Sign up for FourScore, our year-round reading program for teens, on Beanstack and earn great prizes as you read these books. Vote for your favorite. Many of these titles may also be available as an ebook or eaudio. Check the catalog for more details.
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On June 19, 1865, two years after the Emancipation Proclamation was declared, the enslaved Black people in Galveston, TX finally became free. This day has since been filled with celebration in recognition of the abolition of slavery.

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Read With Us

Read with Us This Summer!

It's time to sign up for Summer Reading 2024! Read with us on Beanstack - create a new account or log in with an existing account at

Download the Beanstack Tracker App for easy access. 

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Visit the Kids' World or Hub desks starting on June 1st to pick up a reading log and claim your registration prize!

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100 Books Before High School

100 Books Before High School

Reading all these recommended books can win you prizes! Teens and tweens in grades 4–8 can sign up for the 100 Books Before High School program and earn awesome prizes. Sign up and log books at

Just for signing up, you’ll get a cool drawstring backpack. For every 20 books logged, you’ll earn a badge and a free book. Once you reach the summit of Mount 100 Books, you’ll earn a High School Survival Kit designed & built by our Teen Advisory Board, and include a mechanical pencil, mints, a super-pack of sticky notes, and so much more. 

All prize books and High School Survival Kits were generously funded by the Friends of the Library. Participants can only complete the program and earn prizes one time.


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Looking for a book, but all copies are checked out? Or maybe you'd rather read or listen to a book on your mobile device? Check out our collection of eBooks, audiobooks and eMagazines! Click the links below to browse our collection. Need help? Step-by-step instructions can be found on the library's website or stop by the Hub Desk.

  • cloudLibraryDownload eBooks on your computer or mobile device.
  • hooplaStream movies, TV episodes, music, audiobooks, eBooks and eComics to your computer or mobile device.
  • Libby Magazines or Flipster: Read magazines for your computer or mobile device.

Want to see what's new to check out at the library? Sign up for our Teen Scene eNewsletter to get a monthly email with some new YA reads!

  • Teen Scene eNewsletter: Fill out your contact info then scroll down to the What to Read section and check off Teen Scene.