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LOL at the Keene Public Library with Activities, Books, and Websites

Fun for Teens at the Library:

Have you visited the library's Teen Corner lately? We have a space just for you, with book displays, activities, magazines, graphic novels, DVDs and more. We also have a variety of scheduled programs including movies, yoga, theater/living history production, writing, gaming and more.  

If you are interested in other programs at the library, please let us know. Other activities could include book clubs, film making, photography, computer programing, craft projects like book binding, screen printing, and more. For more information or question please contact Brantley Palmer, Teen Services Librarian, (603) 757-1872 .

books Recommended Book Resources:

Bat Boy lives!: the Weekly world news guide to politics, culture, celebrities, alien abductions, and the mutant freaks that shape our world by David Perel and the editors of the Weekly world news

The book of bunny suicides by Andy Riley

The curious book of mind-boggling teasers, tricks, puzzles & games by Charles Barry Townsend

The Darwin awards: evolution in action by Wendy Northcutt

Ghosts caught on film: photographs of the paranormal by Melvyn Willin 

Hippo eats dwarf: a field guide to hoaxes and other B.S. by Alex Boese

It's happy bunny: Life. Get one and other words of wisdom and junk that will make you wise or something by Jim Benton

Pick me up: stuff you need to know

Weirdos from another planet!: a Calvin and Hobbes collection by Bill Watterson

World Wide Web Recommended websites for fun and games:


eSpin the Bottle

Free Rice


Create Your Own Comix Strips at Make Beliefs Comix


Daily Sudoko

How to draw cartoons

Draw Manga

Making Fiends

Draw Bart Simpson

Draw Snoopy cartoons

Draw Southpark cartoons

Simpsonize Me

U.S. Chess Online


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