- Published on Tuesday, 16 December 2014 09:00
Happy Holidays! All hometown libraries will close at 6 pm on December 23 and will be closed all day on December 24 and 25. We will reopen for regular hours on December 26. Have a great holiday and check out these winter books to share with your family!
Winter by Sian Smith
What do animals do in winter? Read this book to find out what happens in winter. Books in this series introduce children to the four seasons. Each book uses simple, repetitive text to teach children basic vocabulary, and includes stunning photographs to show the changes that take place during each season. In Winter, children learn about typical winter activities and changes in the natural world.
- Published on Wednesday, 03 December 2014 11:14
Aiden, Ashley, and Rebekah bring holiday cheer as they talk about all the exciting programs happening in December and early January. This show features Cindy from the Moore Library talking about everything Middle Earth; Rebekah and Chris sharing robotics at the Norman Central Library; and Phil stops by to help you navigate the Health Insurance Marketplace.
produced by Moore Monthly
- Published on Thursday, 21 August 2014 16:20
The contest is open to anyone who has a library card with the Pioneer Library System.
To be eligible for a card, you must live, work, attend school, or own property in Cleveland, McClain, or Pottawatomie County in Oklahoma. You are also eligible for a card with the Pioneer Library System if you qualify for a card with the Metropolitan Library System.
To apply for a library card, visit a library of the Pioneer Library System or fill out the online application to apply for a library card.
The contest will be conducted under the auspices of the Pioneer Library System Foundation.
The contest is divided into three categories (age categories are based on age at time of submission):
Student ages 8-18;
Adult ages 19 and older;
Employees of the Pioneer Library System
Works produced through participation in a library-sponsored The Big Read workshop or class are eligible for submission in the contest.
Professional artists and illustrators are encouraged to enter the contest.
Digital images of the contest entries become the property of the Pioneer Library System and may be used in promotion and advertising of The Big Read: A Wizard of Earthsea and related activities. Artists maintain ownership and rights to the original artwork. Artists selected for inclusion in The Big Read Art Show agree to loan the original pieces for display.