Find books to help you DIY!
Sunday, March 9 – Saturday, March 15 is Teen Tech Week!!! Teen Tech week is the annual celebration of all things teens and technology at the Library. The 2014 theme is “DIY @ Your Library,” and we’re going to show you all the things you can do yourself when you visit us in person or online. Check out the list below of some great nonfiction titles that can help you find things to DIY!
Stick It! : 99 DIY duct tape projects by T.L. Bonaddio
YA 745.5 BON
It’s Your World–If You Don’t Like it, Change it: activism for teenagers by Mikki Halpin
YA 371.81 HAL
97 Things to Do Before You Finish High School by Steven Jenkins and Erika Stalder
YA 646.7008 JEN
Sneaky Uses for Everyday Things : how to turn a penny into a radio, make a flood alarm with an aspirin, change milk into plastic, extract water and electricity from thin air, turn on a TV with your ring, and other amazing feats by Cy Tymony
YA 608 TYM
Wonderbook : an illustrated guide to creating imaginative fiction by Jeff VanderMeer
YA 808.3 VAN
Learn to Speak Fashion : a guide to creating, showcasing & promoting your style by Laura deCarufel
YA 746.92 DEC
Eat Fresh Food : awesome recipes for teen chefs by Rozanne Gold and her all-star team
YA 641.5 GOL
Show Off : how to do absolutely everything one step at a time by Sarah Hines Stephens and Bethany Mann
YA 790.1922 HIN
World of Geekcraft : step-by-step instructions for 25 super-cool craft projects by Susan Beal
YA 745.5 BEA
Punk Rock Etiquette : the ultimate how-to guide for punk, underground, DIY, and indie bands by Travis Nichols
YA 781.6602 NIC
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