corner view of young adult area, stacks of books

The Young Adult room is located on the top floor of the Conant Public Library. Our collection is tailored towards teens and includes fiction, audiobooks, and graphic novels. Young Adult Non-fiction is located on the bottom floor of the library with the Adult Non-fiction collection.

For more information on Young Adult Services, please contact Angela Cote at 978-422-6409 or acote@cwmars.org. 



brightly colored string art on white boards with text 'drop-in string art - january 28th'
 
Warm up and create! Youth in grades 5 and up, as well as their caregivers, are invited to drop-in and create a string art craft on Tuesday, January 28th at 6:30 pm. No registration is required.


a rainbow array of perler fuse beads with text 'perler beadapalooza - january 30th'
 
Children in grades K and up are invited to join us for Perler Beadapalooza on Thursday, January 30th from 1:00 pm to 2:30 pm, where we’ll be crafting with perler beads. No registration is required.


pink paper, ribbon, and other card making supplies scattered on a table with text 'drop-in valentine's day card making - february 12th'
 
Adults and children of all ages are invited to join us for drop-in Valentine’s card making on Wednesday, February 12th from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm. No registration is required and all supplies will be provided.


a vibrantly decorated cake with candy hidden inside and text 'kids cook! - february 19th'
 
We will be hosting Kids Cook! for youth in grades three and up on Wednesday, February 19th at 1:30 pm. Enjoy yummy baked goods from Bake It by DK. Kids will choose a recipe, prepare it at home, then bring it in to share with others. Registration is required.


Hot New YA Releases!

covers of hot new young adult fiction releases (titles listed below)

Supernova by Marissa Meyer
Children of Virtue and Vengeance by Tomi Adeyemi
The Toll by Neal Shusterman
One of Us Is Next by Karen M. McManus
The Night Country by Melissa Albert
The Conference of the Birds by Ransom Riggs
Infinity Son by Adam Silvera