April is Autism Awareness Month

If you are interested in learning about Autism, Aspbergers, or any Spectrum Disorder some of these titles can get you started. We have many titles available on autism. These are a couple of titles available for young adults. 

Looking for Your Next Great Read?

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Ever run out of author's to read or series that you like? We now offer a service for Tweens and Teens that can assist you in finding Your Next Great Read! Let us help!  Simply fill out one of the surveys below to help us understand your reading preferences, interests, and history, and we will develop a custom reading guide with suggested authors and titles you might enjoy. This service is free to Tulsa City-County Library cardholders. http://www.tulsalibrary.org/your-next-great-read
 
 

2015 Young People's Creative Writing Contest

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Brochures are available at all libraries, but here's what you need to know:

  • Contest is for ages 10-18
  • 3 age groups: 10-12, 13-15, 16-18
  • 4 categories: poetry, short story, informal essay, short play, and comix. 
  • Contestants may enter more than one category, but only one manuscript per category.
  • Entries accepted May 1 – June 5 
  • Enter online, starting May 1st at http://teens.tulsalibrary.org/ypcwc/entryform, or by filling out an entry form (attached below).

More details in the attached brochure/entry form.

Questions? Call 918-549-7490

Teen H-Tag# Tuesday: Coding Step-By-Step

 Tue, 03/31/2015 - 4:15pm to 5:45pm

Join our Helmerich Teen Advisory Group meeting as we share coding books, craft, snacks and more.

All Fall Down by Ally Carter

Review by Staff Member Leah

Grace Blakely is moving. Not willingly, of course. She has been shipped off to live with her Grandpa on Embassy Row after being released from a mental health facility. Her dad and brother are back in the states hoping that this fresh new start will help her recover from her ‘delusions’ about her mother’s death. The tragic death that no one seems to want to acknowledge makes Grace determined to bring the killer to light. With all of the new (and old) friends she has gained in her short time on Embassy row she sets out to find her mother’s killer, hopefully without causing World War Three.

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