We Have a Winner at Aldine Branch Library

Ms. Jennifer Atkins

 

Ms. Jennifer Atkins, an Aldine Library patron, won an Amazon Kindle Touch eReader in the first drawing of the Adult Summer Reading Program. Adults, sign up for a chance to win more great prizes! Check here for more details. Register today and read on!

Aldine Branch Teens Recognized at MFAH

Teens With AwardsAs you know, the teens at the Aldine Branch library won the People's Choice Award in this year's HPL Reel Teen Film Festival. For winning, their book trailer was screened at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston last week for all to see. The teens also took questions from the audience. Check out Aldine's twitter feed to see how the night unfolded.

Also, just because it is summer don't assume the teens are taking time off. Be on the lookout for some other projects they have in the works!

Nature Discovery

 

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Tarantulas, snakes, and rabbits oh my! The first event of the Aldine Branch Library's Summer Program featured a program by the Nature Discovery Center. Children and tweens saw critters up close while learning about the wide world of animals. Stay tuned for more great programs!

Aldine Teen's Film Finds Its Way to MFAH

Teens PosingNot only did the teens at the Aldine Branch place in the national StoryTubes video contest earlier this year, but their book trailer for Norma Fox Mazer's The Missing Girl also took prize in another contest.

Aldine Branch Library seeks volunteer literacy tutors

The Aldine Branch Library is seeking volunteer tutors to help adults improve basic reading and writing skills.
Adult literacy tutors meet once or twice weekly with an adult student using materials provided by the library.  In addition to basic reading skills, tutors help students meet related daily life needs such as reading for work, to children, or for personal information and inspiration.