I’d Like To Get Involved In A Book Discussion Group. How Can The Library Help Me Do This?

Have you ever read a book that you enjoyed so much you just had to tell someone about it? Are you looking for a way to branch out from your typical reading tastes? Perhaps you just want to make some new friends who share your interest in books? Well, book discussion groups are a perfect way to accomplish any or all of these goals.

Get Your Summer Reading Prizes & More!

It's not too late to participate in the Summer Reading Program at the Tulsa City-County Library! Babies, children, teens, and adults have until August 5th to sign up and complete - simply go to any of our library locations (including the bookmobile!), get a reading log, and start reading!

Free Your Child! The Importance of Freedom of Choice in Reading

Our country just celebrated our Independence Day. (In my neighborhood, very loudly and with lots of fireworks!) If there is one value Americans hold dear, it is our freedom. Free to worship in the way we want, free to speak and protest, free to BE.

That freedom is key in helping your child become confident and independent readers. Research shows that children who have a free choice of what to read are more likely to read longer and with more attention.

New In The Digital Collections: June 2017 Update

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In June 2017, TCCL uploaded 46 items into the Digital Collections. There are now approximately 36,791 items in the Digital Collections. Additions include: 


Summer Officially Has Begun And It's Heating Up. Is There A List Of Pool Or Splash Pads Around Town?

You're in luck! The library has a database called Tulsa Organizations and Services (or TOS) which includes a wealth of information about Tulsa area groups and facilities, goverment agencies and departments, and other local resources. Included in the database is a list of public swimming pools, water playgrounds, and splash pads open in the Tulsa County area this summer.