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Hi, I'm Dawn your Service Center Teen Librarian

I work out of our Service Center in Tulalip, and am the face behind our Facebook page. Like our Sno-Isle Teens page and say 'Hi' sometime. Challenge me to find a book you would like!

My Favorites:


The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl, The True Meaning of Smekday, The Bartimaeus series on audiobook, If I Stay, The Princess Bride, The Book Thief, The Time Traveler's Wife


Mad Max Fury Road, A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night, Once, Made in Heaven, Blade Runner, Jump Tomorrow, Pieces of April, Amelie + great documentaries.


TV on the Radio, Matt and Kim, The Black Keys, Busdriver, Los Campesinos, Band of Horses, Jamie XX, Beirut, Sigur Ros, Budos Band, Neutral Milk Hotel, Built to Spill.

Web sites:

Internet Movie Database, Twitter, Pinterest, Facebook, Good Reads


Fresh cut veggies, sushi, raw almonds, super dark chocolate, good cheese, spicy ramen, dim sum for brunch.


Mochas, ginger beer, lemonade.

TV Shows:

Modern Family, Game of Thrones, Orange is the New Black, IT Crowd, True Detective, The Wire, SNL.

Video Games:

Neko Atsume, Toy Blast, Guitar Hero, Tetris, Draw Something.

Upcoming Programs:

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My Picks:

Special printable version of this list
Born on the day the last Calvin and Hobbes comic strip was published, seventeen-year-old Calvin, a schizophrenic, sees and has conversations with the tiger, Hobbes, and believes that if he can persuade the strip's creator, Bill Watterson, to do one more strip, he will make Calvin well.
Furiously happy : {a funny book about horrible things}
Jenny Lawson explores her lifelong battle with mental illness.
More happy than not
After enduring his father's suicide, his own suicide attempt, broken friendships, and more in the Bronx projects, Aaron Soto, sixteen, is already considering the Leteo Institute's memory-alteration procedure when his new friendship with Thomas turns to unrequited love.
A story about a homeless boy and his imaginary friend that proves in unexpected ways that friends matter, whether real or imaginary.
Space dumplins
For Violet Marlocke, family is the most important thing in the whole galaxy. So when her father goes missing while on a hazardous job, she can't just sit around and do nothing. To get him back, Violet throws caution to the stars and sets out with a group of misfit friends on a quest to find him. But space is big and dangerous, and she soon discovers that her dad has been swallowed by a giant, planet-eating whale. With her father's life on the line, nothing is going to stop Violet from trying to rescue him and keep her family together.
The girl with all the gifts
Not every gift is a blessing. Every morning, Melanie waits in her cell to be collected for class. When they come for her, Sergeant Parks keeps his gun pointing at her while two of his people strap her into the wheelchair. She thinks they don't like her. She jokes that she won't bite. But they don't laugh. Melanie is a very special girl. Emotionally charged and gripping from beginning to end, The girl with all the gifts is the most powerful and affecting thriller you will read this year.
The unbeatable Squirrel Girl. Vol. 1, Squirrel power
Wolverine, Deadpool, Doctor Doom, Thanos: There's one hero that's beaten them all-and now she's got her own ongoing series! (Not that she's bragging.) That's right, you asked for it, you got it, it's Squirrel Girl! (She's also starting college this semester.) It's the start of a brand-new set of adventures starring the nuttiest and most upbeat super hero in the world!

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