Youth Guides & Pathfinders
Focused on a specific topic, our subject guides and pathfinders can help you discover the resources you need.
Downloads for You
Our downloadable guides range from new release lists to “how to” instructions designed to help you with our collection.
Connect with Your Librarians
Join our Youth Department's Goodreads Group: connect with your librarians and other Goodreads Group members to discuss and share book recommendations.
Did you know your library card can help you with your homework? The library subscribes to a variety of online resources that you won't find in a Google search. We give you access to digital versions of encyclopedias, journals, magazines and other reference sources you can trust.
If you still have questions, just visit our Youth Services or Reference areas at the library, or call us at (614) 486-9621.
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The Kids and Teens Blog
As snow melts and flowers start to bloom, spring is not the only thing around the corner. If you are a junior, or even a sophomore, it may be time to start thinking about colleges! This may seem like a daunting ( SAT word) task—so many tests, choices, decisions—but Upper Arlington Library has a lot of resources to help make this big life-changing decision more manageable.
Whether you need to take the GED, ACT, or SAT, we have workbooks that can help take you through the test step by step. Many of these tests ask certain types of questions, so it is good to be familiar with the kinds of questions you will encounter on these tests. Type in the word keywords “ GED prep”, “ ACT prep” or “ SAT prep” into the catalog search bar. It will pull up a bunch of resources to help you study.
What school is right for me?
With so many schools to choose from, how can someone possibly decide?! Lucky for you, there are lots of great guides that help match your preferences—are you a big or small school kind of guy? Are you a chemistry or architecture major kind of gal?—these resources can help lead you to schools that fit your needs. Spring break is a GREAT time to go take a look at schools (especially when you are a junior) so you can know what the school is like before you start filling out your applications! Type in the keywords “college search” or “choosing a college” into the search bar. It will show you some great guides for selecting a school.
Worried about tuition and student loans?
We have information about that too! Covering the costs of tuition can be a very complicated thing, but if you start thinking about and preparing for scholarships and financial aid now, it will make the task of paying for college that much easier. Type in “student loans”, “financial aid”, “scholarships”, or “paying for college” into the search bar. It will help you find resources about how to pay for college.
Knowledge is power! The more you know going into your college search, the more prepared you will be for your bright, invigorating future.
Below are some books from our collection that can help make the path to college a little easier.
I like to play a lot of music in my storytimes, and some of my favorite songs include “Dance, Freeze, Melt” and “Jumping and Counting... Read more
Events for Kids & Teens
For a full events calendar for kids and teens, please follow this link.
Celebrate Pi Day! Drop in anytime today and DIY a special fun craft in honor of 3.14……When?03/14/2015 (All day)Where?Tremont Road - Main Library
Children and caregivers join us for stories, building and fun! Each month well read a couple of stories to start, then the building... (full entry)When?03/14/2015 - 10:30am to 11:15amWhere?Tremont Road - Main Library
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