Abraham Lincoln Award

Illinois' Grade 9-12 Readers' Choice Award

Each year, the Abraham Lincoln Award is given to the author of the book voted most outstanding by participating students in grades 9-12 in Illinois. The award is named for Abraham Lincoln, one of Illinois' most famous residents and an enthusiastic reader and author. Sponsored by the Illinois School Library Media Association (ISLMA), the Abraham Lincoln Award was created for high school students to instill a life-long love of reading.

Students who read at least 4 books from the 2015 Master List may vote in February 2015 for their favorite title. Students may vote in the Library if they have not voted in school.

2015 Master List of titles

Teen ACT Practice Test

Saturday, February 21, 2015
1-4:30 PM
and
Saturday, March 21, 2015
1-4:30 PM

for teens

Wondering what the ACT Test will be like? Find out by taking a free ACT Practice test proctored by Kaplan. Bring your own #2 pencils, an “approved” calculator, and a healthy snack. You can see if your calculator is “approved” by going to act.org. Results will be emailed to you from Kaplan. You do not need a Library Card to attend, but please register in advance by calling 630-627-0316 or going online to http://helenplum.evanced.info/.

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What We're Reading

Through the Woods by Emily Carroll
Whispering Skull by Jonathan Stroud
Jackaby by R. William Ritter
Eye of Zoltar by Jasper Fforde
Ripper by Stefan Petrucha
Forbidden Stone by Tony Abbott
Thickety by J.A. White

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