Come look at our bulletin board about Kevin Henkes.  We are all looking forward to his new book, "Waiting".


The owl, the pig, the bear, the puppy and the rabbit are all waiting for different things.  

What can it be?  Put this book on hold so you will be one of the first people to read it and find out.  While waiting, come explore our display of other books he has already written.  Kevin Henkes is not only an author but an award winning illustrator.  His book titled, "Kitten's First Full Moon", won the Caldecott award.

Hey Aldine, did you know about Wowbrary?

Here at Aldine we get a lot of questions about what our latest books, or CDs, or movies are. Did you know that there's an awesome service called Wowbrary that will send you weekly emails about what Harris County's latest arrivals are?

Friends Book Sale

boy reading under treeCome and find a new favorite from our terrific selection of used books, just in time for summer reading! Sale hours are Friday, June 5th, 1:00 pm to 6:00 pm and Saturday, June 6th, from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm.

Teens: Celebrate Teen Literature Day with Bookapalooza

Teens, put down that book and take a break from reading by celebrating Teen Literature Day at the library. Join us on Thursday, April 16th at 4:30pm for an afternoon of book related games, crafts, prizes, and more! No registration required. This program is appropriate for ages 13-18. 

Rodeo Reads for Little Buckaroos

rodeoJoin me for Rodeo Storytime Tuesday, February 3rd at 10:30am in the meeting room.  We will sing cowboy songs, read stories and do a western craft. Come dressed in your western wear and bring and camera.  Come 30 minutes early to get a ticket at the Information Desk because space is limited.   

Turning Things Around

There are some changes going on at Aldine. We are in the process of shifting books. As Bonnie noted in her blog, the Romance section has moved. Soon, we will remove some shelving. All this is being done to maintain the library, streamline the collection, and better serve you. Happy Holidays! 

Book Gift Ideas from our Book Clubs

In case you’re looking for gift ideas, here are the favorite books read by various book clubs this year!
From the Inspirational Book Club:
Favorite inspirational romance: Take a Chance on me by Susan May Warren, from the Christiansen Family series.

Westerns: Adult Genre Challenge #3

If you’re taking our Genre Challenge this is your opportunity to experience the uniquely American genre of Westerns.  Westerns started out as “dime novels” in the mid-19th century. Classic stories and writers helped invent how we imagine the Old West. The typical Western hero is the loner who rides into town, cleans things up, and rides out again.

The Championship Round of Kingwood Library's March Madness: YA Book Bracket starts TODAY!

                                                 fangirl   VS.  allegiant
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