New Books 7/16/18

This week’s nonfiction presents Lincoln’s last murder trial before his presidency, the Flint water crisis, a critical reading of 20th-century Cherokee writers, a journalist’s battle to expose racism and class corruption, and some political observations.  On the fiction side, murder and mayhem abound.   All We Ever Wanted by Emily Giffin When her golden-boy son… Continue Reading New Books 7/16/18

Sovereign Worlds

Let’s Talk About It, Oklahoma (LTAIO) Let’s Talk About It, Oklahoma is a great way to connect with neighbors over books and ideas.  It is a reading and discussion series which consists of 4-5 sessions, each featuring a book from the chosen discussion theme. A humanities scholar opens each session telling about the author’s life,… Continue Reading Sovereign Worlds

How Do Our Gardens Grow?

The Miami Public Library is a proud partner in the Health Literacy Project, a cooperative partnership between the  Miami Public Library, Northeastern Tribal Health Systems, INTEGRIS Miami Hospital and Ottawa County Health Department.  The Health Literacy Project is funded through the Oklahoma Department of Libraries with funds from Library Services and Technology Act, a Federal… Continue Reading How Do Our Gardens Grow?

Summer Reading Program 2018

Libraries Rock Music brings people together; throughout history and around the world, music has been a special part of people’s lives, and it continues to play a fundamental role in self expression and daily life. We will be using books, games, musical experiences, and STEAM activities to make reading fun and meaningful for participants. Miami… Continue Reading Summer Reading Program 2018