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Welcome to the BPL-Teen's home on Tumblr. Check here for info about programs, book reviews, recommendations, photos of past events, & pictures of cute fluffy things.


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cthulhu-sama:

I love public school

Is that… pizza?

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Reblog if you are a book or writing blog!

alex-loves-books:

escaphilia:

escaphilia:

I am attempting to find my people~

I have found many people.  The real question is, have I found all the people.

I was missing :)

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schoollibraryjournal:

Sneak peek: Our August cover. #fanfiction

schoollibraryjournal:

Sneak peek: Our August cover. #fanfiction

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cscoville:

Me trying to make friends

cscoville:

Me trying to make friends

(Source: cats-are-sluts, via knitmeapony)

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beerburritowhiskey:

Some of the fan art for ‘Star Wars: Episode VII’ has really been interesting, both graphically and conceptually:

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dorkly:

Handmade Horrors and Knitted Nerdery by a UK Mom

Hannah Simpson is an Oxford-based artist and knitting enthusiast who just so happens to be a big-time nerd about music, games, and horror movies. That’s probably why she’s decided to craft these fuzzy homages to her favorite things.

Click here for more pictures!

And then come to “Stitch ‘N’ Time” every second Saturday at the Berwyn Public Library to knit/crochet and watch some sci-fi!

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Jon Stewart, explaining to young people why books are awesome.

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livingthroughbooks:

diversityinya:

10 Recent Contemporary LGBTQ YA Books

In honor of Pride month, here are 10 YA books about contemporary LGBT experiences just published this year. If you haven’t had a chance to check them out yet, now’s a great time!

Great and Everything Leads To You are both really really good!

(via yabooknerdlibrarian)

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Kiki’s Delivery Service (1989)

Kiki’s Delivery Service (1989)

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figmentdotcom:

Who hasn’t imagined one of these?

figmentdotcom:

Who hasn’t imagined one of these?

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