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Writing Contest!

Calling all kids kindergarten through third grade! Enter your story for a chance to win a national contest and have your story published online at pbskids.org/read. If you or someone you know has a child that loves to write and has great stories to tell, have them pick up an application at High Meadows Library. The deadline to apply  is Monday, March 17, 2014. Also, please check out our events calendar to check out what else is going on at High Meadows. 

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What You Might Not Know About Dr. Seuss

Many of you are familiar with the beloved children's books written by Dr. Seuss. What you may not be aware of is that "Dr. Seuss" was a nom de plume. His given name was Theodor Seuss Geisel. 

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This post brought to you by the letter L

If you've been surfing Google recently, you've probably seen Big Bird, Cookie Monster and Oscar hanging out at the top of your screen.  And if you're like me, you've spent this week reminiscing about the fun you had watching Sesame Street as a kid.  I remember trying to eat dessert like Cookie Monster and carrying around my Big Bird doll everywhere I went.  And when the theme song started, I plopped down in front of the TV and didn't move until the show ended.  I still have fond memories of Big Bird, Oscar, Bert, Ernie and the whole bunch.  
 
As a kid, I thought the show was all about fun.  I had no clue I was learning counting, colors,...

Register for upcoming PBS workshop

The Crosby Branch Library will be hosting a FREE PBS workshop for adults on Saturday, October 17, from 10 am - 2 pm. This workshop is based on the daily television series, A Place of Our Own and Sid, The Science Kid. It is for adults and will focus on developing children's language and literacy skills with the theme of Conflict Resolution. You MUST register to attend and space is limited. If interested, please call Ann Crider at 713-743-8414 or email her at acrider@houstonpbs.org. These programs are always informative and fun.

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