Emoji Easter Eggs

The South Houston Branch Library invites children ages 5 to 12 to the library on Monday to decorate their very own Emoji Easter Eggs! Join us March 19 at 4:30 pm and decorate yellow Easter Eggs with the emoji face of your choice. All materials will be provided. 

For more Easter craft ideas, check out the books available in our catalog or our Crafts for Easter e-books

For more information about this program, please contact the branch at 832-927-5530.


Easter Egg Wreath

Adults are invited to join us in creating a beautiful wreath that is sure to brighten up any door or wall. Join us this upcoming Monday, March 5, at 1:30 PM and use colorful Easter Eggs, grass, ribbon, and other Spring materials to create your very own Easter Egg Wreath. We will have fun using our creativity, and best of all, this wreath can be saved for future use! All materials will be provided by the library. 

Check out our catalog to find more ideas for Easter and Spring crafts.

Pre-Summer Story Time Break

The spring session of our regular Children’s and YA programing concludes until June to allow staff time to prepare for summer programs.  Our regular story times will resume starting June 6th.  Hope to see you then!

Children's Weekly Run-Down

CHILDREN’S WEEKLY RUN-DOWN! Spring officially starts this week! Join us this week on Thursday the 23rd of March @ 4 PM for our World Tour Book Club to explore different countries and their traditions and stories.

Our Story times continue as normal! Be here for Toddler Time** on Tuesday @ 10 AM and @ 10:30 AM, Preschool Storytime on Tuesday @ 2 PM, and Infant Lapsit Storytime @ 11:15 AM on Tuesday and @ 11 AM on Thursday. We also have our Family Storytime presented on Saturday @ 10:30 with the Kingwood Neighbors Emergency Clinic!

**Tickets required upon entry. Pick up your free ticket at the Children's Reference Desk before entering your story time. Tickets will be given to the first 30 children and their caregivers the day of the scheduled event.

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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 has sprung!

So it is officially springtime! There are lots of stories about spring, but here are some you might not have found if you were looking:

That Time Again

Yes, signs of spring are all around us.  Squirrels are scampering, trees are budding, the grass is growing.  You know what that means:  Lawn care.  These four books will get you started on the path to a greener yard from spring through summer and into fall: 



Books in Bloom

 The books listed below are ones that I enjoy reading each spring. My favorite book on this list is Miss Rumphius by Barbara Cooney. This story is about a little girl named Alice, who becomes Miss Rumphius, or  a.k.a. "the lupine lady." Her goal for herself and others is to make the world a more beautiful place. This classic picture book offers charming illustrations and a meaningful message for everyone.  

Get Ready, Get Set, Garden!

Sure, parts of Houston just recorded snowfall last week, but don't let that stop you from planning your Spring garden.  No matter what type of garden you're looking for, we have a book for you: 
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