Teen Content

Palliser Teen Content

 

 

Youth Book Club Kits

 

Book clubs are a great way to connect with friends, even if you can't meet in person! Learn how to start your own book club here:

Starting a Book Club: Tips and Tricks to Get You Started

 


Virtual Programs

 

Palliser Digital Academy - Tutorials on topics such as writing a resume, advanced social media, using Microsoft programs, and more!

Moose Jaw Public Library Teen eBook Club - Join the monthly book club conversation on the teen Discord server!

University of Regina Conservatory of Performing Arts - Free online sample classes for ages 8-18.

Virtual Museums - Browse museum exhibits and activities from all across Canada, including Moose Jaw Museum & Art Gallery!

National Film Board of Canada - Hundreds of free short films, including a collection of short films based on children's books.

TedTalks: Ted Under 20 - Be inspired by talks by brilliant kids and teens!

CBC Podcasts: Mic Drop - Mic Drop is the first CBC podcast to hand the mic over to teenagers and let them tell stories in their own voices. Created in 2018, Mic Drop is the brainchild of CBC Montreal journalist Shari Okeke, who wanted to provide a safe space for teens to talk about what's on their minds– without any adult interruptions.

Duolingo - Duolingo makes learning a new language easy and fun, with game-like lessons for people of all ages! So far, they have 36 languages to choose from, and they keep adding more!

 


Books for Teens

 

Looking for some new YA or Youth reads? Check out what's new and popular in the Palliser region!

New and Trending Teen Books

Award Winning Children & Teen Books

Teen eBooks and Audiobooks

Novelist Plus - Answers the question, "What should I read next?" Find recommendations based on books you've enjoyed in the past!

 


Library on the Go

 

Library2Go / Overdrive / Libby - Borrow eBooks and audiobooks straight to your computer or mobile device.

Hoopla - Borrow up to 5 titles each month from their vast collection of eBooks, audiobooks, comics, TV shows, movies, and music.

Creativebug - Watch free arts and crafts tutorials from experienced professionals!

PressReader - Read newspapers and magazines from all over the world, featuring topics such as automotive, crafts & hobbies, gaming, music, photography, and sports.

 


Homework Help

 

Gale OneFile: High School Edition - Designed for students in middle and high school, with access to over 2,000 titles of indexed and full-text magazines, newspapers and reference books with information on current events, the arts, science, popular culture, health, people, government, history, sports and more. 

Britannica Online - Includes the complete encyclopedia, as well as Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary and Thesaurus, Britannica Student Encyclopedia Britannica Elementary Encyclopaedia, the Concise Britannica; the Internet Guide; the Video Guide; the World Atlas, The Year in Review and the Timeline Browse.

AncestryLibrary - Learn more about your family history and build a family tree with this huge database available for free!

Library2Go / Overdrive / Libby - Find audiobooks versions of popular high school required reading!

Explore History - Free for anyone in Saskatchewan, explore the lives and history of Indigenous Peoples, British actors and musicians, as well as members of the LGBTQ2S+ community.

Browse our full list of Resources for Teachers and Home Educators.

 


Support Resources

 

Moose Jaw Family Services - Find programs and counselling to support you and your child.

File Hills Qu’Appelle Tribal Council Youth Action Plan - Health programming for First Nations youth. See their Facebook page for online programming and videos.

Youth for Christ Moose Jaw - School outreach and support programs for youth and families in the Moose Jaw area.

Joe's Place Youth Centre - Located in Moose Jaw, Joe's Place is a non-profit that offers a safe and fun place for youth to hang out and find the support they need.

John Howard Society - With their Cornerstone Drop-In and Relapse Prevention Programs, they offer vulnerable and at-risk youth community based support and programs, and social support.

Canadian Mental Heath Association - Information about mental health and how to get get help with issues such as anxiety, depression, loneliness, eating disorders, substance use, and anger.

Informed Choices Pregnancy Centre - Unexpected pregnancy? You are not alone! Get caring support and help as you evaluate your options.

SGI: Learning to Drive - Learn about the process of getting your license and find information and guides to help you as you learn to drive.