October 12, 2008
For Teen Read Week, that is. You may not be able to vote for our next President, but here’s your chance to make your vote count.
Teens ages 12-18: Vote anytime this week, October 12-18, for your favorite titles from the Teen’s Top Ten nominations. If you do, you’re eligible for a prize! When you get to the end of the ballot, you’ll see what I mean. It’s just a small token of our gratitude for voicing your choice. So, click on that link below and vote right now! For more info about Teen’s Top Ten, click here.
October 12, 2007
Don’t forget to place your vote for the Teens’ Top 10 anytime online from October 14-20, 2007. Vote here by scrolling down and clicking on the VOTE button. You will vote twice: once in the Wake County vote and once in the national vote. Click here to vote. This way we can know what OUR teens love. Get out and VOTE. VOTE. VOTE.
October 8, 2007
Now that you have read review of all of the nominated titles for the Teens’ Top 10, it’s time to make sure you have read as many of the titles as you can, in order to be an informed voter.
Here’s a couple of libraries that will be doing special events surrounding the Teens’ Top 10 vote. Voting starts Sunday, October 14th. You can vote online anytime during Teen Read Week, October 14th-2oth. But if you want to come into the library to vote, consider visiting . . .
Southeast Regional Library on Monday, October 15th, from 3-9 pm for the Teen Read Week Open House Kick-Off. As well as having a place for you to vote, the library will have puzzles, games, snacks, and a prize drawing
Eva Perry Library on Monday, April 15th from 3-7 pm to vote at a special voting station. Everyone who votes on Monday will receive an I VOTED sticker to show that you rocked the vote