Feature of the Month for May is Oklahoma author Carolyn Hart

Our feature of the month for May is Oklahoma City mystery author Carolyn Hart. Hart, a native of Oklahoma City, has written 58 books including the Death on Demand series, Henrie O series and her new series Bailey Ruth. Her stand alone novel, Letter From Home, was nominated for the Pulitzer Prize by the Oklahoma […]

New books April 2017

Children’s books: Little Ree by Ree Drummond; Tucky Jo & Little Heart by Patricia Polacco. Nonfiction books: Killers of the Flower Moon: The Osage Murders and the Birth of the F.B.I. by David Grann; The Zookeepers Wife: a war story by Diane Ackerman; Old School: life in the sane lane by Bill O’Reilly; Love Does […]


Book Bonanza starts Saturday, March 25, 2017 Hardback & paperback books, children’s and adult books, some movies and books on cassette. Come check it out. $2 donation per sack. Runs for 1 week. Our hours are Saturday from 9-noon and Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. The proceeds from this fundraiser go […]

New books in time for Spring at the Library

Two new books by V.C. Andrews Broken Glass & The Mirror Sisters; Treasured Grace by Tracie Peterson; Without Warning by Joel Rosenberg; Devil in Spring by Lisa Kleypas; two young adult books by Stan Lee in the Zodiac series, The Balance of Power & The Dragon’s Return; two nonfiction books Lies We Believe About God […]

Books Sandwiched In continues through the Summer

Books Sandwiched In, the book club that meets at the Library the first Wednesday of each month from noon until 1 p.m., is continuing through the summer. Everyone is welcome to talk about whatever books they are reading and hear short reviews of the books others are reading. So bring a sandwich or lunch, water […]

Two Books from our hometown author, Dr. Benjamin Myers

Lapse Americana The twin ravens, Thought and Memory, of Norse myth are reborn as American crows to fly an interweaving pattern or remembering and forgetting through the pages of Lapse Americana. Born out of the poet’s childhood during the Pax Americana and situated within the war and economic lapse of the new century, these poems […]

Sequoyah Book Lists for 2016

Every year the Sequoyah Book Award committee selects and compiles a list of books in the categories of children, intermediate (young adult) and high school. Volunteer reading teams vote on their favorite books. The awards are given out annually at the Oklahoma Library Association conference. Printable Lists with Details and Notes Intermediate (Young Adult) (PDF) > […]

New Books to Get Your Pre-Spring off to a Good Start

The Theory of Death by Faye Kellerman Golden Lion by Wilbur Smith Depraved Heart by Patricia Cornwell Host by Robin Cook The Pharaoh’s Secret by Clive Cussler Foreign Affairs by Stuart Woods Shopaholic to the Rescue by Sophie Kinsella Playing with Fire by Tess Gerritson Tricky Twenty-Two by Janet Evanovich Corrupted by Lisa Scottoline Stars of Fortune by Nora Roberts The Guilty by David Baldacci All Dressed […]

Books Sandwiched In Program Resumes in January

Here’s your chance to get out of your comfort zone and read a book because it was recommended by someone who read it. Join us in the Community Room of the Library from Noon to 1 pm beginning Wednesday, January 6, for a different kind of book club. Everyone gets a chance to tell about the book […]