Episode 23: Wrapping Up The Season In Style

June 2022

It Came From the Second Floor

This time, Library teens will be talking about many different topics as we have a whopping seven (!) segments in this episode. Read on to learn what they are.


Part 1: Vintage Fashion

Callie has an exclusive interview with Virginia Bell, a photographer and vintage fashion collector. You'll learn so many cool things about older clothing. Listen on to hear some really cool facts.

Part 2: The Clockwork Angel

Allison recaps and reviews The Clockwork Angel, the first book in a trilogy by Cassandra Clare, the author and creator of the wonderful world of the Shadowhunters. (Spoiler Warning)

Part 3: Vampire Fiction

Catherine compares two very iconic vampire series: Twilight and The Vampire Diaries. (Spoiler Warning)

Part 4: Cinematic TV

Kian talks about two TV shows he's been watching recently, Better Call Saul and Vikings. He'll explore why they are 'cinematic' TV masterpieces.

Part 5: Shatter Me

Allison introduces us to a book called Shatter Me, by Tahereh Mafi, about a girl who's touch can kill. (Spoiler Warning)

Part 6: Liya's Creation

Liya reads a short story she wrote about a seemingly average girl who loves birdwatching.

Part 7: The Survival Guide To High School

In Bran's final podcast segment as a teen volunteer, she gives us tips and tricks on how to handle high school, since she will be graduating this year. (We will all miss you next year, Bran!)


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It Came From The Second Floor is a podcast made by teens for teens. While it quite literally comes from the second floor of Halifax Central Library, teens from across the municipality add their voices to the mix. Check our teen podcast blogs for the latest and past episodes.

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