous historical figures such as Beethoven, Queen Elizabeth I, Napoleon, Mozart, and Freud. All of them, that is, except for Shiro Kamiya. As Shiro struggles to adapt to this unusual campus, St. Kleio's first graduate, the clone of John F. Kennedy, is killed. Are the clones doomed to repeat the fate of their genetic progenitors, or can they create their own destinies? And how does a normal boy like Shiro fit in?
New/Coming Soon in April:

After School Charisma Vol. 2,
AiOn Vol. 1 – 2,
Alice in the Country of Hearts Vol. 1 – 2,
Axe Cop Vol. 1,
Bamboo Blade Vol. 8,
Black Bird Vol. 1 – 2 ,
Book Girl Vol. 1,
Case Closed Vol. 38,
Chrono Crusade Vol. 1,
Cirque du Freak Vol. 8,
Dogs: Bullets & Carnage Vol. 1 – 2,
Excalibur: The Legend of King Arthur,
Gossip Girl: The Manga Vol. 2,
Invincible Iron Man Vol. 5,
Itsuwaribito Vol. 2,
Kekkaishi Vol. 25,
K-On! Vol. 1,
My Boyfriend is a Monster Vol. 1 – 2,
Nabari no Ou Vol. 6,
Natsume’s Book of Friends Vol. 6,
Nura: Rise of the Yokai Clain Vol. 2,
Oresama Teacher Vol. 1,
Prince of Tennis Vol. 41,
Sakura Hime Vol. 1,
Secret Notes of Lady Kanoko Vol. 1 – 2,
Star Wars Legacy Vol. 3 through 9,
Star Wars: Menace Revealed,
Star Wars: Vector Vol. 1 – 2,
Teen Titans Spotlight: Cyborg,
Vampire Cheerleaders Vol. 1,
Very Near Mint Vol. 1

Manga + Anime Club

Join us April 16th, 2011 from Noon to 1:30pm for Manga + Anime Club! Open to students in grades 6th through 12th! Do you want to see more Anime Marathons at the library? Want to suggest some books for the library to get? Just want to hang out and watch Anime? It’s all that and more! Register at the Front Desk or call us at (708) 481-5333!
Great Graphic Novels for Teens 2011 Challenge

Have you started reading for our challenge yet? Every 5 books enters you into a raffle for the chance to get a copy of a graphic novel of your choice!! For more information, check out the blog post ( )!

Friday, April 1, 2011

Happy April!!!

So April is National Poetry Month!  Be sure to check out the Teen Novels in Verse Display here at the library!  I have decided that even though I dont like poetry very much, I am going to read nothing but novels in verse for the month!  So be on the lookout for lots of reviews in April.

I also wanted to let you know about our Pizza Party Challenge!  I made up the flyer yesterday but have had the idea for a while now.  All you have to do in the month of April is read 1(one) book and you get an invite to a pizza party!  The Party will take place on Thursday, April 28th from 6:30-8:30pm so be sure to get your books in.  The first 20 teens that turn in their book will get an invite!!!  Check out the Flyer below.  Good luck to all!!!

Wednesday, March 30, 2011


I am not a happy camper.  I am upset with this book because I thought it was going to be better.  I have to be honest.  I was bored!  I think it may be because I read Delirium first (see last review) and the books storylines are so similar, but this one just wasnt exciting enough!!!  I would give it a 3 out of 5. You can make your own opinion, but I will not be reading the second book. 

Here's the synopsis:


"Cassia has always trusted the Society to make the right choices for her: what to read, what to watch, what to believe. So when Xander's face appears on-screen at her Matching ceremony, Cassia knows with complete certainty that he is her ideal mate . . . until she sees Ky Markham's face flash for an instant before the screen fades to black.

The Society tells her it's a glitch, a rare malfunction, and that she should focus on the happy life she's destined to lead with Xander. But Cassia can't stop thinking about Ky, and as they slowly fall in love, Cassia begins to doubt the Society's infallibility and is faced with an impossible choice: between Xander and Ky, between the only life she's known and a path that no one else has dared to follow." -goodreads

Monday, March 21, 2011

Teen Tech Week Voting 2012!!!

Did you enjoy all the wonderfulness that was Teen Tech Week this year?  Then vote for the theme for next year! 

Click HERE for all the information or see below:

We hope you had a great Teen Tech Week 2011! How can you keep the momentum going?

Remind your teens to vote for the 2012 theme through March 31! Finalists are: ESC @ your library, FYI @ your library, and Geek Out @ your library. Vote today
  • Read TTW 11 Chair Laura Peowski's post on the YALSA Blog, Keeping Teen Tech Week Alive Throughout the Year.
  • Tell us about your events on the 2011 Teen Tech Week wiki.
  • Questions? Find an answer in our FAQ or contact us at

Thanks to our promotional partners and nonprofit supporters for supporting Teen Tech Week! Thanks to ALA Graphics,, the Margaret A. Edwards Trust, , and the Federal Trade Commission.

About Teen Tech Week

Teen Tech Week is a national initiative sponsored by the Young Adult Library Services Association and is aimed at teens, their parents, educators and other concerned adults. The purpose of the initiative is to ensure that teens are competent and ethical users of technologies, especially those that are offered through libraries such as DVDs, databases, audiobooks, and videogames. Teen Tech Week encourages teens to use libraries' nonprint resources for education and recreation, and to recognize that librarians are qualified, trusted professionals in the field of information technology. Teen Tech Week began in 2007 and has a general theme of Get Connected @ your library.

Teens’ use of nonprint resources has increased dramatically in recent years, yet more teens are doing this from home instead of the library. According to a recent study by Harris Interactive, in 2005, 86% of youth aged 8-18 have a computer in their home, and 74% have Internet access in their home. On average, 8-18 year olds spend 6 hours and 21 minutes per day using media (including TV, video/DVDs/movies, video games, audio media, computers and print media). Furthermore, according to the Pew Internet and American Life Project, 71% of teens report that the Internet is their primary source for completing school projects. Yet multiple studies have shown that the majority of teens lack the critical thinking skills and technical expertise to use the Internet and other electronic resources effectively. Teens need to know that the library is a trusted resource for accessing information and that librarians are the experts who can help them develop the skills they need to use electronic resources effectively and efficiently.

Teens, in order to gain the skills necessary to compete in today's job market, need access to digital and online information and trained professionals who can help them use these resources effectively, efficiently and ethically. Librarians and educators know this and work with teens on a regular basis to ensure they develop these skills. Teen Tech Week is a chance for libraries to throw open their physical & virtual doors and show their communities all the great things they're doing for teens with technology.

- all information above found at :




Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Book your email?!?!

YES!  We have a new function on our website!!!  It's called Dear Reader and its super awesome!  Dont have time to get into the library to see whats new and exciting? Join Dear Reader and have sample sections of certain books sent straight to your email everyday!  It's only 5 minutes worth of reading a day and each week you get to read a different book!  By the end of the week, you've read about the first two chapters of the book and then if you want to read more, you can come into the library and see if we have it!  Even if we dont, did you know we can order it from one of the other libraries and have it sent here!!!  It takes mere days!!! 

So be sure to check out Dear Reader, I joined the Teen Book Club so every week I've been getting super awesome books in my inbox!!!

Check it out!

Happy Tech Week!!!!


This book was amazing!  I mean, I had high hopes for it like I did for XVI, but this one delivered.  I really really enjoyed it!  A dystopian world that you could actually picture is the first thing that went right in this book....unfortunately, it's not to far off from what we have now. I mean e dont have volunteer "regulators" running around the street beating people and performing sporadic raids on people's homes, but the media does determine what we think about things.  And we don't have the government telling us that Love is a disease and we all need to get "fixed", but the way that Lauren Oliver describes the "symptoms" of love is extremely accurate!  To learn more about this book, check out the review link below and the synopsis!  We have this book at the library so be sure to come in and check it out!

"Before scientists found the cure, people thought love was a good thing. They didn’t understand that once love -- the deliria -- blooms in your blood, there is no escaping its hold. Things are different now. Scientists are able to eradicate love, and the governments demands that all citizens receive the cure upon turning eighteen. Lena Holoway has always looked forward to the day when she’ll be cured. A life without love is a life without pain: safe, measured, predictable, and happy.

But with ninety-five days left until her treatment, Lena does the unthinkable: She falls in love."-goodreads

Up next: Matched by Ally Condie

Monday, March 7, 2011

Teen Tech Week is Here!!!!!

Happy Teen Tech Week!!!  All this week, we will be learning about super awesome techy things!  Check out the flyers below for an idea of what you can learn this week....and also come into the library and check out our display of tech books!!! 

Friday, March 4, 2011


So I was super excited about this book!!!!  And then I read was okay.  I think I may have hyped it up in my head too much.  I mean it started out good and I felt like it was really gonna get somewhere...and then it kept going and going and going....and eventually I'm over half way through and it still hasn't picked up!!!  I mean, the author does a good job of filling you in on information, but it just takes so long and then there is no like climactic point to drive it home!!!  I got to the end and felt very dissatisfied.  Now I do have to say that if there is a second book, I would read it because it is totally set up for one.  But if there are no more books to follow up XVI, then I have to say as a stand alone book, it just didn't do it for me.  If you like dystopian fiction and feel like you have the time to give to a possible new series...I say pick it up and take a look!

It seems to me that this book is very flippy floppy....meaning people either really liked it or didn't.  Be the judge for  yourself.

Here's the synopsis and reviews, check it out!!!


"Nina Oberon's life is pretty normal: she hangs out with her best friend, Sandy, and their crew, goes to school, plays with her little sister, Dee. But Nina is 15. And like all girls she'll receive a Governing Council-ordered tattoo on her 16th birthday. XVI. Those three letters will be branded on her wrist, announcing to all the world—even the most predatory of men—that she is ready for sex. Considered easy prey by some, portrayed by the Media as sluts who ask for attacks, becoming a "sex-teen" is Nina's worst fear. That is, until right before her birthday, when Nina's mom is brutally attacked. With her dying breaths, she reveals to Nina a shocking truth about her past—one that destroys everything Nina thought she knew. Now, alone but for her sister, Nina must try to discover who she really is, all the while staying one step ahead of her mother's killer." -goodreads.

Up Next:  I'm over half way through Delirium and it's super good!!!  Til next time!!!

Ms. Laura

Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Book Giveaway!!!

From our friends over at Bookworming101!!!

Welcome to our first giveaway!

Our sponsor is my country’s “impeccable” post office service that made me think my book order was lost in the mail and thus leading me to download the same books in my kindle and have no need for them once they arrived.

The book I chose for this giveaway is Matched by Ally Condie. My review on it was rather harsh, but I look forward to the rest, the book was quite a hit so you could be one of those who loved it and even if you don’t, you can’t deny it looks good on a shelf (superficiality FTW).

The book is the UK paperback version as bought from amazon.

Those of you who fume over the whole “Open ONLY to US/Canada” thing, you have no need to fret, because we’ll always be open internationally! All you have to do is fill out the form and you have a chance to be the winner that shall be determined by this evil randomizer. (You don’t have to be a follower/tweet/post/etc anywhere to enter, but doing so will earn you extra entries.)

Thanks bookworming101 for this awesome opportunity!!!  Click here to go to the giveaways page!!!

From March 1st to April 10th

Monday, February 28, 2011

New Teen Reads for March!!!

Check out the website for everything thats happening this month at the library and be sure to watch for a special blog post about Teen Tech Week Next Week from March 7th-11th!!!!

Saturday, February 26, 2011

Great Graphic Novels for Teens Reading Challenge

March 1st through May 31st, 2011

Open to children ages 13 and up!

If you like reading graphic novels, then this challenge is for you! The Richton Park Library would like to challenge you to read as many of the YALSA Great Graphic Novels for Teens 2011 List as possible! You could win a copy of your favorite paperback graphic novel (some limitations apply)!

Here's all you have to do! Come into the Richton Park Library and check out our Spring Display of the YALSA Great Graphic Novels for Teens. You have until May 31st to read 5 of them. After you read 5 of the graphic novels on the list, come up to the front desk and ask for the Reading Challenge form! From there, you just fill out the 5 graphic novels you read and tell us your favorite graphic novel from those 5 and turn it in!! Better yet - You can enter for every 5 graphic novels from the list you have read (no duplicating books on your forms please!), so the more you read, the more chances you have to win (max. of 12 entries per person)!

Last day for entering the Challenge is May 31st, 2011!

If you have any questions, please ask at the Front Desk!


Thanks Ms. Ashley for coming up with this super awesome Reading Challenge for the Library!   Ms. Ashley also has a Mange and Anime Crew Program once a month, be sure to check it out!

Monday, February 14, 2011

Sneak Peak!!!

For all of you Mortal Instrument fans out there (City of Bones, CIty of Ashes, City of Glass), here is a sneak peak of the fourth book in the series: City of Fallen Angels

Each day during the week of Feb. 14th, one of the below blogs will reveal a version of the same chapter with some key pieces redacted.

By the end of the week, you will be able to piece together the full chapter!

Check out the HERE for more information!!!

Ms. Laura is famous!!!

So I entered us in a contest, and they put my picture on their blog!  Check it out!

Quick reminder, Teen Nutrition with personal trainer/nutritionist Chris Wager (aka Ms Laura's Brother) is this Friday from 4-5:30pm.  Be sure to com eand tell your friends!

Wednesday, February 9, 2011

That's What Liz Read: Author Interview & Giveaways!

That's What Liz Read: Author Interview & Giveaways!: "2 Copies of this great book are up for grabs, 2 Chances to win! Tomorrow's Guardian by Richard Denning Paperback: 368 pages Published: Ja..."

Monday, January 31, 2011

January 31st!

I can't believe it's the end of January already!  Few things:

1. Have you forgotten about Read for a Lifetime???  If you read 4 books by April 1st, you get to come to a Pizza Party!  Message Ms Laura or comment for more details!  Here is a link to the list of books:

Remember, all you have to do is read 4 books...and if you've already read the book for school, well that's a bonus!

2. Have you checked out goodreads yet?  Its can find out what your friends are reading and what they thought about certain books.  To see a sample profile, check out Ms. Laura's HERE!!!
You can even connect your goodreads to your facebook, read reviews of books and much more!

3. Like us on facebook to get updates!!!

4.  Check out the Young Adult Pages on the library's website!

5. Programs for February are as follows:
Teen Valentine’s Day                  Friday, February 4th                      4:00-6:15pm

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and what better way to prepare than to make valentine’s! We will be making Valentines and watching “Valentine’s Day” (PG-13) as well as enjoying delicious snacks! Sign up soon, Limit 25

Teen Board                                   Wednesday, February 9th              4-5:30pm
Are you interested in teen programs? Are you in 7th grade or up? Then think about joining Teen Board. This brand new group will help plan, implement and promote teen programs, decide new materials for us to add to the collection, provide input for the Teen Web page, face book page, MySpace page, and blog, and much more! If you are interested, see Ms. Laura for more information and to sign up.

Teen Nutrition                             Friday, February 18th                      4-5:30pm
Do you know how to stay healthy with today’s preservative and hormone injected food? Come and listen to nutritionist Chris Wager talk about all things healthy and how to steer clear of the dangers that lurk in every supermarket aisle. He will also be offering tips on how to keep fit and active! Sign up today. Limit 25

Teen Book Club                          Wednesday, February 23rd               4-5:30pm
The Teen Book Club will be meeting the 4th Wednesday of every month in the Meeting Room from 4:00-5:30pm. This month's book is "The Dear One" by Jacqueline Woodson and is available for pick up at the front desk. Come and discuss the book and eat delicious baked goods!

Teen Dinner and a Movie            Thursday, February 24th                  6-8pm
Love movies? Love food? Then this is the program for you! Bring a dish with you and we will have dinner and a movie! Dinner will be potluck style so everyone must bring a dish with! Sign up at the front desk with what you are going to bring. Pop, Plates and Cutlery will be provided. Limit 25

6. I am reading XVI at the moment, and cant wait to tell you all about it, check back soon!!!

Friday, January 28, 2011

Nobel Genes

So this was a real fast read with quite a twist!  If you are looking for something quick and good, pick this one up!  Check out the synopsis!

"It's tough to measure up to your parents' expectations. Imagine how much harder it would be if your mother told you that your biological father—whom you'd never met—was a Nobel prize-winning genius? What if, after years of testing and tutoring, you never showed that particular spark of brilliance? What if you found out that you'd been living a lie, and that the truth was darker than you could have imagined?

Does it matter who you come from? Or are we all just made from dust?

In Rune Michaels's most powerful novel yet, she examines the fragile emotions surrounding finding out who we are and what we’re made of." -  

I would give it 3 stars...check out all the books I'm reading on goodreads:

Up next: XVI by Julia Karr

Inkpop Writing Website!

Do you like to write?  Do you like to read what others are writing? Then Check out this new Teen Writing Website!

Inkpop a interactive website where teens can write their down all their book ideas.  One of the main Teen Book Publishers just bought its first manuscript off of here...Look for The Carrier of the Mark by Leigh Fallon.  Look for it Fall 2011!!!  Your book could be next!

Click here to check out this site!

Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Teenage Waistland

Book about 3 (actually 5) teens stories about getting into a Lap Band trial.  What they go through in their lives and how their weight effects it.  It also shows the effects of losing that weight and what it does to their personalities.  There are some twists and turns with some of the characters and I feel like the story mainly really just stems between two chracters, East and Char, while everyone else's story tends to just add to this one.  Of course everyone has their own story, the East/Char one just seems to be the biggest. So this book was pretty good.  I guess you wouldnt relaly understand what these teens are going through if you werent heavier but the author does a pretty good job developing her characters. 

Check out the synopsis!

"“You all believe that losing one-hundred-plus pounds will solve everything, but it won’t. Something far heavier is weighing on you, and until you deal with that, nothing in your lives will be right.”

–Betsy Glass, PhD, at first weekly group counseling session for ten severely obese teens admitted into exclusive weight-loss surgery trial

Patient #1: Female, age 16, 5'4", 288 lbs.
Thrust into size-zero suburban hell by remarried liposuctioned mom. Hates new school and skinny boy-toy stepsister. Body size exceeded only by her big mouth.
Patient #2: Male, age 16, 6'2", 335 lbs.
All-star football player, but if he gets “girl surgery,” as his dad calls it, he’ll probably get benched. Has moobies—male boobies. Forget about losing his V-card—he’s never even been kissed.
Patient #3: Female, age 15, 5'6", 278 lbs.
Morbidly obese and morbid, living alone with severely depressed mother who won’t leave her bed. Best and only friend is another patient, whose dark secret threatens everything Patient #3 believes about life.

Told in the voices of patients Marcie Mandlebaum, Bobby Konopka, and Annie “East” Itou, Teenage Waistland is a story of betrayal, intervention, a life-altering operation, and how a long-buried truth can prove far more devastating than the layers of fat that protect it." -

Up Next: Nobel Genes

Monday, January 24, 2011

Fairy Tale by Cyn Balog

Well I have just been a reading machine this year so far!  I finally finally finally was able to read this book over last weekend and enjoyed it very much!  In fact, it is checked out right now because the day I returned it, someone asked me if it was good and I told them yes so they checked it out!  I love when I can recommend the books I've read to Teens and they end up enjoying them!  Which is the reason for this blog!  I know sometimes Teens get busy and dont have time to come in and talk to me.  Hopefully though they can use this blog as a tool and see what I have been reading and recommending!!!  So here it is....another fairy tale book to add to my growing obsession of fairy tale books!

Check out the synopsis:

"A captivating and witty dark fantasy that will have girls lusting after it.

Morgan Sparks has always known that she and her boyfriend, Cam, are made for each other. But when Cam’s cousin Pip comes to stay with the family, Cam seems depressed. Finally Cam confesses to Morgan what’s going on: Cam is a fairy. The night he was born, fairies came down and switched him with a healthy human boy. Nobody expected Cam to live, and nobody expected his biological brother, heir to the fairy throne, to die. But both things happened, and now the fairies want Cam back to take his rightful place as Fairy King.

Even as Cam physically changes, becoming more miserable each day, he and Morgan pledge to fool the fairies and stay together forever. But by the time Cam has to decide once and for all what to do, Morgan’s no longer sure what’s best for everyone, or whether her and Cam’s love can weather an uncertain future."

...also note: Cyn Balog is the author of Sleepless (which I reviewed over the Summer) and she will have a new book coming out this year entitled Starstruck (July 12, 2011)!!!

Coming up next:  Teenage Waistland which I will finish by this weekend!!!  Stay posted!

Let it Snow: Three Holiday Romances

So I read this book a couple of weeks ago and haven't wrote about it yet!  Let it Snow is a book of 3 short stories about one big blizzard and one little town.  Each story is written by a different author and they kind of overlap so you know that the characters know one another but each story is about completely different things yet the same thing all at once: LOVE! 

It was a really cute book and was really fun to read when it was snowing and Christmastime.  All three authors are good at writing the different characters.  And I was pleased to find one of my personal favorite authors, Lauren Myracle, wrote the last story.  I also learned about two other authors that I had always meant to read something by but never got around to it! John Green, author of will grayson, will grayson & looking for alaska, and Maureen Johnson, author of 13 Little Blue Envelopes, wrote really great stories as well.  If you like comedy and romance, you should definitely check out this book!

Here is the synopsis:

"From School Library Journal

Grade 9 Up–What do a Christmas Eve snowstorm, 14 perky cheerleaders, a Waffle House, and a guy covered in tin foil have in common? Answer: these romantic holiday stories. Through an interconnected cast of characters set in one small Southern town, each author reveals a serendipitous night in the life of a particular teen. In Johnson's Jubilee Express, level-headed Jubilee experiences a traumatic day during which her parents get arrested, her train gets stuck in the snow, and she breaks up with her boyfriend, but in the end finds a new love. Green deftly portrays the teen male perspective with humor and wit in his Cheertastic Christmas Miracle, which starts with an urgent quest for cheerleaders and ends with an eye-opening experience of finding true love right before one's eyes. In Myracle's Patron Saint of Pigs, while agonizing over the pain of a recent breakup, Addie learns about herself and gains respect for relationships at the same time. Tender without being mushy, these carefully crafted stories of believable teen love will leave readers warm inside for the holidays.–Madeline J. Bryant, Los Angeles Public Library

Copyright © Reed Business Information, a division of Reed Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved. "

Richton Park Parks and Recreation Programs February!

Attention Richton Park Residents...did you know that the Richton Park Parks and Recreation Department have programs for Teens!?!?!?  Check out the Programs for February!