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Strong Like Her by Haley Shapley. Featuring local teen Damiyah Smith, The Powerhouse Princess.

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Core Announces the 2021 Excellence in Children’s and Young Adult Science Fiction list!

When new book lists are announced, our Children's Librarian and other staff take time to go through the lists and choose new titles for our collection.  Click the logo below to see the list of new Teen titles we now have available!


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Contests & Events

Teen Life Fair

October 1st 9:00am-1:00pm

Teen Game Night Murder Mystery

October 3rd 5:00pm-7:00pm

TAB Meeting

October 6th 4:00pm-5:00pm

Teen Halloween Craft Night

October 14th 4:00pm-5:00pm

Young Adult Dungeons and Dragons

October 17th 4:00pm-7:30pm


September Teen Photo Contest Submission and Results (pdf)


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2021 Sequoyah Book List has been Posted!

With this award, Oklahoma honors the Native American leader Sequoyah, for his unique achievement in creating the Cherokee syllabary. Sequoyah chose eighty-five symbols to represent all spoken sounds of the Cherokee language. In so doing, he created a way to preserve his people's language and culture.

The Sequoyah Book Award is a set of three annual awards for books selected by a vote of Oklahoma students in elementary, middle, and high schools

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High School Master List

Intermediate Master List

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