Comic Book Club
Interested in comics and manga? Let us know if you’d like to join Comic Book Club! Comic Book Club is for young people aged 12-19 who would like to talk and make all things comics, as well as make new friends.
Register your interest below and we’ll get back to you within a week. Adults can also register their interest for a 19+ group.
Friday Night Fiction Book Club
Come along to Friday Night Fiction, our special teen-only book club!
Meet new friends, check out the latest books, and participate in a different book-themed activity each month.
Snacks provided. Bookings required.
First Friday of every month.
For ages 12-19.
Like gaming? Drop in after school and show off your skills on Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4.
Beginner to advanced players welcome.
Would you like help with your maths homework? Homework Help aims to give one-on-one assistance with curriculum based maths homework and studies as well as access to the libraries study assist collection. Bring your homework, stationary and textbooks. Tutors are community volunteers with experience in coaching and assisting students with curriculum based homework. All volunteers have WWC checks.
Available for Primary and Secondary school students at Manor Lakes Library.
Check out some of our new titles just for teens!
Book into a one-on-one session with one of our Education and Youth Services Librarians at either Manor Lakes or Julia Gillard Library Tarneit to get some help crafting your resume and answering interview questions. Ages 15-25.
Feeling overwhelmed, stuck on a study question or not sure where to even start with an assignment? Get help with your essay or report draft in less than 24 hours, or live, expert assistance with subjects like writing, maths, science, economics and more. Our friendly subject specialists are waiting online to help you, 3pm – 10pm, Sunday to Friday. Studiosity used to be known as Your Tutor.
Volunteer at the Library
Thinking of volunteering? Become a library volunteer! Volunteering is a great way of gaining experience (it looks good on your resume) whilst doing something that gives back to the community.
We have a great team of volunteens who help us out with a range of stuff including: running regular programs (e.g. LEGO robotics), book reviews, collection management, shelving, special programs (e.g. being on the judging panel for Wyndham's youth photography comp), plus heaps more.
You can check below to see current volunteering opportunities and if you have any questions about becoming a volunteen you can ask to speak to the youth librarian at your local branch.
YA Book to Movie Club
Come along to our just for teens Book to Movie Club. See all your favourite YA titles on the big screen and discover movies that you never knew began their lives as books.
Find Out More!