The Month of March Madness

Why do we love the month of March?

We have so many events and several holidays. It may seem hard to keep up. Even the term "March Madness" immediately makes one think of basketball and rightly so, the NCAA Men's Basketball Tournament is known as March Madness.  However, there are numerous other reasons to love the month of March. A few of the big ones are The Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, the start of Spring, Mardi Gras and of course, St. Patrick's Day.

Want to read about starting a Spring garden, the origins of Mardi Gras, why rodeo's are so popular or who is St. Patrick exactly and why do we have a day in his honor?

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Spring Break Fun at the Library!

Come to the Children's Area for a whole week of fun!   In addition to our weekly story times, we will offer the following FREE programs and activities.  On Monday (3/10) at 1:00 pm  and Tuesday (3/11) at 4:30 pm, ages 8 – 12 can  “travel” to Southwestern France, learn about the Lascaux Cave Paintings and complete an art project at Art Explorers Around the World!.  Registration is required and each session is limited to 20 children.  On Wednesday (3/12) at 3:00 pm, learn about fire safety from the Tomball Fire Department and visit the fire truck...

NEW ESL READING CLUB AT LSC TOMBALL COMMUNITY LIBRARY

Are you an ESL student? Perhaps, you know of an ESL learner.

We are launching a new ESL Reading Club and would like to invite all ESL students to join. We are really excited to begin this program. The focus will be on reading in English. We will read a variety of books, discuss and learn about the various literary elements and hopefully, have a lot of fun!

We will kick off our newest reading club next Monday, March 3rd at 10:30am. For more information, please call 832-559-4200. Hope to see you there!

 

 

 

 

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Award Winning Children's Books!

Each year, the American Library Association recognizes outstanding contributions to children’s literature with the awarding of Newbery and Caldecott medals
The Newbery Award, named for 18th century British bookseller John Newbery is awarded to the author of the most distinguished contribution to American literature for children. This year, the honor went to Kate DiCamillo for “Flora & Ulysses:...

What's your measure of a good book?

The CD audio book I’ve listened to on my way to and from work this past week has not only made several commutes more pleasant, the world created by its writer and narrator has stayed with me all day. I’ve craved the moment when I could climb back into my car and re-connect with that world and those characters and that story. That’s my measure of a good story—one whose world lingers at the edge of my consciousness and and calls me back. What’s your measure of a good book?

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