Suburban Acres Library

Suburban Acres Library African American History Month Essay Contest - ENTRY submission deadline extended!

Entries for the Suburban Acres Library African American History Month Essay Contest will be accepted through Saturday, March 1, 2014. Prizes will be awarded to the winning entry on Saturday, March 15, 2014 (12pm) at the awards ceremony at Suburban Acres Library, 4606 N. Garrison Ave. Contact the library for more information, 918-549-7655.

SAL 2014 African American History Month Essay Contest

Students in grades 5-7 are encourgaed to participate in the 2014 African American History Month Essay Contest sponsored by Suburban Acres Library. Theme: "An African American of the 21st Century (2001-Present) is important to me beacause he/she has _______________________." Entry deadline is Wednesday, 02/26/14; for more info. call the library at 918-549-7655.

A Word From sdub! -- Book Review

Beneath A Meth Moon

Want a look into the lives of teen drug addicts? Seeking understanding of the why's and how's of addiction? Stop by any library and pick up Beneath A Meth Moon by Jaqueline Woodson. The celebrated and award winning New York author, J. Woodson, has penned a book of insight and eye-opening content. After being introduced to meth or "moon" by a boyfriend, Laurel's life takes a downward journey that is hard to escape but not impossible. This book is one that is recommended to tweens, teens, parents and teachers based on its compelling story and descriptive dialogue.

 

Suburban Acres Library African American History Month Art/Essay Contest Winners

 ART/ESSAY CONTEST WINNERS AWARDED PRIZES

Are you considered normal?

Julie Anne Peters has writen the story of two totally different girls who find themselves squaring off in a peer-counseling program where they find that they have---SURPRISE!!! more than a few things in common. Included in the book is a reading-group guide written by the author. Check your local library to get a copy!
 
 
Define Normal by Julie Anne Peters
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