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Rekindling an Old Flame by Rebecca Howard

Sometimes the memory of a book is better than the book itself.  It can be a little heartbreaking to reread a novel that greatly impacted you in your teenage years only to discover that the main character is whiny, narcissistic, selfish, and deluded.  Or, you might realize that the language you thought was so fluid and poetic is actually sappy, overworked mush.  Wuthering Heights is among one of my favorite novels, but I read it twenty yea

Register to Vote!

The ability to vote is a hard-won right for nations and peoples throughout the world. If you are a United States citizen, at least 18 years old and a resident of Oklahoma, then you are eligible to register to vote. 

I've been hearing more lately about the benefits of organic foods and 'eating local'. Where can I find places in Tulsa that are a part of this trend?

You can find lists of such places on the library's Research page, using the subject guide titled 'Tulsa Food'. This guide provides a lot of great information for people who want to make some changes in their diet.

I've been hearing more lately about the benefits of organic foods and 'eating local'. Where can I find places in Tulsa that are a part of this trend?

You can find lists of such places on the library's Research & Learn page, using the subject guide titled 'Tulsa Food'. This guide provides a lot of great information for people who want to make some changes in their diet.

Now Read This (Please)! by Rebecca Howard

Rebecca HowardAs a readers’ advisory librarian, I normally don’t push books I’ve read onto others who might not share my reading interests and preferences. Normally. But, I’m not immune to book evangelism—the need to convince others that the book that has changed your life will undoubtedly change theirs, too.

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