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Welcome teen visitors! Since you’ve arrived here @ wtmlib.info, you know that you can visit us virtually as well as at our Main Street scene. You might be surprised, though, by all that there is for you here:
- If you consider yourself a Reading Fool, you can easily learn about new and exciting releases, and exchange opinions with like-minded readers.
- We have events ranging from crafts to comedy shows to just plain hilarious fun – check out the Teen Scene.
- If you like being involved in creative and rewarding activities, and offering input on your teen collection, consider joining the Teen Advisory Board.
- We also provide you with solid resources to help you study, conduct research and prepare for your next level of education.
So, as long as you’re here, take a look around …
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Meet the Author, Dr. Bridget Cooper ~
Feed the Need: Teen Edition
Who: Teens and adults
*** NEW DATE AND TIME ***
When: Sunday, March 29, 2015
Place: Friends Room
Dr. Bridget Cooper, a Glastonbury resident, returns to the Welles-Turner Memorial Library to discuss her new books.
In the groundbreaking and honest book, Feed the Need: Teen Edition, Dr. Cooper helps teens to discover how to identify, understand and feed their core emotional needs so they can live more harmoniously with themselves and others. Feed the Need: Teen Edition will positively change the way teens see problems and strengthen and empower them to solve them. If you’re a teen, or you know one, this is the book discussion for you!
Dr. Cooper’s latest book, Stuck U, provides a roadmap for change, personally and professionally. An experienced and dynamic educator, facilitator, executive coach, and management and leadership consultant, she was trained in systems theory and uses this orientation to help people of all ages understand and take responsibility for their role in their relationships. Her core drive is to help people to be passionate and invigorated about their lives so that they will propel themselves toward success and create healthy, strong and happy relationships.
Books will be available for signature and sale at the event. Registration required online or at the Reference Desk at 860-652-7720.
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