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Teen Magazines

Hey, did you know we’ve got magazines is the teen section of the library? Check these out, and if you think we should be getting a magazine you don’t see here, comment me!

April 3, 2014 at 2:56 pm Leave a comment

Be On the Lookout

Magazine fans, be on the lookout for a few new mags coming your way in the next few months. If you didn’t know we even had teen magazines, be sure to check out the spinning rack in the YA Corner, where we already have Alternative Press, Seventeen, BMX Plus, Teen Vogue, Justine, Transworld Skateboarding, Spin, Mad, Teen Voices, Game Informer, and J-14.

Here are our newest titles, coming soon!

Otaku USA
 Sad about Shonen Jump’s jump to online-only? Check out Otaku USA, which features “…comprehensive coverage of manga, anime, videogames and Japanese pop culture written from an American point of view. Otaku USA also publishes 32 pages of the hottest manga previews from the top publishers.” — otakuusamagazine.com

Girls’ Life “Each issue of GL is packed with the stuff girls crave—real information and advice—from academic success to peer pressure to time-management and stress-relieving tips … Girls’ Life also features: Beauty and fashion features, fun and revealing quizzes, exclusive celebrity interviews, cringe-worthy embarrassing moments” and more! — girlslife.com

WWE Magazine
“WWE Magazine goes behind the scenes and beyond the ring to offer fans incredible and exclusive WWE content. Dive inside the WWE with in-depth features and one-on-one interviews.” — wwe.com/magazine

 

 

December 4, 2012 at 8:08 pm Leave a comment

Goodbye Shonen Jump


Shonen Jump fans, it’s a sad month for you. If you haven’t heard, SJ is going all digital and the April issue is the last print issue. The good news is the April issue is now available at the library, so come in and enjoy it while you can!

April 23, 2012 at 9:10 am 1 comment

10 Things You Might Not Know About the Library

  1. We have TV series on DVD.  Come in and check out Glee, Modern Family, The Secret Life of the American Teenager, Vampire Diaries, The Office and more.
    
  2. You can take practice tests for the ACT, PSAT, SAT, AP Exams and more using our Testing and Education Reference Center.  You can also see in-depth information about college programs.  Just click here to access the Testing Center.  Your user ID is your Winfield Library card number.  

  3. We’ve got a Flickr photostream with pictures from library events.  Check it out at www.flickr.com/photos/winfieldpubliclibrary

  4. If you forget your library card, but you have your school photo ID with your name on it, you may still check out library materials. 

  5. Our all ages chess club meets once a month.  The next meeting is Saturday, December 11 at 10:00 a.m.  The club meets in our Youth Services department, but adults, teens, and kids are all welcome to join. 

  6. If you need to do research for a school project, click here to access Encyclopedia Britannica to get biographical information, timelines, atlases, country comparisons and for general research.  You can even make your own custom charts to compare information.  Your password is your library card number. 

  7. Back issues of magazines may be checked out for two weeks.  Check out the teen magazines, like Alternative Press, Shonen Jump, Mad Magazine, Teen Voices, Seventeen, Game Informer and more. 

  8. If you need a book but we don’t have it, you can request an interlibrary loan and we’ll get it for you from another library.  Just ask for a form at the front desk. 

  9. If you have to write a paper about a social issue, like abortion, cloning, global warming, or another controversial issue, SIRS Knowledge Source is perfect for you.  A quick call to the library will get you the password information if you have a Winfield Library card. 

  10. We have a suggestion box in the teen area of the library.  Drop in a card with the names of books you want me to buy, ideas for library programs, or general comments.  If you want a personal response, put your name and number or email on the card.  Anonymous suggestions are welcome, too!

November 16, 2010 at 12:25 pm 1 comment

Teen Voices

We’ve got a new teen magazine this month: Teen Voices.  This amazing magazine is written by, for, and about teen girls, giving them a powerful, real voice to discuss the issues they face, on subjects from college essays to bullying to relationships and much more. 

Don’t miss this new magazine, and check out the online version at www.teenvoices.com.

October 20, 2010 at 9:00 am 1 comment

Mad Magazine

Mad Magazine January 2010

Our first two issues of Mad Magazine have arrived!  So check out the 20 Dumbest People, Events and Things of 2009 in the January issue,  plus classics like Spy vs. Spy, the Fold-In, and more.

January 8, 2010 at 1:49 pm Leave a comment

New Magazines Coming Soon

Mad MagazineShonen JumpI just subscribed to two new magazines for the Y.A. Corner, so be on the lookout for MAD Magazine and Shonen Jump.  

I’ve still got room for one or two other magazines on our shelves, so comment me with suggestions!

November 4, 2009 at 11:05 am Leave a comment

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