The Teen Room is located on the 2nd floor of the library. It is for patrons in grades 7-12.
In the Teen Room, you can find:
Books (including summer reading books)
Card and board games
Space to hang out and work on homework and projects
Please be aware that the 2nd Floor, including the Teen Room, closes 10 minutes before the rest of the library.
Do you like comic books? We have exciting news! The Topsfield Town Library has subscribed to Comics Plus! This service is available to all Topsfield residents with a library card. With Comics Plus, you have access to thousands of digital comics, graphic novels, and manga for adults, teens, and children. You can access at home on your computer, or using the LibraryPass app (available in the Apple App Store and the Google Play store). You simply have to log in with your Library Card Number and PIN!
Kid & Teen content link: https://topsfieldtownchildrenslibraryma.librarypass.com/
Resources for Readers is the Topsfield Town Library page with information on how to request a book, and other resources for getting the books you want.
Epic Reads where you can find book recommendations, take quizzes, participate in giveaways, and more!
Book Riot News, reviews and commentary on books and reading, covering a wide range of topics and genres.
No Flying, No Tights offers kids, teens, and adults suggestions and reviews on graphic novels and comic books by genre.
Al-Anon/Alateen unites members to lead purposeful lives by overcoming the frustration and helplessness cause by close association with an alcoholic.
Hopeline: Provides help and hope through online crisis chat, educational events, and awareness campaigns with a focus on suicide intervention, prevention, awareness, and education.
the notOK app: The notOK App® takes the guesswork out of asking for help when you’re feeling vulnerable. We’ll notify your trusted contacts that they’ve been selected as your support group, so when the time comes and you need to reach out, you’ll just have to open the app and press the large, red notOK® button.
The MGH Clay Center for Youth Healthy Minds: Includes articles, podcasts, and more for parents and guardians, devoted to supporting & promoting the mental, emotional, & behavioral well-being of young people.
Massachusetts Organization for Addiction Recovery (MOAR) works to organize recovering individuals, families, and friends to educate the value of recovery from addiction.
The Trevor Project is the leading national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to LGBTQ+ people under 25 years of age.
ULifeline provides resources regarding college student mental health. Take a self-assessment test, find your college psych services center, and more.
College Board: Helps students prepare for the SATs, and other college exams. Also offers tips on planning for college.
Federal Student Aid supports post-secondary education by providing money for college to eligible students and families.