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Welcome to the

Young Adults' Library

The Ozark Dale County Library, Inc. strives to empower all young adults, ages 14 - 18, by continuing to inspire a love of reading, and provide access to information, knowledge, and ideas. Our YA Library features a collection of graphic novels, manga, and fiction books to help foster their love of reading and a collection of required reading and nonfiction materials to help with their school work. 

We have a growing selection of programs for young adults and always open to new program suggestions! We also offer volunteer opportunities for those needing hours. Please keep scrolling for more details.

Join us for any of our

Programs at the Library!

We offer a variety of programs throughout the month and hope to expand our program offerings soon!
We hope you join us for fun at YOUR library!

Weekly on Fridays 4:30pm-7:30pm

Game On! @ the Library

Join us at the Library for a fun game night! We'll have laptops available to play Minecraft, Roblox, and various other games such as Pokemon, Magic, and more!

**Note, kids/teens 13 years old and younger MUST be accompanied by a parent/legal guardian or responsible childcare provider aged 19 years old or older.

Monthly on 3rd Saturday             1pm - 2pm

Prose and Cons - Teen Book Club

Join us at the Library for a Teen Book Club led by teen volunteer, Izzy. Let's chat about our favorite genres and pick out books to read this year!

Monthly on 3rd Saturday             2pm - 3pm

Teen Art Hour

Join us each month in the Library's Bay Meeting Room for a fun and creative project!

Upcoming Events

Volunteer with Us!

"No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted."

~ Aesop

The Library can always use volunteers to help around the Library! We graciously accept help from teens and adults 14 years and older. Examples of tasks include shelving books, prepping and assisting for programs, folding newsletters, and more.
We provide a signed copy of your volunteer hours worked as well as a letter to submit for credit for school or social organizations.

If you are interested in volunteering, please print, fill out, and return our Teens' Volunteer Application. Note, a parent/legal guardian must also sign this form. Copies are also available at the Library's Front Desk.

Need homework help or tutoring for a class?

Homework Help & Tutoring Resources

The below websites are popular resources for FREE homework help, tutoring, and research databases available to our patrons. For a full list of FREE online resources for you, please click here to visit the Resources for Teens and Young Adults page.

Homework Help - Live Tutors - Paper Review

Homework Alabama

Homework Alabama offers FREE online tutoring, academic resources, and paper reviews from Tutor.com for Alabama students from kindergarten through college and beyond. Tutors are available 10am - 11pm, seven days per week.

Research - Magazines - Newspapers - Journals

Alabama Virtual Library

AVL provides ad-free, safe, and reliable information from databases for all Alabama residents 24/7 free of charge. It is primarily a group of online databases that have magazine, journal, and newspaper articles for research.

Online Learning - Tutorials - Practice Tests

Learning Express Library

LearningExpress is an online learning platform that offers practice tests, exercises, skill-building courses, and e-books covering all grade levels and subjects. It has resources for K-12 and college students to help improve math, reading, science, logic, writing, grammar, spelling, vocabulary, and public speaking skills.