The Cat in the Hat Holiday Story Times

Celebrate the holidays at the Cat in the Hat Story Times at the Fairbanks Branch Library.  The famous cat (and hat) will visit the Preschool story time on Tuesday, December 27, at 10:30 am in the library meeting room, and Toddler Time on Wednesday, December 28, at 10:30 am in the library meeting room.  And, an extra special holiday story time with the Cat in the Hat will be on Thursday, December 29, at 10:30 am in the library meeting room.  So, all you cool cats, have a Happy Holidays and see you soon at the library!  Meow!

Christmas Stories for Grown-ups

There’s no question that children are a big part of Christmastime festivities.  But that doesn’t mean the adults have to be left out.  Lots of authors write Christmas novels for us grown-ups.  Some of the most prolific writers of Christmas fiction are Debbie Macomber, Anne Perry, and Mary Higgins Clark.  Check out the Christmas books by them and others on our “Jingle Bell Reading” display.

Resolutions Solutions @ Your Library

As the year draws to a close, most of us start to think about the coming new year and some goals and/or changes we would like to accomplish during the year.  I know I have set my new year resolutions which seem to be pretty much the same for the last few years--exercise more and eat sensibly.  But there are many more resolutions that people make and to help with setting goals and accomplishing them, we have a new display of books--"Resolutions Solutions"--that can help.  Browse the display on your next visit to the library and you'll find some informative and useful material.  If you don't see what you need, please ask and we will interlibrary loan what you need.  Happy Holidays and Happy Reading!

What's Your Favorite Christmas Movie?

While talking about our all-time favorite Christmas movies, someone suggested that I turn our discussion into a blog post. There is no shortage of Christmas movies on TV, but you might have to put in a request to watch some of our favorites.

 How the Grinch Stole Christmas - You will like this even if you don't like Jim Carrey.

Did you miss the book sale?

The Fairbanks Friends of the Library held a book sale last Saturday, but there are still plenty of hardcover bestsellers left. The books are in like-new condition and would make excellent holiday gifts for the book lover in your life. Hardcover books are $2 each. And if you're not great at wrapping presents, pick up a Harris County Public Library book bag for $2 while you're at it. The book bags come in red, blue, and dark green.

 We have books written by many different authors. Here are some of the authors that we have in stock: