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What makes The Great Gatsby such an enduring work of literature? It was not, after all, a bestseller when it was published, yet it is still in print 90 years after its original publication. It has sold millions of copies, and is taught in high schools and universities as an American classic. The novel holds up well to re-reading, each time revealing more depth and richness than the time before.
Submitted by Jennifer A on Thu, 05/22/2014 - 3:18pm
The Oklahoma Society of Certified Public Accountants made a fantastic Financial Fitness Kit and has provided copies to library locations for free—and the literacy office has more than a few to give out to those who might be interested in obtaining one! The kit is in the form of a magazine and is quite text-heavy, so this might be a good tool for a tutor to use during lessons with adult learners who are interested in obtaining financial information. They contain some really great information on the following topics:
Communities of Distinction, a syndicated TV show hosted by former Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Terry Bradshaw, is set to feature Tulsa City-County Library's exciting advancements happening at Librarium, 11th and Denver. Tune in to ION KTPX-TV channel 44, Cox channel 4 or DTV channel 28 on:
There are all kinds of reasons why people read, all of which are equally valid and important. Some read for escape and entertainment. Others want to experience historic, futuristic, or fantasy settings and characters. A lot of us read for the sheer appreciation of language and story as art. Still others want relatable characters that are so well formed they seem like real people.