Welcome to the Young Adult Section of the Centerville Library!

Our Young Adult section has much to offer local teens.

Our newly refurbished teen room is a great place for quiet study or reading, group work or tutor sessions. We have three table groupings with comfortable chairs available for your use. We do everything we can to support your academic success - large dry erase boards to use for homework, miscellaneous school supplies that you might need and unlimited resources to complete your academic tasks. We also have a teen community bulletin board that is available for teens to post events happening in their school and community that would be of interest to other teens. 

Our YA collection is growing daily. We have a large selection of popular novels, graphic novels and non-fiction material. We also have several new releases and many entertaining magazines.

We have a wonderful Teen Advisory Board that assists our staff in making decisions about the YA section - from how it is furnished to the books and magazines we have in our collection. We welcome any teens that would like to participate in the Teen Advisory Board - after all, this is YOUR section of the library.

Teens Only in the Teen Room after 3:00!


Girls Who Code Club

The Centerville Library is pleased to announce the launch of our new Girls Who Code Club.  Meetings will be held in the library every other Thursday from 3:30 - 5:00.  The first few meetings are February 2, 16 and March 2, 16, and 30.  This club is open to all girls interested in coding.  This is free and registration is not required, but you must contact Jessie or Kristin if you plan to attend the meetings. 

As stated on the Girls Who Code website " Girls Who Code was founded with a single mission: to close the gender gap in technology.  When girls learn to code, they become change agents in their communities.  Whether it's a game to illustrate the experience of an undocumented immigrant or a website to provide free college prep, our girls create technology that makes the world a better place."