The project began in 1998 by teamwork preparations with a group of younger teenagers in children’s department Stribor and continued with the wave of workshops for teenagers in 2001. The program consists of library activities aiming to promote reading, designed for teenagers (younger group and consequently the older one too) to conduct for their peers. At the beginning, the activities are conducted with librarians' help, through partially independent programs, which introduce children into the world of activity creation and gradually enable them for completely independent work with their peers. The project peaked in the period between 2001 and 2004, when independent teenagers started their own workshops, but the characteristic approach remained permanently woven into our continuous work and activities. The goals were promoting reading and creativity among the young, satisfying their need to communicate, boosting their efficiency in acquiring new skills, motivating them and working on their self-esteem and better managing of social situations, preparing them for life as working adults. The project was awarded by the City of Rijeka as the best campaign for children and teenagers in 2004, it won the award for the best exhibited project at the IFLA conference in Buenos Aires in 2004, and it was nominated for the Astrid Lindgren Memorial Award for programs aiming to promote reading in 2004 and 2006. As the aftermath of this project, the project manager also received the City of Rijeka Award in 2003 for contributing to the development of cultural values among children and popularizing librarianship among the young.