Teens

The Ferguson Library’s Youth Services Department is the library home for children from birth through the teen years and the parents, teachers, and professionals who care for them.

If you have a question about our services for teens, you can get in touch by:

  • Submitting a question from our Contact Us page
  • Calling the Youth Information desk at 203-351-8242
  • Calling the Youth Reference desk at 203-351-8243
  • Using the "Chat with Us" button on our website

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Summer Learning Club


Our Summer Learning Club, Read, Renew, Repeat begins June 15. We’re making it easy for teens to read with lots of incentives and fun activities. Registration opens on the June 15.

When you join the Summer Learning Club you'll receive a FREE Stamford tote bag and 6 raffle tickets.

Digital Books for Teens

Hoopla Digital

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Download and stream ebooks, audiobooks, music, movies, comic books, and TV shows. You can checkout up to 10 items per month.

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Kanopy

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Stream classic cinema, indie films, and top documentaries! Tickets are used to play videos on Kanopy. Each month, you receive 15 tickets from the library. Your tickets reset on the first day of the month, and unused tickets don't roll over to the next month.

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Overdrive

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Use Overdrive’s Libby app to download ebooks, audiobooks, and magazines right to your smartphone or tablet. Enjoy bestsellers and classics for adults, teens, and kids.

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Resources for Teens

Tutor.com

Tutor.com has live access to tutors, tutorials, study guides and more

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Access Science - Covering all major scientific disciplines and contnuously reviewed and updated, a collection of articles from McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Science & Technology and McGraw-Hill Yearbook of Science & Technology.

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Teens Health is a resource for parents, kids, teens, and educators with facts on physical, emotional, and behavioral wellness.

Teen Library Updates

Community Impact Survey from United Way of Coastal & Western Connecticut

United Way of Coastal and Western Connecticut (UWCWC) is embarking on a strategic planning process. Your insights will help shape the future of the organization, ensuring that their efforts align with the priorities and aspirations of the community. Please take a few minutes to fill out their  Community Input survey, which will remain open through January 23. 

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Commemorate MLK Jr. at the Library

Leading up to Martin Luther King Jr. Day, the library will host special events to honor and celebrate Dr. King. All events are free.

Beginning Saturday, January 13 at 10:30 a.m., the South End Branch will host Family Craft. Participants of all ages will work together to create a scroll depicting Dr. King’s six principles of nonviolence.

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