The Kenton County Public Library has a dedicated Teen Space at each branch (Covington, Durr and Erlanger) and a Teen Librarian who supports young adult patrons through programs, reference and reader’s advisory.

The Teen Space at the Durr Branch in Independence

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The Teen Space at the Erlanger Branch

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The Covington Branch has been undergoing a renovation project which will be completed in the fall, but the new Young Adult space is finished and open to the public.  It is in a prime location; at the corner of the building, surrounded by a wall of windows at the corner of 5th and Scott Blvd.  The room is enclosed in glass so that programs can be held in the space for teens.

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Features of the new YA space:

40 seats (an increase from 8 seats in the old space)

Lounge space with a gaming area

6 computers

Increased shelf space

A seperate graphic novel/manga room adjacent to the YA space

Stop by the Covington Branch and check out the new YA Space!

Blog written by Erin DeSantis, Young Adult Librarian
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