Searching through our catalog for something new in nonfiction, children’s, fiction (listed in the catalog as “Marketplace”), or young adult (listed as “Teen New”)? Our “More Search Options” feature is here to help! Advanced Search Go to our Catalog: http://bit.ly/2P2LlH2 Click on “More Search Options” in the top right hand corner A pull down menu…

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Overdrive just released Black Lives Matter: Community Read, a program that puts the focus on #ownvoices to read, listen, learn and grow and expand knowledge of race relations. New titles are released within the program and are available for a limited time, but they can be checked out instantly with no waitlists or holds. The…

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Updated: September 2, 2020 As per Mayor Pankonin’s Three-Phased Plan for Reopening Enid’s Economy, the Enid Public Library is set to re-open Monday, June 1st at 9:00 AM during Phase II. Here’s what we are doing to protect you and our staff: Shields are being placed at public service desks. All staff will be wearing…

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picture of woman

Review by: Sarah A Bride’s Story, Volume 1 by Kaoru Mori is one of the most beautiful manga out there and is illustrated by the author.  The detail that the author draws is just amazing. It is currently ongoing in Japan with 13 volumes.  11 volumes are currently available in English with volume 12 coming…

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woman walking on cobblestone street

Review by: Andrea Wow!  I couldn’t put this book down! Flashing between the present and the past, Alice, who has her own family drama, is sent on a quest by her 95-year-old grandmother to discover all of the secrets of her past before she leaves the earth.   Her grandmother, Hanna, was living in Poland during…

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girl next to yellow hydrant

Review by: Jessie Full title: Girl, Wash Your Face: Stop Believing the Lies About Who You Are So You Can Become Who You Were Meant to Be by Rachel Hollis This is the book I didn’t know I needed in my life. Rachel Hollis gets down to the nitty-gritty of the lies we tell ourselves.…

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bloody crown on cover

Reviews by: Jessie Red Queen​ (#1) by: Victoria Aveyard    A country divided. On one side are the Reds, common everyday people.  On the other side are the Silvers, people with superhero-like powers. Mare  Barrow, a seventeen-year-old Red girl from a poverty-stricken area, discovers that although she is Red she can control electricity. To disguise…

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blue backdrop with rain and Eiffel Tower

Review by: Andrea If you love historical fiction, this is the book for you.  This is a tale about two sisters in France during the German occupation in WWII.  One sister has a family she struggles to keep alive; the other is risking everything to be an integral part of the resistance.  Wonderfully written and in…

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