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At FPL, we have a space dedicated not just to teen books but to teens themselves. Complete with a large collection of Young Adult books, study rooms, and a gaming room, the Teen Library is a space to relax, study, hang out with friends, and, most importantly, thrive.   

FPL created a dedicated teens-only space that offers freedom, safety, and a place to study and be with friends exclusively for our patrons aged 11–18.

Learn more about our Teen library

Looking for a quiet place to study? Reserve one of our study rooms in the Teen Library.

Reserve a study room

eBooks for Teens

We know that teens are tech-savvy, so we offer access to fiction and nonfiction eBooks just for them! 

Find your next read!

NoveList Plus - Search our online database for ideas based on your reading preferences. Also great for finding your child's next book.  

Additional Recommended Websites: 

+ Goodreads   

+ Fantastic Fiction  

Free Resources for Teens!

FPL offers a wide variety of free resources for teens to access at the library and at home! 

Fayetteville Public Library YouTube - We have recorded a variety of events from pilates and concerts to author talks and workshops!

iCard - The FPL iCard is an “Internet Only” library card. The FPL i-Card gives students access to ALL library eResources.

Brainfuse - Live online homework help and tutoring, skill-building, writing assistance, and ACT/SAT practice. 

Culture Grams - Learn about the world's countries, cultures, and peoples.  

Teen Events
Sat, Sep 23, 10:00am - 11:00am
Event Center
Sing and Dance with Papa Rap!

Sat, Sep 23, 2:00pm - 4:00pm
Art & Movement Room
Space and science inspire art in this workshop with artist and instructor, Art Girl Shay.
This event is full

Mon, Sep 25, 5:00pm - 6:00pm
First Security Bank Board Room
Join us for the September meeting of the Boundless Book Society. Registrants will get the chance to meet the book's author during the True Lit festival!

Mon, Sep 25, 6:00pm - 7:30pm
Ann Henry Board Room
Students will use math skills to learn how video games are created.
This event is full

Tue, Sep 26, 4:30pm - 5:30pm
Schmieding Foundation Teen Project Room
This club is for teens interested in creative writing.

Wed, Sep 27, 4:30pm - 6:00pm
Schmieding Foundation Teen Project Room
Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month by making your very own Mayan Kite!

Wed, Sep 27, 6:30pm - 7:30pm
CFI: J.B. and Johnelle Hunt Center for Innovation
Join us and learn about the Heat Press and the Vinyl Printers! Each participant will earn a digital badge on their library card, allowing them to book the equipment anytime through our website.
This event is full

Thu, Sep 28, 5:30pm - 7:30pm
CFI: Koenig Family Fabrication and Robotics Lab
Join us and learn about filament and resin 3D printing! Each participant will earn a 3D print badge on their library card, allowing them to book the equipment anytime through our website.
This event is full

Thu, Sep 28, 6:00pm - 7:00pm
Leverenz Room
Join like-minded crafters and work on your current project.

Teen Events

Teen Advisory Board (TAB) is open to students in grades 7–12. TAB helps FPL better serve teens by planning relevant programming, reviewing existing items in library collections as well as recommending new additions, and volunteering at eligible library-sponsored events. 

Boundless Book Society is a pressure-free, monthly teen book club that features acclaimed and diverse books. Registrants will receive a copy of the book to keep. We will meet in person at the library and simultaneously on Zoom to chat about books! The best part is you do not have to read the book before the meeting – you can still join us for the chat.  

Summer Reading Club (SRC) is our way of encouraging everyone to read together all summer long – in whatever form that takes! It could be audiobooks, eBooks, graphic novels, picture books, chapter books – we love them all!  You can win prizes at certain milestones, and special events are held throughout the summer.   

Gaming at FPL is open to those in grades 5–12 and is first come, first served. The Teen Library has a gaming room with an X-box and Nintendo Switch, and board and table games are also available. Gaming events can be found here.    

WordPlay Writers' Club for 4 – 12 grades provides a weekly meeting place for young authors who are interested in honing their creative writing skills. Writers receive writing prompts, discuss tips and tricks, and have fun sharing the projects they have been working on.