Teen Programs & Services
The West Fargo Public Library offers a number of programs and services especially for middle school and high school students! At the West Fargo Public Library, we have opportunities for teens to:
Download, stream, listen or read
The library has hundreds of fiction books, graphic novels and more for teens to check out with their West Fargo Library card! You don't have to visit the library to check out materials though. You can use one of our online services instead.
With Hoopla, you can download and stream movies, music, eBooks, audiobooks, comics and more for free with your library card (limit 5 check outs per month.)
Find your next favorite book
Sometimes, it's hard to choose what to read, watch or listen to next. Thankfully, the library has a number of resources to help teens find their next great read.
Sign up for Beanstack to track the time you spend reading, write and read book reviews, find reading recommendations and learn about upcoming library events. If you participate in library reading challenges, you can earn prizes for tracking your reading on Beanstack too!
You can get reading recommendations right from our online catalog using NovelList Plus. Simply choose an item. Then, click on "Similar Titles Available Now" to see other items you may be interested in. You can also visit the separate Novelist website to view reading recommendation articles, book discussion guides and book lists about various topics.
Get help with research
Need help finding info for a school project? Check out our Online Resources by Subject page and scroll down to Resources for Students to see our full list of databases made specifically for middle school and high school research project like Points of View Reference Center
Learn a new skill
The West Fargo Public Library offers a number of online resources for teens to explore their interests and learn new skills! A popular resource is Mango Languages, which is an easy-to-use and free way to learn a new language. View our full list of Resources by Subject for more.
- Feb 5