As many of you already know, the Kingwood Library will be closing their doors for several weeks in order to move to the new location.  The Atascocita Library staffs looks forward to supporting the needs of Kingwood residents during this time of transition.
I have included a link to Atascocita Branch event calendar. This is a great resource for getting information about activities and programs at the library. All programs are free and open to the general public.  
Storytime programs can be particularly busy. Therefore, I have provided a few suggestions to ensure a positive experience for everyone.  We look forward to seeing you. 
  • Please arrive a few minutes early for program. This will give you the chance to checkout/return books, take that all important potty break or visit with friends. Thus, encouraging a positive transition, and allowing your child the time they may need to adjust to the environment.
  • Storytime is a family activity. Please actively participate during storytime by sing songs and modeling good listening skills.
  • Don’t forget to turn off cell phones.
  • Siblings are always welcome in storytime as long as they are not disruptive to others. 
  • If your child is overly restless or is crying please remove them from storytime until they are ready to return. This gives your child a peaceful environment to calm themselves, and allows others to participate in activities free of distractions.
  • We do not require registration for any stoytime, but space is limited. If you are unable to attend a program, please visit one of our other storytime options.  Twilight Tales, our Family Storytime on Monday nights, is open to all ages and we typically have a craft project.  This is a great choice for everyone!
  • Please be aware that our morning Toddler Time is very busy! Therefore, the afternoon program at 1:30 pm offers more one on one interaction with children. This is a wonderful opportunity for children who are new, transitioning from the Infant Lapsit program, or may be just a little shy