Read On! In defense of comics

  Graphic novels and comic books get a bad rap with some people in the reading world. They’re often labeled as “not real books” or “not reading.” I’d like to help change that perception.  I understand the hesitation of finding legitimacy in reading graphic novels and comic books. One of the biggest misunderstandings is the […]

Library Closed Monday, October 14th

Our physical building will be closed on September 2nd, 2019 for Labor Day, but we’re open 24/7 online! Check your account, place holds, download ebooks and audiobooks, learn a language, research your family history – all from where ever you are, day or night.

Read On! Communication

One of the best compliments I have ever received as a librarian happened just a few weeks ago. The father of one of my daughter’s friends said, “When we were kids, if libraries had been like the Pryor Library, I probably would have hung out there more.”  We work really hard here to make sure […]

Read On! Banned Book Week

The American Library Association and libraries across the nation observe “Banned Book Week” during the last week in September. This is a week where we celebrate our freedom to read and our ability to freely access information – two things libraries fight diligently for.  Libraries actively fight challenges and bans on the books we offer […]