Princeton Review

Just a reminder to my friends that the Princeton Review practice test is this Sat. We open @ 10 am, so be here with pencil in hand, ready to practice your SAT skills  Spaces are still open, and this is a great chance to brush up on the practice exam, so to improve your scores Test results will be available Nov. 4th, so be sure to come back and pick those up and ask any questions you might have. This exam is geared towards Juniors and Seniors, but Sophmores wishing to get in a little early practice are welcome to attend too. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to call me @ 281-360-6804 or e-mail me @ svalvane@hcpl.net. Hope to see you there!

 

Early Literacy Program for Families: Saturday, October 30th

 In partnership with the Children's Museum of Houston, the Atascocita Branch Library is proud to present “For the Children,” a program based on Para Los Niños. Come join the fun as we share books and hand on activities that encourage communication and early literacy skills. 

GHOSTLY TALES: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28TH AT 4 PM

Dragoneers, join us this Thursday, October 28th after school for a special Halloween treat,  presented by Scott H. Bumgardener of Texas Legacies, a professional storyteller and winner of the 2005 Louisiana State Champion Liar’s Crown. All children 5-12, and their families are welcome. Meet us in the children’s meeting room at 4 p.m.  

Todder Time Sign-Ups

Next week (October 25-29th) we will begin registrations for November toddler storytimes. Children ages 18 months to 3 years may sign up for one of three weekly storytimes. Each storytime will be limited to 15 toddlers to ensure each child has a quality and personalized experience.  Parents may choose between storytimes on Tuesday at 10:00 a.m or 11:15 or Thursday at 10:00 a.m. Registration may be done in person in the children's department or by calling 281-360-6804 and requesting the children's department.

Percy Jackson Party

Percy Jackson fans, we're having a Percy Jackson Party in the Children's Activity Room on Monday, October 25 at 4 pm.  Test your knowledge of who's who on Mt. Olympus, join a sword fight to save it, walk the maze, make a laurel wreath to crown yourself, and consult an oracle to find with which god you share simillar traits. Percy likes blue food, and we will have snacks and food in that color. You are welcome to come dressed as one of the characters from the book.