Freeman Teens Read Book Club

girl with book by tom (hmm a rosa tint)Yesterday we had our monthly face-to-face book club meeting and we had some great book recommendations.  Check out a few titles that Freeman Teens recommend or join us online at Goodreads to suggest your own favorites.





TGIF Programs & UHCL/CLASP Present "Unprecedented: The Abdication of King Edward VIII"

TGIF Programs at Clear Lake City - County Freeman and the University of Houston - Clear Lake Association of Senior Programs (CLASP) invite you to join us Friday, March 1st at 10:30 am. The presentation will be "Unprecedented: The Abdication of King Edward VIII" and it will be presented by Betty Crockford.

Light refreshments are provided by the Friends of Freeman Library.

Please contact the Reference Desk at (281) 488-1906 or visit us on the Second Floor for more information.

The Clear Lake Association of Senior Programs (CLASP)


"The 2013 President's Day Trivia Challenge" is due tomorrow - 2/28!

"The 2013 President's Day Trivia Challenge"  is due Thursday, February 28th . Please submit the quiz before Friday, March 1st your chance to win a $20 Gift Certificate for the Freeman Bookstore | the Friends of Freeman Library.

The drawing will take place and the winner will be announced in the following week.

Contact the Reference Desk at (281)488-1906 or visit us at 16616 Diana Lane for your copy of "The 2013 President's Day Trivia Challenge."

iPads Now Available!

We now have iPads available for checkout!  It's just like checking out a laptop, which means you need only be 12-years of age or older, have an account in good-standing, and registered with a library card for at least 30 days.  Beyond that, given that you have your library card with you, feel free to check one out and use it here in the library for a couple of hours.  We have approximately 100 apps installed on each one, which means you're unlikely to run short of interest in familiarizing yourself with all that it can do.  Come take advantage of yet one more invaluable service your library offers!

The Case of the Missing Mardi Gras Shoebox Float Designers

   The Children's Department at Freeman needs help solving a mystery.  We're trying to find the missing designers of some of the shoebox floats that we recently displayed for the Mardi Gras season.  The young designers attended a program we had on Monday, January 28 to design shoebox floats.   We asked the designers to let us put the shoebox floats out for display through Mardi Gras (February 12) and then they could pick them up to bring home.  We didn't get quite enough contact information from these young designers to reach them directly.