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Enid Public Library offers a variety of activities for children of all ages.

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Activities for teens at the library are for students in grades 6-12. Tween activities include students 10 & up.

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Text 580-670-2205 to talk in real time with a librarian. Renew your books, check the summary of your account, or ask a reference question. You can also email us at refdesk@enid.org

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Join in our 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten program to build a love of reading and earn prizes along the way!

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Enid Library Recent Additions

Book Review: The Midnight Library by Matt Haig

By Staff | Jun 16, 2021
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Review by Alyca “It seems impossible to live without hurting people.”“That’s because it is.”“So why live at all?”“Well, in fairness, dying hurts people too.” It took me a bit to be into this book. I’m not usually a reader of sci-fi.  But the last part of this book is so…

Mini Marimo Terrarium Workshop

By Michaelene | May 27, 2021

Did you know Marimo moss, a rare growth form of algae, is a symbol of prosperity and love in Japan? Learn how to make and care for a mini Marimo moss terrarium pendant during our workshop on Thursday, June 10 at 6:00 PM. For ages 18 & up. No registration…

Book Review: Chain of Iron by Cassandra Clare

By Staff | May 25, 2021

Review by Alyca Book Two in The Last Hours series. Amazing installment to Cassandra Clare’s The Last Hours series! Set in early 1900s London, this story follows the children of Will and Tessa.  Will and Tessa are main characters from her previous series, The Infernal Devices. If you have not…

Book Review: Liar’s Bench by Kim Michele Richardson

By Michaelene | May 18, 2021

Review by Alyca Set in the early 1970’s, this book touches on racism and murder.  Mudas is the main character and her momma gets murdered. The small town in Kentucky’s police chief thinks her alcoholic husband has done this to her. Others in town start gossip that maybe she did…

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