Teen Room

Welcome to the Teen Page of Stevens Memorial Library!

Check out our Flipgrid for fun interaction with other library teens!

Need a book recommendation? Just e-mail Amy at apopoloski@northandoverma.gov. She’s happy to help you find a book that you’ll love!

Summer With the Stevens is here!

Register for Beanstack and start logging your reading to win all kinds of prizes!

Click on the images below to learn more about and register for our virtual programs this summer!

“Imagine Your Story” with some amazing fairy tale retellings!

To keep with this summer’s theme, I’ve put together a list of fun fairy tale retellings for you to check out in our virtual teen room. Just click the image above to take a look!

Online Book Discussion with NAHS!

Our book discussion group is taking a break for the month of July. Check back soon for information about our August meeting!


Online Reads

OverDrive – e-books, e-audio, e-magazines

TeenBookCloud – e-books, e-audio, graphic novels, videos



Freegal – Free music downloads

IndieFlix – Streaming movies

Boston Aquarium Virtual Visit – Take a peek at some of the aquarium’s residents while the visitors are away!

Museum of Fine Arts Video Library – Browse through the video collection focusing on various exhibits from the MFA’s past and present!

Museum of Science Livestreams – Check in with the Museum of Science for their livestreams of different, exciting science topics.

Scratch Coding – Learn how to code video games or play the games that others have made!

Teen Vogue – The digital magazine covers topics from pop culture to political and social issues relevant to you!


North Andover Partners

North Andover Youth Center

North Andover High School Library

North Andover Middle School Library


Webcomics Worth Reading

Namesake – Emma Crewe doesn’t care for books, but has the power to literally be lost in one.

Hark, a Vagrant – A comedic comic about pop culture, history and classic literature

XKCD – A webcomic of romance, sarcasm, math, and language.

Rock and Riot – Rock and Riot follows the tales of opposing teenage gangs in the 1950s with an LGBTQ theme! Will the teams set aside their differences to fight for what they have in common?

Megan Kearney’s Beauty and the Beast – A new take on the classic fairy tale.

Homestuck – On his 13th birthday, John Egbert starts playing a mysterious videogame called Sburb. Unfortunately, this triggers the apocalypse. Fortunately, he and his friends can make things right—if they can beat the game.


Homework Help

Research in Context – Resources for middle school research topics

Gale Onefile – Resources for high school research topics

Britannica Online

Transparent Language – Learn a new language or practice one you’ve already begun to study!

Universal Class