Middle and high school teens: What's the creepiest, scariest book you've ever read? Timberland Libraries in Ilwaco, Naselle, Raymond, Ocean Park and South Bend, Wash., present "Creepiest, Scariest Books Ever" for middle and high school teens. All this month, find science fiction, mystery, and horror fiction, true tales of weird things, scary movies and weird music at your local Timberland libraries.

If you think other teens might enjoy your favorite scary reads, fill out a "Creepiest, Scariest Books Ever" suggestion form any time during October. Forms are available at Timberland libraries and online at www.trlib.org (click on the Teen Read Week logo). The Web site also features Teen Read Week events and book reviews by teens. Events at various libraries will include urban legends nights, teen cafes and fantasy-writing workshops.

Teen Read Week (Oct. 17-23) is an annual festival of teens and reading created by the Young Adult Library Services Association and supported by public libraries, schools, bookstores, and other organizations. This year's theme is "It's Alive @ Your Library."


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