CT Teen Library Webpages and Blogs

Connecticut Library Teen Webpages

Avon Public Library
Berlin-Peck Memorial Library
Bethel Public Library
Bridgeport Library
Bristol Library
The Brookfield Library
Canterbury Public Library
Canton Public Library
Cheshire Public Library
Clinton – Henry Carter Hull Library
Columbia – Saxton B. Little Library
Coventry – Booth & Dimock Memorial Library
Cragin Library (Colchester)
Danbury Library
Darien Library
Derby Public Library
Durham Public Library
Easton Public Library
Ellington – Hall Memorial Library
Enfield Public Library
Fairfield Public Library
Farmington Public Library
Glastonbury – Welles Turner Memorial Library
Granby Public Library
Greenwich Library
Groton Public Library
Guilford Free Library
Haddam – Brainerd Memorial Library
Hamden Public Library
Hartford Public Library
Hebron – Douglas Library
Killingly Public Library
Killingworth Library
Ledyard Libraries
Madison – E. C. Scranton Library
Manchester Public Library
Middlefield – Levi E. Coe Library
Middletown – Russell Library
Monroe – Edith Wheeler Library
New Britain Public Library
New Canaan Library
New Milford Library
Newington – Lucy Robbins Welles Library
Newtown – C. H. Booth Library
Norwalk Public Library
Norwich – Otis Library
Old Lyme – Phoebe Griffin Noyes Library
Orange – Case Memorial Library
Oxford Public Library
Portland Public Library
Prospect Public Library
Redding – The Mark Twain Library
Ridgefield Library
Rocky Hill – Cora J. Belden Library
Scotland Public Library
Seymour Public Library
Shelton Library System
Simsbury Public Library
South Windsor Public Library
Southbury Library
Stamford – The Ferguson Library

Library Teen Blogs

Coventry – Teen & Young Adult Zone Blog
Cheshire Public Library Teen Book Blog
Durham – DPL Teen Blog
Killingly Public Library Teen Blog
New Milford Library Teen Blog

Connecticut Book Blogs

YA Book Nerd – Jennifer Rummel

2 thoughts on “CT Teen Library Webpages and Blogs

    Marjorie Freilich-Den said:
    March 9, 2009 at 2:19 pm

    Our library has been using blogs for over 2 years. They consist of Books, Mysteries, Movies, Music and Teen. They have proven to be an asset to our website and community. Please feel free to browse and comment on my Music blog.

    Margie Freilich-Den

    Jessica said:
    June 21, 2011 at 7:38 pm

    Plainville Public Library now has a facebook page.

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