Want to get published!? The Kansas City Teen Zine is back! We want to publish the most talented teenagers in Kansas City for Unheard Voices #2! We are looking for submission of essays, book/movie reviews, fiction, photography, art, poetry, comics, drawings, short stories, and more to be published. All work MUST be original. All works will be reviewed by other teens in Kansas City for publication.
Book reviews came in at all hours of the day and night during Teen Tech Week! After you read some of them below, why not check out the book? We'll put up more soon. BTW - no need to stop just because TTW is over. Text in some more!
Beautiful Creatures By: kami garcia & margaret dtohl
A girl. A boy. A hidden family secret. And a love story. What more could you want in a good book?
Warriors Into the Wild by Erin Hunter: I like it because it tells how it all begins, the saga, the friendship, and the struggle to prove his worth. Try it soon.
Meet Solange...A soon to be vampire and the only girl vampire to be born, not made. And being born the Drake family, the most powerful vampire clan in the world,she's surrounded by danger and even though she has her seven brothers and her parents to keep her safe, will it be enough? All her life she's known that she'll change on her 16th birthday but with danger and "suitors" lurking around every corner will she want to? But one night that all changes when her family captures a Helios-Ra,Vampire hunter, named Kieran and she starts falling for him. But when he escapes and she is called to court, everyone goes on high alert including her best friend Lucy...
The Kansas City Public Library joins libraries nationwide in celebrating Teen Tech Week from March 6 – March 12, 2011. The Teen Tech Week theme – Mix and Mash @ Your Library – brings reading together with online and wireless technologies through two tech-driven activities:
Book Blurbs: Teens who text a review of their latest reads will receive a free custom set of earbud headphones and carrying case. All Book Blurbs should use no more than 160 characters and include the title, author, and thumbs up or down verdict—plus whatever else will fit! Book Blurbs should be sent to 816.876.6637. Other submission options include e-mailing email@example.com. (All participants will receive an electronic receipt that may be redeemed for a free set of custom earbuds at any Library location.)
Video Trailer Workshops: Teens will receive one-on-one guidance on creating their own promotional video trailer for their favorite book (or movie, game, website, or magazine). No materials needed! The Library will provide filming equipment and offer tutorials on how to use free video-editing software. Join us for these awesome Video Trailer Workshops:
Friday, March 4 @ 7 p.m. @ Sugar Creek
Thursday, March 10 @ 4 p.m. @ Waldo
Thursday, March 17 @ 4 p.m. @ Bluford
Friday, March 18 @ 5 p.m. @ Ruiz
Saturday, March 19 @ 2 p.m. @ Central
Teen Tech Week is a national initiative (coordinated by the Young Adult Library Services Association [YALSA]) aimed at teens, librarians, educators, parents, and other concerned adults that highlights nonprint resources at the library. The 2011 theme — Mix and Mash @ your library — focuses on encouraging teens to use library resources to express their creativity by developing their own unique online content and safely sharing it by using online collaborative tools.
Welcome to Grace, California...Home of the Seven Deadly Sins.
Harper still wants Adam and Kane still wants Beth for some reason.. They each get so desperate that they ask for help from the goddess of Lust herself...Kaia. Kane still wants to try it his way before he goes THAT far. Seniors have SAT's so he enlists the help of the smartest girl he knows...Beth. Soon they’re hanging out for more than just studying. Miranda is still determined to get Kane, even while he's fawning over Beth. But how? She's nothing like his type of bimbo but hey it wouldn't hurt to try to play the part. Would it?
From a person who doesn’t really understand the concept of a “western movie” and has probably seen a total of two westerns in his entire life, who would have guessed that two directors whose talent comes from quirky comedies, can master the art of Cowboys, damsels in distress, and good old fashioned gun fighting?