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  • Posted on: Tuesday, March 06, 2018

    Author Victoria JamiesonBestselling author and illustrator Victoria Jamieson will visit OKC in March for a series of writing workshops and author appearances.

  • Justice League poster
    Posted on: Friday, November 17, 2017

    Justice League hits the theaters this weekend, and fans get to see Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, the Flash, and Cyborg on the big screen together for the first time. Villains beware!

  • surfing in the moon light
    Posted on: Wednesday, September 20, 2017

    Usually I’m really good at making all of my selections fit together, have a theme, or at least finding some sort of vague way to bind them together, but this time I’m really not sure what that is. Here we have three stories that seemingly have nothing in common. A story of a life spent surfing (and eventually writing) sounds like heaven to me, but to the author made him feel at times lost, because he had spent his life chasing waves instead of stability, family, and the comforts of home.

  • graphic novels on display
    Posted on: Wednesday, July 26, 2017

    Well, folks, it’s time for another round of graphic novels. I must admit that up until my recent vacation I have not been reading very much, maybe it’s the heat of the summer or that I’ve been binge watching too much TV, or that my brain has just been far too distracted to concentrate on words on a page (it’s that one).

  • Wolverine
    Posted on: Monday, February 20, 2017

    Nerd-in-Chief Emily celebrates Hugh Jackman's last (?) appearance as Wolverine in Marvel's Logan with a slew of stuff from your local library.

  • Posted on: Thursday, November 03, 2016
  • Posted on: Thursday, November 03, 2016
  • info Magazine - July 2016
    Posted on: Thursday, June 30, 2016

    Ah, summer – the highly anticipated season of freedom from responsibility.  Hectic day schedules are set aside to master new skills. The best form for cannonball splashes?  You’re practically an expert already.  The intricacies of mixing flavors for the perfect snow cone?  Yeah, you’ve got that covered too.  Easy stuff.  But as laziness fully sets in with the realization that an entire month of your vacation time still lies ahead of you, remember in these fleeting days of midsummer relaxation that there is something much more frightening to contend with in August than the giant mosquitos at Grandad’s house…the dreaded Summer Slide, or the tendency to forget everything you’ve learned during the previous school year.

    Our Summer Reading program has everything you need to keep your brain tuned up while you continue your adventures for a few more weeks.  Entire families have the opportunity to participate. Children have access to experiences that further their sense of discovery.  Teens can prepare for the higher levels of literacy needed for college education and future employment.  Even adults can challenge themselves with new goals to improve their brainpower and wellbeing.  The knowledge you gain should be rewarding enough, but your library has plenty of other incentives to sweeten the deal.  Readers completing each goal can win fine waivers, books and more. Each week, participate in activities to win drawing prizes. Complete Goals 1 and 2 and be eligible to win larger drawing prizes such as tablets and eReaders.

    Free books, free knowledge, free prizes, free free free!  What’s not to love about that?  Celebrate your freedom this month at the freest place of all, your library.

  • Posted on: Thursday, June 23, 2016
  • Comics woman
    Posted on: Wednesday, May 25, 2016

    Every once in awhile an old friend of mine comes to visit. I like to pretend she is in visiting from someplace dreamy and creative, gloomy yet beautiful (that kind of beauty that makes you cry because you don’t want to like it, but you can’t help it; think grey days on a cold beach without a jacket.


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