Film Maker Workshop
Saturday, March 7 from 4 – 8 pm
Celebrate Teen Tech Week: Libraries are for Making with this hands-on workshop about film production presented by Alex Thomas and Friends, a collaborative group of Michigan artists. Space is limited, registration required. Pizza will be provided. This event is open to anyone in 6th through 12th grade. This event continues after the library closes.
Gear up for Reel Michigan competition. The Reel Michigan Film Festival takes place in June as part of Northville's Arts & Acts event. The deadline to submit your Michigan-made short film is Friday, April 17. Find more information here: https://www.facebook.com/notes/reel-michigan/reel-michigan-call-for-entry-deadline-april-17-2015/796923097029193
Be Safe on the Internet
The Internet is a great place to hang out and chat with friends, and it provides a huge amount of information useful for school projects or just for fun. But there are also dangers involved in surfing the Internet and by being aware of them, you can keep yourself safe.
For example, chatrooms can be a dangerous area on the Internet. Read up on how to be aware of dangerous situations. There’s also some great info on Instant Messaging and email and “spamming”.
- Always keep your identity private.
- Do not respond to email, chat comments or Instant Messages that make you feel uncomfortable.
- If you feel uneasy about something, it’s probably not a good situation. Go with your gut feeling and stay away!
- Talk with your parents about their rules for going online.
- FBI > Kids Safety, http://www.fbi.gov/fun-games/kids/kids-safety
- NSTeens, http://www.nsteens.org/
- Safe Teens, http://www.safeteens.com/
- Teen Health > Online Safety, http://kidshealth.org/teen/safety/safebasics/internet_safety.html
- WebMD > Teen Internet Safety Tips, http://teens.webmd.com/features/teen-internet-safety-tips
Library Policies for Internet Use:
Each summer, teens can volunteer at the library as part of our Teen Corps. Volunteers help with a variety of programs and tasks at the library, ranging from crafts, games, ticket taking for performances, sorting and shelving library materials, data entry, computer tutoring.
Who is eligible?
Students entering seventh grade through students beginning college in the Fall are eligible to apply.
When can I sign up?
Beginning April 15, applications are available at the Information Desk. Completed applications are due by May 15. Acceptance into the program and schedule confirmation will be within the first week of June. A June date for the mandatory orientation will be noted on the application.
The Library depends on its Teen Corps volunteers to help the summer programs and operations run smoothly. Volunteers are instructed and assigned to specific tasks appropriate to their age and skill levels. If you would like to give back to your library community this summer, please pick up an application this April. Hours may qualify for community service hours.
BOTB - 2008 Results
Battle of the Books 2008
Total Scores for Each Team
Maximum Possible Score: 56 questions, 5 pts each = 280 points
Top 10 Teams
- The Book Jackets - 278
- Shooting Stars - 272
- Masked Marauders - 268
Book Keepers from Jupiter - 268
- Ronnslcl (Ronsickle) - 264
- Wizards - 260
Court Jesters - 260
Book Fans 2 - 260
- The Rambunctious Readers - 244
- Fig Newtons - 242
- Sports Readers - 237
- Wisecrackers - 236
Tie Dye Turtles - 236
- Reading Rockstars - 234
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|Akatsuki Gang||The Aloha Readers||Book Bunnies||Book Fans 2||The Book Jackets||Book Keepers from Jupiter||The Bookworms||The Breviators||The Court Jesters||Cover to Cover Girls||The Einsteins|
|Fig Newtons||Fine Print||Flip Floppin' Readers||Hooked 2 Books||Lightning Bolts||Literature Thieves||Lollipops||Masked Marauders||The Nobles|
|Pajama Pals||The Patriots||The Pink Ladies||Pink Royal Pages||Pobanonans||The Rambunctious Readers||Reading Raiders||Reading Rockstars||Red Rockets||Riding Readers|
|Rockin' Reader Divas||Ronnslcl (Ronsickle)||The Royal Readers||Shooting Stars||Sports Readers||Tie-Dye Turtles||Tooth Fairy Tales||Warriors||Wisecrackers||Wizards|
COSTUME AWARDSCLICK HERE FOR MORE PICTURES
Audience Favorite = Aloha Readers
Most Creative = Hooked 2 Books
Most Elaborate = Tooth Fairy Tales
Fit to Name = Tye Dye Turtles
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Teens! Your area of the library features comfy chairs, lots of windows and our complete teen collection of books, graphic novels, comics, magazines, audiobooks, music CDs & our test preparation books.
All programs for students in sixth through twelfth grade, unless otherwise noted.
Video Game Collection
The Northville District Library contains a collection of video games! We offer games for the PS3, Xbox 360 and Nintendo Wii. Games can be checked out for one (1) week. Limit (2) games per person. The collection is located on the Lower Level of the Library, near the Informational Media collection. Check it out!
Looking for Video Game events? Check out the Teen Special Events!
Nintendo Wii Titles
Tales of Symphonia: Dawn of the New World
Super Mario Galaxy
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
Big Brain Academy: Wii Degree
The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess
Rayman Raving Rabbids TV Party
Star Wars: The Force Unleashed
Metroid Prime 3: Corruption
Pinball Hall of Fame
Lego Star Wars: The Complete Saga
Wario Land Shake It!
Tiger Woods PGA Tour 09 All-Play
Harvest Moon: Tree of Tranquility
WWE: Smackdown Vs Raw 2009
Animal Crossing: City Folk
James Bond: Quantum of Solace
Rygar: The Battle of Argus
and many more titles will be added soon!