Submitted by Angel Hill on Thu, 07/05/2012 - 1:52pm
Starting tomorrow, the Katy Library has two new tech topics to teach you: Facebook & OneClickDigital. On July 6th & 20th at 1:30PM, you can get the latest scoop on how to use Facebook's new "timeline" format. Then, on July 7th & 21st at 2:00PM learn about the library's new e-audio books (called OneClickDigital) that never have a waiting list and can be renewed over and over. Two new tech topics to tempt you!
Submitted by Angel Hill on Fri, 06/29/2012 - 1:51pm
You're a sports nut, and you've been counting down the days until Opening Ceremony this year. Or, you just want to know how that horse thingy works in the gymnastics competition. How to Watch the Olympics by David Goldblatt and Johnny Acton is the book for you.
Submitted by Angel Hill on Sat, 06/16/2012 - 10:39am
Imagine discovering that the person you know the most has secrets from you. Much of what they've told you is opposite of the truth. Steve Luxenberg found himself in this position when he unearthed the history of his mother and a family member he never knew. Using his journalism skills and passion for family, he wrote Annie's Ghosts: a Journey Into a Family Secret.
Submitted by Angel Hill on Tue, 06/12/2012 - 1:02pm
If you attended our first teen event of the summer, click here to see your pictures. If you missed it, check out a highlight of the Play with Your Food Crafts (You as a Cupcake, You as Pasta, False Teeth, and Candy Sushi).
Submitted by Angel Hill on Thu, 05/31/2012 - 8:15am
You watch the news and follow the latest high-profile court cases. You may have been on a jury and thought to yourself, "There's more to this case than I'm hearing." You want to know. There's a book for you: From Crime Scene to Courtroom: Examining the Mysteries Behind Famous Cases by Dr. Cyril H. Wecht and Dawna Kaufmann. Learn more about Michael Jackson, Casey Anthony, Drew Peterson, Brian Jones, and more!
Submitted by Angel Hill on Wed, 05/16/2012 - 1:41pm
For those of us who like to take things apart and see how they work, there’s a new book: How Music Works by John Powell. A little science, a little psychology… now I know why a piece of music with no lyrics can actually make you cry.