summer reading

Reward Yourself for an Amazing Summer

If your summer activities have included reading or listening to books, make sure that you are registered for Summer Reading.  You have through Saturday, August 8 to register, log your reading, and claim your prizes. 

Marvel-ous!

This Monday, July 13 at 3pm come celebrate everything Marvel-ous in preparation for the Ant-Man movie coming out July 17. There will be games, themed food, and prizes. All Marvel fans ages 10-18 are welcome and cosplay is encouraged. (Appropriate wear only and no weapons.)

 

 

 

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Be Dauntless!

Get ready to party like you're Dauntless at the Dauntless Initiation.  Meet your new faction in the library meeting room at 1:00 PM on Saturday, July 18, to get Dauntless tattoos (temporary), jump from trains or tall buildings (green screen), enjoy refreshments like Dauntless cake, watch a movie screening, and more.  

Don't forget to wear your faction colors (and nothing green).  This program is for young adults, and the movie is rated PG-13.  The program will end at 4:30 PM.

Join the Fun

Mounted PoliceThe summer reading program is in full swing and we are Puppet Commotionhaving a blast.  Community Heroes, Magic, Puppets, LEGO Kyle KazooCamp, Movies, Crafts and more.

Writing Your Own Heroes

YA fans and aspiring writers in grades 6-12 are invited to join us on Wednesday, June 4, from 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM, in the library meeting room, for this fun and informative program.

Swoosh! Another Super-hero just flew by, Reading

Summer Reading Program Week 2. Over 500 people showed up for the Children’s Department’s Crocodile Encounter Reptile Show this afternoon and the whole library was alive and buzzing. There must have been 1000 super-heroes here today. (Me, exaggerate?) Some were learning how to use computers in our Computer Basics course; others were browsing the DVD, Non-Fiction, and Fiction shelves. Others yet may have been getting ready for the Young Adult Department’s Live Action, Hungry Hungry Hippos program here tomorrow afternoon at 3 pm. This evening some are discussing the latest, greatest, creepy adult book at the Paranormal Book Club. What was your super-hero-self doing today? I hope it included some great reading!

Shadowhunter Academy

All Mortal Instruments fans are invited to attend this fun fan event at the Fairbanks Branch Library on Saturday, June 13, from 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM.  This is your chance to meet fellow fans, and try your hand at runes, marks, and even basic fighting skills.  See if you can pass the Codex quiz and complete your training, then enjoy popcorn and a movie screening.  So, put on your best Shadowhunt

Summer Reading Club Begins!

 Monday, June 1st is the start of the annual Texas Summer Reading Club!  This year's theme is "every hero has a story"!  There are reading programs for Babies, Kids, Teens and Adults!  Sign up at  www.HCPL.net and let the fun begin!  Children can read and log books, write book reviews and complete hero quest activities to earn badges on their profile.  After signing up, come to the library for a free "reading is my superpower" stretchy bracelet and then read 10 books or 500 minutes to receive a certificate and free book* (*while supplies last).  But, that's not all!  Every Monday at 3:00 pm, enjoy fun and fabulous shows and every Thursday at 3:00 pm come and watch a movie in the Children's Activity Room (call Library for movie title).  Check out our Summer calendar ~ There's a whole lot of fun waiting for you and your child at the Tomball Library! 

Get Ready, Get Set, Sign Up!

Celebrate the end of the school year and the beginning of summer at our official Summer Reading Kick-off Party.  All ages are invited to join us at the library on Thursday, June 4, from 3:30 PM to 5:30 PM.  Enjoy refreshments, register for summer reading, and get your free “Reading is My Superpower” wristband.  While you’re here, you can pick up a Summe

Be a Hero! Help Us Collect Soda Bottles!

Soda BottleWe are in the process of collecting materials for our fantastic summer reading program, "Every Hero Has a Story".  One of our craft projects this summer is to recycle 2 liter soda bottles into a fun game!  Can you help us collect bottles for this craft? Just drop off clean, un-crushed bottles at the circulation desk any time we are open.  Thanks for being a hero!

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