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Need some book suggestions? Try Your Next Great Read!

Have you exhausted every title by your favorite author? Do you want to get out of a reading rut with something different? We can help you find Your Next Great Read. Simply fill out a survey about your reading preferences and interests, and a Readers Adviser will create a personalized reading guide with suggested authors and titles that you might enjoy.

The American Indian Festival of Words is this month. Take a look at some of our resources on Native American heritage!

Whether you are an American Indian yourself or just want to learn more about the culture and people, the Tulsa City-County Library has a number of tools that you may find useful. The best place to start is with our American Indian Resource Center (or AIRC), which can be found in the Interests tab of the library’s home page, under the Topics list.

It’s time to file my taxes. Can the library help me?

While the library does not offer a tax preparation service, we do have some tools that can help you with the process of filing your taxes. A list of these resources can be found on our Tax Information page.

Does the library have meeting rooms available for reservation?

Yes, almost every public library in theTulsa City County Library System (with the exception of the Librarium) has at least one meeting room that is available for reservation by groups and organizations. Certain rules and policies apply in order to reserve a room. These can found in the Meeting Rooms link on the library's About page. 

I Need To Replace The Starter In My Truck, But The Chilton's Manual For My Vehicle Is Checked Out. Do You Have Another Way I Can Find Auto Repair Instructions?

Yes, the library has a database called the Auto Repair Reference Center that provides repair information from the Chilton Total Car Care Series. It covers vehicles from 1945 to the present, both domestic and imports. This info includes repair instructions, wiring schematics, technical bulletins, and labor time estimates. You can access the ARRC in our Research & Learn section via the Alphabetical List of Databases.

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