Halloween Preschool Craft

Join Mr. D and Ms. Mandy for an early Halloween preschool craft time. The fun begins Wednesday, October 3 at 11 am. The craft will be a cute, simple little spooky spider for your Halloween decor. All materials are provided.

 

 

 

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Afterschool Science Time

Join Mr. D on Wednesday, September 26 and find out about super-absorbent polymers. These are the materials which make your little brother's diaper pretty leak-proof, Come and see how much liquid the polymers can hold. The fun begins at 3:15 pm.

 

 

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More Quotes Taken From E. L. & I. C.

Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close has a number of eccentric characters. The reader is given a glimpse into their lives and their views of the world, and through these characters the author, Jonathan Safran Foer, provides some interesting quotes. 

From the hard of hearing man who hasn’t left his apartment for twenty-four years, and who shouts everything: “So many people enter and leave your life! Hundreds of thousands of people! You have to keep the door open so they can come in! But it also means you have to let them go!”  (pg. 153)

Hail the Mighty La Porte Bulldogs

With September comes football and this month's display is our homage to the hometown heroes and heroines of the gridiron. Displayed are three from the collection of La Porte yearbooks showing the football teams of 1939 and 1967 and the cheerleading squad of 1975. You can look through any of the yearbooks any time you are in the library. We do have some gaps in our collection. If you have yearbook from any of the following years , please consider donating it to the library: 1940-46, 1951, 1952, 1954, 1958, 1961,  and 1971.

EL & IC - Quotes

Clipart of quote symbols  from © 2012 Jupiterimages CorporationClipart of quote symbols - © 2012 Jupiterimages Corporation. The selection for Gulf Coast Reads this year is Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close by Jonathan Safran Foer. It has some good quotes.

The main character, Oskar Schell, a nine-year-old boy whose father died in 9/11, describes feeling low or sad as having “heavy boots.” He writes of the time after 9/11: “A few weeks after the worst day, I started writing lots of letters. I don’t know why, but it was one of the only things that made my boots lighter.” (pg. 11)