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Summer Food Service Program
Kids can eat free all summer at the library! The library will be offering lunch and an afternoon snack through a program hosted by the Oklahoma State Department of Education and Hunger Free Oklahoma. All kids ages 0-18 are invited to lunch at the library May 29th - August 3rd.
Blackwell Public Library Recent Additions
Friends of the Library will hold their July meeting on Tuesday,August 14th, at 5:30 pm. The group will be discussing and establishing the mission, purpose, and structure of the group. Upcoming events and programs at the library will be shared. Refreshments will be served. This is your opportunity to become…Read More
Myers, like Cormier, has been acknowledged for the body of his many award-winning novels. Sixteen year old Steve finds himself in jail on trial for a murder he is not sure he had anything to do with, or anything significantly to do with. In spite of his middle class status,…Read More
Luminous Wolff pens her novel in lines of free verse that capture the flow of feelings and thoughts running across the psyche of fifteen year old LaVaughn, determined to go to college and grow beyond the socioeconomic class she struggles within. A National Book Award winner, True Believer dramatizes the life…Read More
A National Book Award winner like Wolff, Alexie ranks as one of the most acclaimed writers of his generation and a major force in the renaissance of Native American literature. Like all of the writers in this series, he incarnates the reality that good young adult novels inevitably attract some…Read More
Master storyteller in fiction and non-fiction acclaimed by virtually all, Kincaid finds her work marketed for adults and young adults, and actually probably more to the former than the latter – and her work thus truly crosses over those supposed borders between audience ages. With Annie John, she tells the semiautobiographical…Read More