West University Library-Book Club Selection for May 5

Short GirlsTitle to be discussed: Short Girls, by Bich Minh Nguyen.  Date of meeting: Wednesday May 5, 11:00 AM at the Buffalo Grille, on 3116 Bissonnet.  Summary: Van and Linny Luong enact the stereotypical roles of studious, straight-A sister and pretty, popular slacker. The daughters of Vietnamese refugees living in Michigan, the women drift apart as Van pursues a law career and marries a picture-perfect Chinese American classmate.

Animal Rescue Program at West University-Wednesday April 14, at 3:15pm

Dogs and cats are not the only animals in need of being adopted! Children and adults will be able to learn firsthand about various local animal rescues. Representatives from the Friends of BARC and Forever Homes Wanted Ferret Rescue will show animals and talk about how they rescue and find forever homes for animals.
Bring your questions and meet some wonderful pet ambassadors.

This program is for ages 4 years and older.  The program will take place in the library courtyard, on Wednesday April 14, at 3:15pm.
 

Have You Been Counted?

Missed your census form in the mail?  We have more forms at West University Library, that you may fill out at your convenience.  Take a few minutes to fill out the ten question form and help Harris County get an accurate count of our population!  Visit the official Harris County Census site for more information.

West University Lap Sit Storytime

Please join our lap sit storytime every Wednesday at 10:30am!  It is recommended for babies 3-24 months, and features bouncing, clapping, singing, and nursery rhymes.  This Wednesday the theme will be about colors.

West University Library-Book Club Selection for April 7

Age of InnocenceTitle to be discussed: The Age of Innocence, by Edith Wharton.  Date of meeting:  Wednesday April 7, 11:am, at 6104 Auden.  Summary:  Winner of the 1921 Pulitzer Prize, The Age of Innocence is Edith Wharton’s masterful portrait of desire and betrayal during the sumptuous Golden Age of Old New York, a time when society people “dreaded scandal more than disease.”  May selection: