Read On! Greed in Publishing

Patrons who use our ebook library are about to be frustrated with our service. I sincerely apologize. All 8,000 public library systems offering ebooks are trying to find a solution. Ebooks are sold differently than their physical counterparts. When we buy a physical book, the library owns it. We can add it to our collection, […]

Read On: Art in the Library

Last weekend, we went to the Gilcrease Museum to see the Pulitzer Prize photograph exhibit. I needed more than one tissue to get through it, but I’m glad we went. It was room after room of powerful and heartwrenching pieces of our history.  While we were there, we took the time to explore some of […]

Read On! Tough Topics

Life is full of tough topics. At the library, we specialize in finding the resources you need and we are non-judgemental about what those resources are. That said, we also understand that asking a stranger or (sometimes worse) someone you know for help with a very personal topic is uncomfortable. We’re working on several Tough […]

Read On! Interlibrary Loan

We try to always have what our patrons are looking for, but with the amount of works being published it’s an impossible goal to achieve. Luckily, hope is not lost when the book or movie you’re looking for is not in our collection! We have two options for you: 1) you can request that we […]