Find out what services are available at Stirling libraries for teens/young people, including Wii playing consoles, Spine Out magazine, BookStars and WA Young Readers’ Book Award.
SpineOut is a new exciting online magazine for Young Adults, brought to you by the Good Reading team. It’s a special place to express your ideas and thoughts and share creativity in words, art, film or music. Take this magazine on and feel free to contribute and experience the thrill of being published.
Come in and play our Wii's
Our Wii playing consoles are available for adults, children and family groups to play but you do need to bring your Stirling Library membership card. If you are not yet a member read here about how easy it is to join.
Each week a new game will be loaded into the console with up to four players able to game at one time. You can book in person at the library information desk or call your local library to book.
Get rewarded for your reading for pleasure. Pick up your StarChart and discover all the great stuff we have at Stirling Libraries as you complete your chart.
There are four different StarCharts to complete join at your closest library today, it's free and lots of fun! See our Children’s Book Club page for more information.
WA Young Readers’ Book Award (WAYRBA)
How does the CBW Nominated book list compare to the WAYRBA list picked by you?
Have a look at this years Younger and Older Reader list of books you have nominated. See the WAYRBA site
for more information and get on board.