Brainfuse Is Here for Learners of All Ages

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The library now has Brainfuse – on demand, anytime, anywhere eLearning for all ages and levels.

Brainfuse is one of the nation’s leading online tutoring providers for libraries and schools.

Users get real-time tutoring from instructors through the Brainfuse online classroom.

Brainfuse HelpNow

Students work with live tutors using an interactive whiteboard to chat, write, draw, copy & paste text or images and graph homework problems. Use HelpNow for homework help, skills building and test prep.

The Writing Lab and the 24/7 Center

Users get the freedom to get help any time of the day without connecting with a live tutor. Users can submit papers through the Writing Lab for feedback. The 24/7 Center is for non-writing assignments like math or science.

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Job-seekers can get live online help, powerful tools, and other resources.

Live Interview Coaching

Brush up on interview techniques or get live online interview practice from trained job coaches. Job coaches and users chat live chat through the online classroom. Also get 24/7 access to interview tips and career resources.

Resume Lab

Submit your resume and a job coach will send it back within 24 hours with detailed feedback and suggestions for improvement. You can also download resume templates or browse resources for making better resumes.

Career Resources

24/7 access to carefully chosen job resources. Brainfuse job coaches help users strategically target jobs best suited to their interests and qualifications.

Adult Learning Center

Get basic career-enhancing skills. ALC offers test preparation (including the GED and the USCIS citizenship test) and an academic skills center featuring live, online tutors.

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Support for your community’s veterans and their families. VetNow offers help navigating the VA, academic tutoring, and help with employment transition.

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  • 24/7 help with academic questions
  • Live help for language learners
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Thank you, Oklahoma Department of Libraries, and the Institute of Museums and Library Services for offering this to Oklahoma libraries.

End of school, Summer on the Way….

…and there’s new books at the Library. All fiction, by your favorite authors like Beautiful by Danielle Steel, The Baxters (the prequel) by Karen Kingsbury, By the Book (a Meant to Be novel) by Jasmine Guillory, Diamond Eye by Kate Quinn, Dream Town by David Baldacci, A Family Affair by Robyn Carr, Fear Thy Neighbor by Fern Michaels, The Homewreckers by Mary Kay Andrews, The Investigator by John Sandford, Kingdom of Bones by James Rollins, The Match by Harlan Coban, Recovery Agent by Janet Evanovich, The Sacred Bridge by Anne Hillerman, The Safe House by Stuart Woods, Summer Getaway by Susan Mallery, What Happened to the Bennet’s by Lisa Scottoline, When She Dreams by Amanda Quick, The Wrong Victim by Allison Brennan and 22 Seconds (Women’s Murder Club) by James Patterson.

New books for the new year

The Library finished 2021 by ordering new books which came in right after the new year. The Library received the nonfiction book Act Like You Got Some Sense by Jamie Foxx and a children’s graphic novel Cat Kid Comic Club Perspective by Dav Pilkey. New adult fiction books include Autopsy by Patricia Cornwell, The Becoming (Dragon Heart Legacy #2) by Nora Roberts, The Beginning by Beverly Lewis, Clive Cussler’s The Devil’s Sea by Dirk Cussler, Cloud Cuckoo Land by Anthony Doer, Criminal Mischief by Stuart Woods, Curse of Salem by Kay Hooper, Flying Angels by Danielle Steel, Forgiving Paris by Karen Kingsbury, Gentleman in Moscow by Amor Towles, Mercy by David Baldacci, The Midnight Lock by Jeffery Deaver, Sorority Murder by Allison Brennan, Tom Clancy Chain of Command by Marc Cameron, Wish You Were Here by Jodi Picoult and Fear No Evil by James Patterson.

New Books at Chandler Library for November

New books were recently added to the Library collection including The Butler by Danielle Steel, Attic on Queen Street by Karen White, Better Off Dead by Lee Child, Dark Hours by Michael Connelly, Foul Play by Stuart Woods, Game On: Tempting 28 by Janet Evanovich, Judges List by John Grisham, Lincoln Highway by Amor Towles, Love Songs of W.E.B. Du Bois by Honoree Fanonne Jeffers, Harlem Shuffle by Colson Whitehead, Never by Ken Follett, Oh, William by Elizabeth Strout, Over My Dead Body by Jeffrey Archer, Party Crasher by Sophie Kinsella, Dear Santa by Debbie Macomber and Christmas Promise by Richard Paul Evans. New young adult books are Christmas Pig by J.K. Rowling and Daughter of the Deep by Rick Riordan and new children’s books include the graphic novels Narwhal, Unicorn of the Sea by Ben Clanton and Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Big Shot by Jeff Kinney and Pony by R.J. Palacio.

New books for fall @ the Chandler Library

The Library recently purchased over 20 new books for the library including a young adult book by Chandler alumnus Ginny Myers Sain called Dark and Shallow Lies.
We also have Another Kind of Eden by James Lee Burke, Apples Never Fall by Liane Moriarty, Burning by Jonathan Kellerman and his son Jesse, Cellist by Daniel Silva, Cul-de-Sac by Joy Fielding, Daughter of the Morning Star by Craig Johnson, Forgotten in Death by J.D. Robb, High Stakes by Iris Johansen, Jailhouse Lawyer and Noise both by James Patterson, Robert B. Parker’s Stone’s Throw by Mike Lupica, Slow Fire Burning by Paula Hawkins, Viral by Robin Cook, Vortex by Catherine Coulter, Wish by Nicholas Sparks and 19 Yellow Moon Road by Fern Michaels.
Christmas books have started coming and we have three romances by your favorite authors, Christmas Wedding Guest by Susan Mallery, Santa Cruise by Fern Michaels, Santa Suit by Mary Kay Andrews.
We also purchased You Were Made for This Moment: Courage for today and hope for tomorrow by Max Lucado

New Books for 2021

  • Frontier Follies  by Ree Drummond
  • Gates of Athens by Conn Iggulden
  • The Russian by James Patterson
  • Spin by Patricia Cornwell
  • Beirut Protocol by Joel C. Rosenbert
  • Dark Sky by C.J. Box
  • Power Couple by Alex Berenson
  • Book of Lost Friends by Lisa Wingate
  • Tell No Lies by Allison Brennan
  • First Comes Marriage by Debbie Macomber
  • No Way Out by Fern Michaels
  • Distant Shore by Karen Kingsbury
  • Finding Ashley by Danielle Steel
  • Sooley by John Grisham
  • Stargazer by Anne Hillerman
  • When the Stars Go Dark by Paula McLain
  • Jackpot by Stuart Woods
  • Saboteurs, by Clive Cussler
  • Unfinished Business by J.A. Jance
  • Blind Tiger by Sandra Brown
  • Ghost Blows a Kiss by Carolyn Hart
  • Maidens by Alex Michaelides

New Young Adult books for 2021

  • The Rest of the Story by Sarah Dessen
  • The Toll by Neal Shusterman
  • Come Find Meby Megan Miranda
  • Devils Unto Dust by Emma Berquist
  • The Darkest Minds  by Alexandra Bracken
  • New Kid by Jerry Craft
  • Prisoner B-3087 by Alan Gratz
  • Where She Fell by Kaitlin Ward
  • The Stars Beneath Our Feet by David Barclay Moore/li>
  • Hocus Pocus & the All New Sequel by A.W. Jantha
  • The Boy, The Boat & The Beast by Samantha Clark
  • The Island At the End of Everything by Kiran Millwood Hardgrave
  • Sneak Thief by Faith Harkey
  • The Summer of Broken Things by Margaret Peterson Haddix
  • Smoke and Mirrors by Kristin Halbrook
  • Tess of the Road by Rachel Hartman
  • Squirm by Carl Hiaasen
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Children’s Books for 2021

  • H is For Honor by Devin Scillian
  • Brown Girl Dreaming by Jacqueline Woodson
  • Don Freeman’s Courduroy Takes a Bow by Viola Davis
  • Sincerely Emerson by Emerson Weber
  • Don’t Hug Doug by Carrie Finnison
  • The Battle for The Crystal Castle  by Geronimo Stilton
  • Escape from the Twin Towers by Kate Messner
  • Grace and Box by Kim Howard
  • I Am a Kindness Hero  by Jennifer Adams
  • I Am Anne Frank by Brad Meltzer
  • I Am Jackie Robinson by Brad Meltzer
  • Donald Trump  by Grace Hansen
  • I Am Smart I Am Blessed I Can Do Anything! by Alissa Holder
  • Late Lunch With Llamas by Mary Pope Osborne
  • Our Little Inventor  by Sher Rill Ng
  • Who Is Joe Biden America’s 46th President by R. Margolin
  • Love Jar by P.N. Tankersley
  • Moon Over Star  by Dianna Hilts Aston
  • New Shoes, Red Shoes  by Susan Rollings
  • The World Needs Who You Were Made to Be by Johanna Gaines
  • Toby and the Secret Code by Una Bell Townsend

Chandler Public Library resumes in-person Story Time Tuesday, Sept. 7

Story Time will resume Tuesday, September 7 at 9:30 a.m. and run through Tuesday Nov. 23 just before Thanksgiving. We will continue with the Summer Reading Program theme of Tails and Tales reading about all kinds of animals, zoo animals, jungle animals, farm animals and pets. In between reading about animals we will celebrate various holidays such as Grandparents Day, the first day of Fall, Halloween, Veteran’s Day and Thanksgiving.
On Tuesday, September 7 we will celebrate Grandparents Day reading books about grandparents and making a craft for grandparents. On September 14 we will recognize National Library Card month. We will be reading books about Libraries and children will have an opportunity to sign up for their own Library card.
We look forward to children returning to in-person programs. We are continuing cleaning protocols in the library which include cleaning after everyone leaves, cleaning the outside of materials and letting them stand for 24 hours before putting them back in circulation.
The Chandler Public Library is located at 1021 Manvel, the corner of 11th and Manvel. For more information about Story Time contact us at 405-258-3204. We are on Facebook, Chandler Public Library (make sure it’s Oklahoma and not Arizona, ours has a grumpy cat on the page) and on our website www.chandlerlibrary.okpls.org.

New books for the end of Summer

With summer ending, vacations over and school starting it’s time to catch up on some reading. The Chandler Library recently purchased new books to help you catch up on the latest bestsellers.
We have Billy Summers by Stephen King, Black Ice by Brad Thor, Blind Tiger by Sandra Brown, Bone Code by Kathy Reichs, Choose Me by Tess Gerritsen, Devil in Disguise by Lisa Kleypas, Dog Eat Dog by David Rosenfelt, False Witness by Karin Slaughter, Ghost Blows a Kiss by Carolyn Hart, It’s Better This Way by Debbie Macomber, The Maidens by Alex Michaelides, Relentless by R.A. Salvatore, Turnout by Meg Abbot, While We Were Dating by Jasmine Guillory, Women’s March by Jennifer Chiaverini, Third Grave by Lisa Jackson, 9 Lives by Danielle Steel, The Personal Librarian by Marie Benedict and The Shadow by James Patterson.
We also bought two new children’s books H is for Honor by Devin Scillian and Geronimo Stilton: Reporter by Geronimo Stilton.

Stay cool and read!

It’s too hot outside so stay in the air conditioning and read. We have some books for you to enjoy since Summer decided to come on with a vengeance. New at the Library are Bullet by Iris Johansen, Final Twist by Jeffery Deaver, Golden Girl by Elin Hilderbrand, Hidden by Fern Michaels, Jackpot by Stuart Woods, Killing the Mob by Bill O’Reilly, Legacy by Nora Roberts, The President’s Daughter by Bill Clinton and James Patterson, Robert B. Parker’s Payback by Mike Lupica, Saboteurs by Clive Cussler, Tom Clancy’s Target Acquired by Don Bentley and Unfinished Business by J.A. Jance