Free movies on us.


Did you know we're not all and exclusively about paper books?

With your library card you can also enjoy streamlined videos and music!

Just follow the links here and explore our databases that offer movies and music on Hoopla,

Flipster, which offers you magazines in a digital format and my favorite..... drumroll.....

TUMBLEBOOKS!  These are digital books for kids.  Many of them are the type we play/read during our Story TIme where the book reads itself.

All these are available FREE with your library card.


Masters of Suspense Book Club

Vertigo 42


Chronic vertigo and fatal falls.  Shades of Hitchcock?

There's still time!

It's the final week, but there's still time to log your books or reading time and get your prize for the summer reading program. Kids get a free book and a certificate, teens get a draw string backpack (pictured here) and entered into a drawing to win a Kindle Fire, and  adults also get chance at a Kindle Fire as well as a Summer Reading Program water bottle and entry into a drawing to win a Half Price Book Store gift certificate. (Half Price book store prizes at the Baldwin Boettcher Branch only).

To log your books click on this link, call the branch at 281-821-1320 or stop by the information desk. To claim your prize, visit us at the branch. Remember, anything read since June 1 counts! Happy reading! 

Meet The Library Staff (Part VI)

In our ongoing "Meet The Library Staff" series, we are introducing Terrin:

Hi, my name is Terrin, and I work as a circulation assistant at Baldwin Boettcher Library. I enjoy working at the library because I love to read. My favorite genres are Young Adult fiction and graphic novels. My favorite series of all time is (of course!) Harry Potter.
At the library, my jobs are to check in and check out books for customers, and also check in all the books that customers order from other branches. They get scanned in, placed in envelopes, and put on the Holds shelves.

History Lovers' Book Club

Magnolia City


A city where no dream is too big…

Join us at Baldwin Boettcher on Friday, August 21, 2 pm, for a discussion of Magnolia City, by Duncan W. Alderson.  Copies are available at the library.