Let's Go Fly A Kite That You Made!

Come to the Tuesday Craft on April 19th at 4:30 pm to make a kite to send soaring.  All kids 6 - 12 are welcome.  

Happy Spring!

  Hard to believe, based on the current temperatures we've been having, but, it is still Winter!  That's all about to change this Saturday, March 20th - the first day of Spring!  Or as we refer to it at the Library - The Very Hungry Caterpillar Day!  This classic children's book written by Eric Carle is now in it's 47th year of publication!  A favorite of children and adults of all ages, it is the perfect story about the changes the season of Spring can bring!  A very hungry little caterpillar eats his way through a variety of foods, becomes a very big caterpillar, forms his cocoon, sleeps for 2 weeks and emerges a beautiful butterfly!  After enjoying this book with your child, have fun on the official Eric Carle website with games and book related activities!  Happy Spring!

Happy Spring!

  Today is the official first day of Spring and the 46th anniversary of the book "The Very Hungry Caterpillar" by Eric Carle!  While you are enjoying what we hope to be some beautiful Texas Spring like weather, please take a moment to share this classic book with your child along with the many fabulous Eric Carle books we have at the Library.  If you can't make it to the Library, access the official Eric Carle website for fun and educational stories, games and activities! Happy Spring!

The Big Spring Clean

Ah, spring time. Warmer temps, Spring Break, and cleaning! Here at Aldine we are having our annual Library Spring Cleanup Day on the morning of Wednesday, March 11th from 9:30 am - 12 pm. We are seeking volunteers from the community who will help us prepare for the summer by dusting, wiping down tables, picking up litter, and performing general housekeeping duties. If you can join us and help out call the library at (281) 445-5560.  



Celebrating spring

at storytime!! 

Springtime Stories

Well, it looks like it is finally Spring with no more cold snaps headed our way. Warm up after our cold (for Houston) winter with some of these springtime tales.

and then its spring  fletcher and the springtime blossoms   hurray for spring   i see spring  in like a lion out like a lamb

Spring Is In the Air

Yes Spring is finally here. Visit the Baldwin Boettcher Library and fill our "communitree" with a butterfly to celebrate the season.  Just come by the circulation desk at the front of the library and make a donation.  A butterfly with your name and/or words of choice will be placed upon the tree for all to see. Just like our wonderful patrons, donations are always welcome no matter what the season.  So we look forward to seeing you soon.  Don't forget to stop by the front desk and see our "communitree".

The Month of March Madness

Why do we love the month of March?

We have so many events and several holidays. It may seem hard to keep up. Even the term "March Madness" immediately makes one think of basketball and rightly so, the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament is known as March Madness.  However, there are numerous other reasons to love the month of March. A few of the big ones are The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, the start of Spring, Mardi Gras and of course, St. Patrick's Day.

Want to read about starting a Spring garden, the origins of Mardi Gras, why rodeo's are so popular or who is St. Patrick exactly and why do we have a day in his honor?

It’s Spring! For Preschool Story time Tuesday, March 26th

Picture of spring flower craft for stroytimeMs. Andleeb will be reading books and inviting you to participate in a spring craft!  Make sure to get a ticket from the information desk and join us in the meeting room.  Preschool Storytime starts at 10:30AM and is geared towards children ages 3-6.    

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