Fairbanks Branch Library

Location:
7122 North Gessner
Houston, TX 77040
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Phone: 713-466-4438
Branch Librarian: Luanna Adams

 

Teen Book Club

Do you love to read?  Have you ever wished that you could meet up with fellow enthusiasts and discuss your favorite books, characters, and authors?  Join us at the Fairbanks Library on Saturday, October 25, at 1:00 p.m., when we’ll kickoff our new teen book club.  Enjoy pizza, reminisce about great reads, and help plan next month’s meeting.  Sign up online, by phone, or in person.  See our

Free Computer Classes for September

LaptopBeginner Word 2013, Saturday, 9/6, 11:00
Intermediate Word 2013, Saturday, 9/6, 2:00
LinkedIn, Monday, 9/8, 4:00
Facebook, Wednesday, 9/10, 4:00
Computer Basics, Monday, 9/15, 4:00
PowerPoint 2013, Saturday, 9/20, 11:00
Beginner Internet, Monday, 9/22, 4:00
Beginner Excel, Wednesday, 9/24, 2:30
Intermediate Excel, Monday, 9/29, 4:00

Junior Detective Stories

Have you ever dreamed of being a detective?  Do you like to gather clues about some mystery and study them and come up with a solution to the mystery?  If so, I bet you like to read books about young people who solve mysteries.  To help you find some good books to read, the Fairbanks Branch Library has a new display of books featuring junior detectives.  So bring your magnifying glass and thinking skills to the library and examine the display for

Building Blocks - Math & Science

A good foundation in math and science are crucial for children to succeed in school and life.  There are many resources available @ Your Library for you to use in helping kids to gain a basic, working knowledge of math and science concepts.  We have math and science books in our "Building Blocks - Math & Science" display for you to browse and check out to use.  From simple addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division to the 

This Week in History . . .

H G Wells was born on September 21, 1866.  He authored over 100 works but is best known for his science fiction.  Wells, like Jules Verne, is often called “the father science fiction.”  His most famous stories are The War of the Worlds, The Time Machine,

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