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Tulsa Libraries Don't Have It? Check Missouri and Colorado!

Picture it: you've just found the best series EVER, and you can't wait to race through all six volumes of marvelous, terrifying, exhilarating prose. You blaze through the first book, you speed through the second, and then you search the library catalog for the third, when suddenly--THE LIBRARY DOESN'T HAVE NUMBER THREE. Quelle horreur! What to do?! I HAVE THE ANSWER TO LIFT YOU IN THIS DARK HOUR! Listen to your librarian, y'all--search MOBIUS. 

Read This Now: ISLA AND THE HAPPILY EVER AFTER

Isla and the Happily Ever After

Anna had Paris, Lola had San Francisco, and Isla...Isla isn't sure. She's caught between New York and France, between love and fear, and she doesn't know what the right choice is. She's been in love with Joshua Wasserstein since day one, but he's never even glanced at her...or has he? 

Stephanie Perkins has written another amazing, heartbreaking novel that deserves all the accolades it will certainly receive. Don't miss out--read it before it hits all the award lists!

  Request it here so you can see what the fuss is all about.

Batman Giveaways

Batman Giveaways

Check out the Batman display at South Broken Arrow Library & enter the drawing
for a chance to win a bag of Batman giveaways!

May JTAG and Creative Writing

Get writing tips and inspiration during the May meeting of Jenks Teen Advisory Group! We'll discuss library services for teens, and practice our creative writing skills for YPCWC!

Jenks Library
Tuesday, May 7th
4:00 PM-5:00 PM

We'll have snacks, pens, and paper, so come write with us! Call 918-549-7570 if you have any questions.

 

Top Picks: Graphic Novels

Nothing Can Possibly Go Wrong

Every year, the Young Adult Library Services Association, YALSA for short, puts out several lists of the best young adult fiction for the year. One of those lists is the Top Ten Great Graphic Novels for Teens. 2014's list is full of awesomeness, from Gene Yang to Faith Erin Hicks and more! Check out some of the titles from the list below, and click on the titles to request them from the library.

March March: Book 1 by John Lewis, Andrew Aydin, and Nate Powell

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