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Hard Books by Rebecca Howard

There are all kinds of reasons why people read, all of which are equally valid and important.  Some read for escape and entertainment.  Others want to experience historic, futuristic, or fantasy settings and characters.  A lot of us read for the sheer appreciation of language and story as art.  Still others want relatable characters that are so well formed they seem like real people. 

2014 Online Fundraising Survival Guide

Network For Good, an online fundraising software company, is offering a free download of its ebook, 2014 Online Fundraising Survival Guide.

Here are the details from Newtork for Good:

With online donation growth rates creeping skyward, it’s hard to ignore the importance of digital giving. In this guide, you’ll learn the essentials that your nonprofit needs to achieve online fundraising success in 2014. Your survival guide includes:

  • Key stats and trends to help you understand the changing digital landscape

Using the Computer for English Language Learning

Learn how Rosetta Stone and Mango Languages can help your ESL learner. Computer Tutor Alisa Brooks, will be on hand to help both tutors and adult learners with the software programs. This will be a casual, open lab format, rather than a structured class. Try out the programs, ask questions and talk to other ESL tutors and learners.
 

Where: Hardesty Regional Library (8316 E. 93rd St.), Literacy Computer Lab

When: Friday, May 16th, 3:00 p.m.— 4:30 p.m.

Creativity in Business

Join the Tulsa Regional Chamber for May's Small Business Forum on "Creativity in Business" with Dr. Charles Wood of the University of Tulsa and Jacob Johnson of Gitwit Creative.

My mother loves to read but is not able to drive. Do you deliver books to people who aren't able to get to the library?

Yes, the library does offer a homebound delivery service and Books By Mail to those customers who are physically unable to travel to their library branch. This option is offered through our Outreach Services department. Customers who qualify for homebound delivery can request their own items, or have Outreach staff select materials based on their reading preferences.

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