Teen Services


Inglewood Virtual Public Library
The City of Inglewood Public Library Teen Services Division caters to 
library patrons 15 years of age and older. We provide educational, recreational and social resources for this age demographic.  The Teen Librarian, Adaeze Ezeanioma, is available to assist teens with all their informational needs. 
Any requests, recommendations, or questions can be sent to her via email.   

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EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES
These databases can assist you with your educational needs (Science, History, Math, Exam Prep, etc). Access these databases using your Inglewood Public Library Card barcode number and your 4-digit PIN (the last 4 digits of the phone number you registered with).
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SOCIAL DATABASES
These databases will help fulfill your recreational needs and include eBooks, audio books, movies, and music. They are for the avid reader, the reluctant reader, and everyone in between, including those with a creative streak and those still trying to find themselves.
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FUN, RELAXATION, AND ENTERTAINMENT
The library helps provide access to various information outlets that are not subscribed to by the library but are accessible for free using any device connected to the internet.
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Manga Geeks
Free Android App for Manga 
via your App Store
Manga Storm
Free IOS App for Manga
via your App Store
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BOOK CLUBS, BOOKLISTS, AND CREATIVE ACTIVITIES
Can’t decide what to read or what creative thing to get into? 
Here are some recommendations for you!
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Teen Virtual Reading List
All books can be found in 
Cloud Library
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HEALTH AND WELLNESS
Mental, physical, and emotional health are very important. 
Need help, advice, or resources? These are great places to start.
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UPDATES
All in-house programs and activities are canceled until further notice. 
If you have any questions and/or recommendations, feel free to contact the Teen Librarian, Adaeze Ezeanioma by email or phone:  (310) 412-5691