Teen Virtual Book Club

Great news! Sno-Isle Libraries is now participating in Baker & Taylor’s Teen Virtual Book Club. Every month we’ll have an exciting teen book that is perfect for reading and discussing with friends and in classrooms. The best part? We are offering unlimited, immediately available eBook access - no waiting or holds queues!

The other best part? You can ask the author all about the book during a live virtual author event hosted by Baker & Taylor and Sourcebooks every month. Register using the links at the top of the Baker & Taylor Book Club page.

To borrow a book club selection, go to the Baker & Taylor Book Club page and create a log-in using the following credentials:

  • LIBRARY CARD ID: While labeled 'Library Card ID', please instead enter SIPLBC plus the last 5 digits of your phone number. Example: SIPLBC12340
  • PIN: a passcode of your choice (alpha or numeric)

Then checkout the current month’s feature title to read in your device’s browser. You can also store the book in your browser for offline reading.

Upcoming Teen Book Club selections:

The Dark Tide by Alicia Jasinska 

Sixteen-year-old Lina Kirk sacrifices herself to her sinking island's Witch Queen, Eva, to save her brother and her secret crush, but when she and Eva fall in love, everyone is in danger.

Author Event – Tuesday, December 1 at 4pm                

January 2021
What Kind of Girl by Alyssa Sheinmel 

Told in multiple voices, when popular Mike Parker's girlfriend informs North Bay Academy's principal that he has been hitting her, students react differently, revealing their own insecurities and problems.

Author event – Tuesday, January 26 at 4pm

February 2021
be Be Dazzled by Ryan LaSala

Seventeen-year-old Raffy is determined to win a cosplay competition that could lead to art school admission and respect for his talent, but being paired with his main competitor, ex-boyfriend Luca, complicates things.

Author event - TBD

March 2021
Yesterday is History by Kosoko Jackson (publishing Feb. 21)
Author event - TBD


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