Sixth Week of the Summer Reading Program

Mysterious Monday craft with Miss Penny  Monday, July 11, at 2:15, will be to make a magic wand.  She said that it would be to celebrate the Harry Potter Party on Thursday, July 14, at 2:15 pm.  Just a reminder:  you will not need tickets for this.   You may dress in costume, play some games, make some potions,  and enjoy some snacks then.

Keep adding your books to your summer reading log online.

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Top Reads in June

What did everyone read in June?  Take a look below at the titles Kingwood adults checked out the most and see if you find a good read or two here in the middle of the summer!


  1. Merely Magic, by Patricia Rice
  2. Water for Elephants, by Sarah Gruen
  3. A Light at Winter's End, by Julia London
  4. The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest, by Stieg Larsson
  5. An Unlikely Countess, by Jo Beverley

Happy Fourth of July!

Happy Fourth of July!  Celebrate Independence Day!  The Kingwood Library and all Harris County libraries will be closed on Monday, July 4.

Join with other kids on Thursday, July 7, at 3 pm, forZumbAtomic, which is exercise and dance with a Latin beat.

Keep logging on your reading for the Summer Reading Program.

July Computer Classes

Computer Lab


During July, Kingwood Branch Library will offer a variety of classes that are free and open to the public. Registration is recommended and can be done by visiting the Adult Reference Desk on the second floor or calling 281-360-6804.


Interviewing for the Job

Searching for work?  Need to brush-up on your skills in a job interview?  If so, we can help!  Join us this week on Thursday, June 30th, at 1:00 P.M. in the Conference Room.  A representative from Workforce Solutions will be present to offer a number of useful tips and other information about doing a knockout job in an interview.  Call or visit to register for this free session!

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