The library building is open for Plum Pickup Service by appointment only effective Fri, Nov 20. In-person browsing, computer usage, and research is suspended until further notice. Click here for more information.
All activities will be completed via Beanstack and can be completed from home. Several of the activities provide the opportunity to earn service hours – be sure to read the activity description thoroughly and follow the directions so that your service hours can be documented. This program will run through April 30th; be sure to check the challenge from time to time because new activities will be added periodically.
Don't miss out! Sign up for the Helen Plum Teen Events Remind Group to find out when new activities are posted. Learn more about it here or go directly to the signup information here.An announcement will be made to the Remind group when new activities are posted.
This challenge is open to any 6th-12th grader who attends a school within the Helen Plum Library service area.
Do Something: To help yourself, help others, help the larger community.
Katie G: 5 years ago Andie Bell was murdered by Sal - everyone in town is convinced he did it. Everyone except Pippa. She decides to dig deeper into the murder and continues to investigate it for her capstone project in high school. Pip ...
Zalfa: This book is really good. I first read it in 6th grade. It is about a 16 year old boy who's mother got exiled from their city. He has to go through a very hard test with his friends to find out why. This series is a trilogy.
AL: Anne of Green Gables: a wholesome story of the events involved with the upbringing of a brilliant orphan girl. She emphasizes the zest for life, true relationships and encourages creativity and use of imagination among all. Anne of G...