Bachelor Books: Become a more Eligible Bachelor and Get Ahead in this World

The one eligible bachelor on our reference staff has created an authoritative display of Bachelor Books for your November reading. He has gathered topics bachelors might need advice about, such as The Boyfriend Handbook, The Action Hero Handbook, and self-help guides like how to write a prenuptial agreement, do your own divorce, be a landlord, or beat a traffic ticket.

There are books on financial investing and more basic offerings like The Secrets of Casino Gambling and Beating the Odds. The way our bachelor sees it, "some guys invest their money in stocks or real estate; others invest it on sports betting or blackjack".  In today's economy, why not?


        Well, not just anyone, but, children ages 8 – 12 are invited to meet every Wednesday afternoon from 4:30 – 6 pm in the Children’s Activity Room.  Children will learn how to play chess or new strategies to improve their game.   No registration is required and fun is guaranteed! Call 832-559-4235 for more information!

New Hours for our Drive-Through Bookdrop

Did you know that we have a drive-through bookdrop on the west side of the library building? From your car you can return borrowed items and, during library hours, pick up and check out reserved items.

If you drive down the hill toward our front entrance and turn left into the Faculty and Staff parking lot, you'll see the Bookdrop sign directing you. Turn right and follow the arrows.

While the bookdrop remains available 24/7, night access to the campus has recently been restricted. The road around the campus is now closed between 11:00 at night and 5:00 in the morning.

Welcome, Montgomery County Neighbors

Because we're located next to the county line, many of our Montgomery County neighbors live closer to our Harris County library branch than to a Montgomery County library. Please know, Montgomery County friends, you're welcome here.

Your Montgomery County library card is welcome, too.

Or you may get a free Harris County Public library card.

If you're eighteen or older, all you need to do is fill out a registration form at the Customer Service desk and show identification indicating your name, picture, and current address.

If you're under 18 you'll have to get an adult with the appropriate relationship and identification to sign for you.

So c'mon across the creek and enjoy our library services.

Grief & Stress During the Holidays

stressed womanAren’t the holidays supposed to be the best time of the year?

Too stressed to enjoy the holidays? Feeling the loss of a loved one around holiday times? Come learn how to cope and take care of yourself and others this holiday season. Join us at Tomball Library on Tuesday, October 26th at 1pm for this free program and refreshments. This program is presented by Hospice Care of the Southwest. For more information or to register for this program, please call the library at (832) 559-4200.