Teen Tech Month Read

Curiosity can kill! Wick Tate is a virtual superhero, but when a diary shows up on her doorstep she cannot help find out its secrets. In doing so, will she expose her own as well. Find Me by Romily Bernard is a creepy, mysterious, and alluring look at how secrets hide much closer than we suspect. Will Wick find the killer before they find her or will her secrets die with her?

First book in a new series!  

 

Join the 2015 Teen Team!

2015 Teen Team Logo

TEEN TEAM volunteers assist librarians with Tulsa City-County Library activities during the annual library Summer Reading Program and get hands-on job experience. 2015 Teen Team applications are attached below. Interested teens can fill out an application and return it to the library location they are interested in volunteering at.

Applicants should be: 

♦ 13-15 years old

♦ Able to work for several hours a week this summer at a Tulsa City-County Library .

♦ Interested in gaining job experience, helping your local library, working with children and having fun! 

Intrigue, Action, Music and more

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The Winner's Curse - A quick read, a story of romance, rumours & rebellion! 3 STARS ***

TEEN TECH MONTH: MARCH 2015

2015 Teen Tech Month

LIBRARIES ARE FOR MAKING...!  

Don't miss these fun opportunities to celebrate Teen Tech Month with crafts, gaming, coding, and much more @ your library! Over 50 fun and free events for teens and tweens are taking place at Tulsa City-County Library locations in March for Teen Tech Month. Click Read More below to view the whole list, and to see the attached poster.

BROKEN ARROW LIBRARY

300 W Broadway Ave Broken Arrow, OK 74012• 918-549-7550

Libraries Are for Coding

Thursday March 19 • 2:00 – 3:00 pm

Learn how to code, create a project in Scratch and share it with the group. For ages 10-18.

Read or Die Anime Club

Saturday March 21 • 12:00 – 2:00 pm

Geek out with us over manga and anime. Snacks included! For ages 12-18.

Elementary, My Dear Book Club/In the Middle Book Group

I'll Give You the Sun

i'll give youI'll Give You the Sun recently won the coveted Printz Award, which is awarded annually to the "best book written for teens, based entirely on its literary merit."

Once inseperable, twins Noah and Jude are torn apart by a family tragedy that transforms their intense love for each other into intese anger. Timelines twist and turn around each other in beautifully orchestrateed stories of love and longing.

To find a copy at one of your Tulsa libraries, click here. 

 

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