Find Your Next Favorite Book

The staff at Tulsa City-County Library are avid readers and are a great resource when you aren't sure what to read next.  Here are some recommendations without even having to ask! 

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In this gorgeous illustrated book, a teenager and a robot try to drag something decent out of an alternate 90s California littered with VR addicts and corporate decay.
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Johanna - Central Library
Johanna
Central Library
"Pretty Little Liars meets the Breakfast Club" in this mystery that will absolutely suck you in.
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Heather - South Broken Arrow Library
Heather
South Broken Arrow Library
Intensely personal, but still amazingly relatable, it’s an awesome window into what it means to be non-binary and asexual. Appealing to people in the LGBTQIA+ community and to those wishing to learn more.
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Laura Salas
Laura
Brookside Library
This is the best book I've read so far this year. It is a Beauty and the Beast retelling with a lot of exceptions.
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Adrienne - Rudisill Library
Adrienne
Rudisill Library
It's an important story about people in power oppressing those without. From the very beginning, this book captured my attention and made me care about the Osage people.
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Javier
Javier
Central Library
A fun, beautifully illustrated rendition of a Hindu myth that’s perfect to introduce kids to other religions and cultures
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Miranda
Miranda
Support Services Center
Cute journey of a father, his daughter, and a student into the world of cooking.
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Staff Pick Chris S.
Chris
Central Library
An engaging, yet often heartbreaking tale featuring the life of the woman behind the famous genius.
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Staff Pick Kelli M.
Kelli
South Broken Arrow Library
Native American mystery lovers rejoice! This book is fantastic!
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Staff Pick Melinda J.
Melinda
South Broken Arrow Library
Princesses and mystery – lots of adventure, with a touch of the magical.
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Staff Pick Joy C.
Joy
Schusterman-Benson Library
“The queen stopped screaming just after midnight” 2 queens, 1,000 years and 7 elemental talents that will amaze and terrify.
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Staff Pick Cathie Sue A.
Cathie Sue
Support Services Center
This charming spy novel is one of the best historical romances I’ve read this year and the start to a great series.
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Staff Pick Katlin S.
Katlin
Central Library
This is one of the most relatable characters I’ve read in quite a while! I remember sounding just like Molly (but in my own head) while she talked herself through the way relationships change.
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Staff Pick Heather L.
Heather
South Broken Arrow Library
What would humans do if aliens dumped a bunch of their bizarre and hazardous junk on our planet and then left? Why, we’d figure out how to profit from the situation, of course!
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Staff Pick Peter K.
Peter
Central Library
Adorable, delightful! Charming, colorful illustrations. Meaningful without sacrificing any of the cuteness.
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Staff Pick Tori H.
Tori
Glenpool Library
I'm a big fan of choosing books that offer fun bonding moments for caregivers and the children they are reading to. This book has intrigue, laughs and well… glowing underwear!
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Staff Pick Stacy L.
Stacy
Central Library
Tragic yet beautiful in presenting the impact this drug has on youth and the intense struggle it creates to break free of the addiction.
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Staff Pick Sherrie W.
Sherrie
Suburban Acres Library
Honest, heartfelt and relevant. This should be on everyone's must-read list.
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Staff Pick Sarah D.
Sarah
Owasso Library
Welcome to Warcross: everyone plays the game but no one knows how high the stakes really are. 
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Staff Pick Sarah D.
Sarah
Herman and Kate Kaiser Library
Latham does a great job melding the past with the present in a story about a dark time in Tulsa's history, the Tulsa Race Massacre.
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Staff Pick Richard Why
Richard
Charles Page Library