Welcome To The Teen Page!

Welcome Teens!

The Petoskey District Library Teen Services page is a place to nurture knowledge, drive discovery, and connect community!

Please take the time to check out our resources and our events calendar to find out more!

Midterm Study Lab @ the Library

Petoskey High School Students!

Join us at the Petoskey District Library for our Midterm Study Labs! The Library will provide space for studying (with or without a group), snacks, and games and activities for when you need a break!

If you require a quiet, private space, just come to the teen desk and we will assist you.

Teen Study Labs will be ongoing throughout midterms week (January 17th-20th), after school until closing.

For more information, please contact Nisa Kesseler at 758-3148 or email nkesseler@petoskeylibrary.org

Meet Your Book Match!

Teens and tweens!

Are you stuck, trying to figure out your next read? Then you have come to the right spot!

Let us help you out! Click here to get started! This simple form will help us pick out your next read!

For more information, contact Nisa Kesseler at 231-758-3148 or email nkesseler@petoskeylibrary.org

MI Library Quest: Winter Mystery Edition

MiLibraryQuest logo, image of detective holding open book, the text MiLibraryQuest Mystery Edition

“I wouldn’t bother to try to find locals to talk to- there aren’t usually many people living around here.”

Teens we need your help! The world famous thief Lupin has struck again! This time he pilfered the laptop of a best selling Michigan author containing the only copy of their latest novel. The sleuthing starts February 1st…please help us find where Lupin has stashed the laptop by decoding his taunting notes (like the one above) to Inspector Skirmish before the draft is due on March 15th!

Click on the logo to begin your investigation!

 

 

 

Anti-Racism Resources for Teens

Part of our commitment to creating a welcoming, respectful space here at the Petoskey District Library is sharing resources with patrons so they can learn and understand points of view that may differ from their own. To that end, Teen Services staff have compiled some resources that we will share here and that we will periodically update as needed. We have also created a list of questions to facilitate discussions between teens and their families.

Anti-racism resources

Anti-Racism Discussion Questions