Famous Lives @ Your Library

Do you like to read about the lives of famous people?  If you do, please browse one of our newest displays which features biographies of some of the well-known men and women of our time.  Famous rock singers, actors, and sports figures are just some of the news makers to be found in the biographies on display.  If you don't find a biography of someone you would like to know more about, please let us know and we can get one for you using our interlibrary loan service.  See you soon and, as always, Happy Reading!

  

Check out our lobby!

Due to the generosity of our customers, the Friends of the Library donation shelves in the lobby are exploding with great books, magazines, and VHS tapes. If you see anything you like, just drop the donation in the wooden box or stop by the circulation desk with your donation. The following donation suggestions are posted in the lobby above the wooden box:

Hardcover Book- $1

Paperback Book- 25-50 cents

Children's Book- 50 cents

DVD- $1

VHS- 25 cents

Magazine- 15 cents

Feel free to bring in your own gently used and clean items for donation as well. If you have any questions, call (713) 466-4438.

Back to School Stories

Oh, yeah, it's almost time for the summer holidays to be over and school to start!  To help you prepare to go back to school, we have a new display of picture books featuring stories about students and schools--"Back to School."  Please browse the books on your next visit to the library and you should find some great stories to read and share.  Enjoy the rest of your summer holidays and Keep on Reading!

Summer Reading Program @ Your Library

Hey Kids!  Have you completed your reading for the 2012 Summer Reading Club?  The Reading Club ends on Saturday, August 11, so please read or listen to 10 books or log 500 minutes so you are eligible to receive your Summer Reading Club certificate.  You still have to time to successfully complete the Reading Club challenge and we really like to award those certificates of completion.  Keep Reading!

Free Information from Optometrist

OptometristTherapeutic Optometrist Dr. Moes Nasser is offering a free educational discussion for teens, tweens, and their parents about eye health and eye care, just in time to ensure success as children go back to school.  One out of every four children ages 5-17 have a vision problem, so it's important for parents to know about eye health.  Dr. Nasser will be discussing everything from signs and symptoms of eye injury to making the transition from glasses to contact lenses to how to ensure proper eye care.   Free goodie bags with eye care tips and helpful information will be provided.
Monday, August 13, at 6:30 pm, in the Fairbanks Library meeting room.

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