Teens will get together to chat up their favorite titles Wednesday, Feb. 9, when the Greenwich Library launches its Young Adult Science Fiction and Fantasy Book Club.
With the growing popularity of young adult titles, the library wanted to give high school students a place to share their thoughts about books theyre reading. Some of the most circulated books in the library are "The Twilight Saga," "The Hunger Games," "The Last Apprentice" and "City of Bones," said Kate Petrov, the librarys public relations officer.
Librarian Ed Morrissey said sci-fi and fantasy are the two most popular genres students like to read. The club will feature discussions of titles with characters, engaging story lines and messages that cause teens to wrestle with the difficult questions of what it means to be a young adult."
The group will start meeting monthly Feb. 9 at 4 p.m. in the Teen Central area of the library. For more information, call (203) 622-7918.
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