The Bartow County Public Library has a diverse Teen collection with the newest YA Fiction, fascinating non-fiction and a deep graphic novel and magna collection.   In addition, the library offers fun teen programming throughout the year.  All programs listed below are held at the Cartersville Public Library.

The library also features special teen programs at various times during the year, including an extensive Teen Summer Reading Program.  Please check back via the website or our Teen and Library Facebook accounts throughout the year and sign up for our monthly e-lert to stay informed on all of the library happenings.


Summer Reading is coming Soon! Registration starts on May 24th!

Cartersville Library

Volunteer at the Cartersville Library!

All programs are 6th-12th grade unless noted.

Teen Author visit - How to Experience Death for Beginners - Feat. Jessica Branton
Tuesday, May 21st - 6pm- 7pm

Attention teen writers and YA literature fans! Join us for a fun and informative author visit featuring former Cartersville sudent, Jessica Branton! She will present her debut YA thriller "How to Experience Death for Beginners" and talk about her experiences writing a full length book at age 14.

If you are a teen (age 13-18) and want to be a writer, have a book idea, or engage in a panel discussion on young adult literature, this event is for you!

Charlie's Port publishes books that children write and would love to meet you!

For more information: 678-800-8787 or

SAT Practice Test
Registration is now open for the May 11th class.