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Teens: Are You Ready for Houston, We Have a Problem

It’s July 21st, 1969 and you have joined a group of teens to watch the moon landing at your local library when aliens attack. You must use your wits to find the alien lasers and defend your friends from the alien invaders. Part escape room and part laser tag, you can get tickets to this after-hours experience by completing Level 1 of the Atascocita Library teen summer reading program. Permission slips are required and must be turned in by July 11th.

FREE Lunch from Carrabba's Italian Grill

Monday, June 3rd is the start of the Summer Reading Program at Kingwood Library. And Carrabba's Italian Grill is throwing us an SRP Kickoff party! Carraba's will be providing a FREE lunch from 2:30 - 4 PM in the Meeting Room on Monday 6/3. Don't miss it! #italianfood #SRP2019

Wednesday Programs in June

Every Wednesday in the Library Community Room at 2:30 PM throughout the summer, the Parker Williams Branch Library will be having a special guest put together either a fun show or an amazing learning experience. 

Wednesday, June 13th at 2:30 PM – Program Summer – Thomas “Snakeman” Davis Show [6+]
Join us this week for the Thomas “Snakeman” Davis show to learn all about the different kinds of snakes from Texas and other parts of the world. If you ever wanted to pet a snake, this is the show for you. 

Wednesday, June 20th at 2:30 PM – Program Summer – Houston Ballet – Dance to Learn Week 1 [7+]

Kids & Teens! If You Completed Summer Reading, You Earned a Houston Dynamo Ticket!

HCPL Summer Reading Program partner, the Houston Dynamo is offering a free ticket with the purchase of a discounted adult ticket to any child or teen who completed all levels of HCPL's Summer Reading Program. The tickets are for the Saturday, September 9 match against the Colorado Rapids.

Eligible kids and teens must pick up their ticket vouchers from their library branch by August 19 and call the phone number on the voucher by September 8.

Captain Book is Coming!

 Aye Matey's!  Come to ye Children's Department on Monday, July 10th at 3:00 pm and unlock story treasures with Captain Book and her 1st Mate Kitty!  Enjoy a unique story telling experience with puppetry, songs and audience participation! This FREE program is appropriate for children and adults of all ages!  If you are registered for the Summer Reading Program, you will be able to add the stories from this program to your child's reading log and earn 10 points for each one!  If you haven't signed up yet, there's still time to register and earn points and prizes until August 5th.  See you on Monday! 

If You Are Up for a Challenge, You Can Earn Extra Points Toward your Summer Reading Goals

This summer, you have a new way to earn points toward your summer reading goals. Each week, we will offer you a new challenge inspired by the summer's theme, Build a Better World. 

Here's how:
1. Complete a Build a Better World Challenge listed below.
2. Log your reading as you normally would.
3. Click on the Activities button, then Discover and enter the completed challenge to earn 5 more points! Don't forget to use the appropriate hashtag to share your accomplishments with your fellow summer readers!

You can take up one, or all of the challenges. It's up to you. Feel free to jump ahead, or circle back to complete one you might have missed. 

Work Smarter, Not Harder!

  Summer Reading is off to a great start and the fun continues on Monday, June 12th at 3:00 pm, when Julian Franklin presents his "Work Smarter, Not Harder" program.  Kids of all ages (and their parents) will have hands on fun learning about wheels, pulleys, levers, wedges, incline planes and screws!  Come to the children's area for this FREE program and find out just how much fun learning about these things can be!  For more information, call the library at 832-559-4235.  Don't forget to register for the Summer Reading Program "Build a Better World" and read books, log minutes, complete activities, write reviews and earn incentives and prizes! 

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