Texas Bluebonnet Award Books

The 2013-2014 Texas Bluebonnet Books Are Now On Display

We have recently placed the new 2013 - 2014 Bluebonnet nominees on display in the Children's area. These items are often included in required reading lists and are recommended  for grades 3-6. Each year children throughout Texas get to vote of their favorite book. 

If your child is looking for something else to read, the Texas Bluebonnet Award Winners list is a great place to start. As I have stated before, these items have been chosen by children, so typically everyone likes them.  

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Texas Bluebonnet Award Voting Available for Home Schoolers

Bluebonnet voting for Home Schoolers will be available here at the Freeman Library on Tuesday, January 25.  Voting is open to home schooled children who are enrolled in an equivalent home school program for grades 3rd-6th. 

Home schooled children who have read at least 5 of the 2010-2011 Bluebonnet Books are encouraged to come cast your vote for your favorite 2010-2011 Bluebonnet Book!

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Homeschooler Bluebonnet Voting Day Fast Approaching

 

Homeschoolers who qualify may cast their vote for their favorite 2009-2010 Bluebonnet Book at the LSC-Tomball Community Library. The homeschooler must be in a 3rd-6th grade equivalent homeschool program and must have read (or had read to him/her) a minimum of 5 titles from the 2009-2010 Master List. It is not too late to get five titles read as some of the books are not long in length. Come to the library and check them out! If you qualify, be sure to come make your vote count any time between 8:00 a.m. and 9:30 p.m. on Monday, January 25, 2010!

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Where Have All The Bluebonnets Gone?

Each year, local schools encourage students to read the Bluebonnet Award Books, and Harris County Public Library system orders additional copies to meet the demands.  That being said, I often notice that our Bluebonnet display is completely empty. So what is a kid to do?      

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