Reading the Rainbow of Colors

What is your favorite color?  Do you like to read stories about colors or that have a color in the title of the book?  Then you should browse our display of children's picture books, "Reading the Rainbow."  You will find a large selection of "colorful" titles to read and share.  Happy Reading!

Get Caught Reading Month

Get CaughtMay is “Get Caught Reading Month,” a nationwide campaign supported by the Association of American Publishers to remind people of all ages how much fun it is to read. Remember, home and school aren’t the only places you can read.  You could get caught reading on your lunch break, in the waiting room at the doctor’s or dentist’s office, on a Metro bus, on an airplane or just about any place.  No matter where you read, what your read, or whether you prefer paper, electronic, or audio books, your library has you covered!

National Physical Fitness and Sports Month

Summer is nearly here, and May is National Physical Fitness and Sports Month,so start making plans to have fun and be fit.  Check out some of the library’s books and videos on physical fitness, browse our online catalog for the subject “sports”, or browse our shelves in the 613.7s and 790s .  Visit the following websites for more great resources to help kids, adults, and seniors find fun ways to stay fit, including opportunities to participate in local sports and activities.

Free Computer Classes

All classes are in the library's meeting room.
Use our computers or bring your own laptop.
Beginner Word, Wednesday, 5/1, 3:30
Beginner Internet, Saturday, 5/4, 11:00
Intermediate Word, Wednesday, 5/8, 3:30
Beginner Email-Part 1, Thursday, 5/9, 11:00
Beginner Email-Part 2, Thursday, 5/16, 11:00
Computer Basics, Saturday, 5/18, 11:00
Beginner Excel, Monday, 5/20, 3:30
Intermediate Excel, Wednesday, 5/29, 3:30.
Please stop by or call (713) 466-4438 to register.

Creepy Creatures

Snakes!  And Crocodiles!  And Slithering Things!  Oh My!  "Creepy Creatures" is one of the library's latest display for your browsing pleasure.  There are books about alligators, crocodiles, iguanas, and different types of snakes for informational and recreational reading.  Check it out on your next visit to the library.  If you do not find what you need, please remember to ask us to interlibrary loan materials for you.  Happy Reading!