Teen Lounge

Each of our libraries has special areas for our young adult collection, this range of resources includes general fictiongraphic novels, popular teen magazines and audio books.

As part of our HSC Resources, the library provides a range of Excel and Personal Interest Project (PIP) study guides.

Or, you can:

  • Download an eBook, or eAudiobook  onto you mobile device. 
  • View one of our the latest eMagazines – Girlfriend, Seventeen, Dirt Action, Tracks, Surfing Life and many more.
  • Stream movies
  • Search for newspaper articles for your school assignments. Just use your library card to find them on our online eResources.

Check out our ‘ChillOut Zone’ at the new Grafton Library. Grab a book and find a quite spot to read/study. Or, meet-up and go gaming with a friend.

Not sure what to read next?

The following websites are designed for Teen

Cereal Readers is a book resource website where you can find books published in series for children and young adults.


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Life Skills

Need some advice but don’t know where to go? 

Check out some of these websites, they may give you the answers you need.

Learning to driveAussie Drivers

Staying safe and healthy

Drug Info   Up-to-date resources relating to drugs, alcohol and the law. Provides information on binge drinking, Schoolies, drink driving and study resources for PDHPE students. 
                                          There are some real risks you need to be aware of when you’re online. Find out how to deal with cyberbullying, unwanted contact and much more.

Headspace provides early intervention mental health services to 12-25 year olds. This covers four core areas: mental health, physical health, work and study support and alcohol and other drug services.  

beyond blue Are you feeling down? This national website has information about depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder and postnatal depression.
Lawstuff is run by the National Children’s and Youth Law centre to help provide legal information to children and young people in Australia.

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