Young Adult Services
Young adults at the Hall Memorial Library are teens in grades 7-12. We have materials and programs just for you. Our Young Adult Advisory Board gives teens a chance to have their voice heard and their choices count. They help pick new books and music, plan programs, and have fun meeting new people! Stop in and ask about it.
Stop in and visit the young adult area at the Hall Memorial Library. It's a great place to do homework, listen to music, play checkers, or just hang out with friends. Find stuff to read in our collection and feel free to tell us what you think. We would like some suggestions from you!
What else can you do at the library?
You can surf the internet, check email, type research papers, and find out just about anything. We offer special programs just for teens, all kinds of contests (with prizes, of course) and a really smart staff waiting to help answer your questions. Try us, you will like us!
- NoveList Reader's Advisory Service for reading recommendations for both fiction and nonfiction, for all ages.
- NEW! MagillOnLiterature Plus
Contains biographical essays of the 2,500 most studied authors. More than 8,500 writers of fiction, poetry, drama, and essays are featured. More than 400 comprehensive essays on specific literary genres, themes and settings.
- Museum Passes Borrow passes for free or discounted admission to cool museums and attractions.
- Hoopla Borrow movies, TV series, music, and eaudio books for free with your library card.
- Driving-Tests: Thanks to a partnership with Driving-Tests website, the Hall Memorial Library is proud to offer free online test prep for students preparing for their CT driving tests! Click on the banner below to visit our exclusive website, where you can choose from several different permit tests. no library card number or personal information is needed! This resource is also great for anyone looking to brush up on their knowledge of Connecticutâ€™s traffic laws or interested in getting their motorcycle or CDL license. A helpful FAQ section addresses questions residents might have about visiting their local DMV.
- Library Elf Register your library card to and keep track of your library materials. Elf will even send you a messages about upcoming due dates.
- Wowbrary Check out our latest arrivals. Have the list sent to your email or phone.
- ACORN Try our library's new catalog app...you can search for items in your home library and other Bibliomation libraries. You can also place holds, see what you have checked out, and renew items! It's free on Google Play and the App Store...brought to you by Bibliomation, Inc..