Books, Movies & Music

Meet author Ransom Riggs!

Join us for a creepy, strange, eccentric evening with bestselling author, Ransom RiggsMiss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children was THE surprise best seller of 2011 -- an unprecedented mix of YA fantasy & vintage photography that enthralled readers. The second novel, Hollow City, begins in 1940, immediately after the first book ended. 

Mon. January 20, 6:30 pm

Hardesty Regional Library

Doors open at 6 pm

The presentation will be followed by a book signing.

Barnes & Noble will sell copies of both books.

Request a library copy of the first book here, and the second book here

American Library Association Announces 2013 Book Awards

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This week, the American Library Association (ALA) announced the top books, video and audiobooks for children and young adults. See a full list of the young adult category winners on the TCCL Teens Book Awards page. 

Follow Oklahoma Authors

   Did you know there are some truly spectacular, bestselling, award winning young adult authors from Oklahoma? Many of them are very active on social media: Twitter, Facebook, Blogs, etc. Check out the list below and start following your favorite authors today! 

Join The Schusterman-Benson Teen Advisory Board

Are you a tween or teen interested in making a difference in your community?  Do you want to see programs at your library that we do not offer?  Do you like to eat?  If you answered yes to at leat two of these questions then sign up and become a part of Schusterman-Benson's advisory board!  We will discuss books, plan programs that YOU want,work on displays all the while enjoying refreshments!  You can sign up by calling the Schusterman library, emailing me or filling out this form attached and bring it in. For ages 12-18

 

FIRST MEETING: OCTOBER 23RD 4-5PM

WHERE: SCHUSTERMAN-BENSON LIBRARY MEETING ROOM

WHAT TO BRING:YOURSELF AND GREAT ATTITUIDE

Mblocke@tulsalibrary.org

918-549-7673

Paranormalcy by Kiersten White

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Book Summary: "Sixteen-year-old Evie's job is bagging and tagging paranormals. Possessing the strange ability to see through their glamours, she works for the International Paranormal Containment Agency. But when someone—or something—starts taking out the vamps, werewolves, and other odd beasties she's worked hard to help become productive members of society, she's got to figure it out before they all disappear and the world becomes utterly normal. Normal is so overrated." 

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