Read It Again! (And Again!)

Read It Again! How To Read "Bear Snores On" Reading a picture book over and over again may feel repetitive to grownups, but it’s great for young readers. 
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Everybody Loves Interactive Books!

How To Read "Owl Babies" Reading books to young children is always rewarding, and finding an interactive book with a great plot line that they love is the icing on the cake.
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Starting a Summer Reading Routine

Starting a Summer Reading Routine by Rachel Ann Dennis, Customer Service Assistant, Central Children’s Department
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Hello, Dolly! Hello, Books!

Dolly Parton's Imagination Library Is In Tulsa! By Rebecca Harrison, Imagination Library Community Engagement Manager
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Play Is Powerful!

Play Is Powerful! By Kena Hardin, Children's Library Associate, Central Library
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Rap, Sing, Read, Rhyme!

Rap, Sing, Read, Rhyme! by Leah Reinsager, Children's Associate, Pratt Library I am sharing this book with you in honor of National Poetry Month in April and National Teacher Appreciation Month in May.
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Listening As Love: The Emotional Power of a Simple Picture Book

Listening As Love: The Emotional Power of a Simple Picture Book By Leah Nevills, Customer Service Assistant, Children’s Department, Central Library
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Magic, Dragons, & Swords - Oh My!

By Kena Hardin, Central Library Children's Associate Does your child love to read about daring adventures, learning about creatures ranging from beastly to ethereal, and imagining themselves walking around the magnificent, fictional kingdoms their favorite characters live in? If so, your child’s reading identity is most likely “Magic, Dragons, & Swords.” I am an avid fantasy reader, and I want to share with you the following books that I believe are worth a read!
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Do Audiobooks Count as Reading? YES, YES, and YES.

By Natalie Mikles, Children’s Associate, Charles Page If you’ve ever wondered if audiobooks for kids count as reading, here’s your answer: YES. (Also: YES and YES.)
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Three Cheers for Summer Reading!

The 2023 Summer Reading Program begins on Thursday, June 1st!  The Tulsa City-County Library is thrilled to offer a FULL Summer Reading Program experience of reading, in-person programs, prizes and more! Drop by any of our 24 libraries or bookmobile to sign up beginning on June 1st.   There's a program for every age - Littles (0 to pre-K), Children's (K-5th grade), Tween/Teen (5th grade - age 18), and Adults - and excellent prizes and coupons for each!
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