chocolate

Spooky E-Reads

If you're looking for fun craft and cooking books to dive into this October, make sure to check out OverDrive's Spooktacular Cooking & Crafts e-book collection. You'll find tons of creative cooking, craft and costume ideas to put together, including knitting crafts, ideas for parties and snacks, and fun do-it-yourself cosplays. E-books are free through our OverDrive and Libby apps using your library card number. 

If you haven't had a chance to stop by the library for a free library card, you can always get instant access to our e-materials by signing up online for your iKnow Digital Library Card.

 

Hey, Chocolate Lovers!

 Registration is now open for our very first Chocolate Olympics!  Children (ages 8 - 12) can participate and have fun in easy-to-win tabletop games, challenges and relays – all involving chocolate!
This yummy program will meet on Thursday, February 9th at 5:00 pm in the Children's Area and is limited to 20 children.  Please call 832-559-4235 to register.
*not recommended for children with peanut allergies

Sweet Rivalry

Candy is a nice treat, but the business of confections can be anything but kind. Roald Dahl's Charlie and the Chocolate Factory was partially based on two of England's biggest candy rivals, Cadbury and Rowntree. The companies would often steal trade secrets from each other by sending spies to work in both factories.

A Chocoholic Lovers Mystery Series

In The Chocolate Puppy Puzzle by JoAnna Carl  Lee McKinney, business manager for TenHuis Chocolade finds herself questioning the credentials  of Aubrey Andrews Armstrong who has swept into town claiming to be a Hollywood producer.

Love Poems for Valentine's Day: Guaranteed To Throw Sparks Or Your Money Back.

Photo Credit: aliança by Rodrigo GianesiFor some people Valentine's Day is easy. They sow Necco Sweethearts like grass seed, believing each little saying imprinted on each little pastel-tinted heart to be meaningful if not oracular. Then there are the conspiracy theorists who claim to have documented proof that the Truffle Makers' Guild and the equally nefarious Greeting Card Poets' Bund are behind the whole charade.

And then there are the rest of us, swinging between hope and despair.

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