West University Branch Library

Location:
6108 Auden
Houston, TX 77005
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Phone: 713-668-8273
Branch Librarian: Margaret Triandafyllis

 

West University Book Group-October 7

the promisePlease join us to discuss The Promise, by Ann Weisgarber.  This book group meeting is part of a wider Gulf Coast Reads program, with many special events and appearances by the author throughout Harris County.  

Wednesday, October 9, 2015, at 11 a.m.

Read to the Dogs

Starting Friday August 14, Peter the therapy dog will return to the West University Library to listen as children read to him. 2 other dogs may take turns listening to the children occasionally.  From 3:30 until 4:30 PM every other Friday, Peter will be upstairs ready to listen as children read to him for 20 minutes at a time. Children are able to practice reading aloud with a patient, non-judgmental canine companion.

 

Summer Reading Is Over

Thank you  all for helping make this Summer Reading Program a success. We had a variety of children's and young adult  programs that were well attended and enjoyed. Audiences were treated to magic, various animals, a dinosaur fossil hunt, martial arts and assorted crafts. Have a wonderful rest of the summer !

Birds in History program

                               The Houston Audubon Society will bring some awesome raptors and more birds to the West University Library to assist the volunteer in telling about famous birds in history.  Wednesday August 5 at 3 PM is the final children’s program of the Summer Reading Program.  The program will be in the Senior Center auditorium.   

West University Book Group-September 2

sixth extinctionPlease join us to discuss Pulitzer Prize winner, The Sixth Extinction, by Elizabeth Kolbert.  

Wednesday September 2, 2015, at  11 a.m.

"Arresting . . . Ms. Kolbert shows in these pages that she can write with elegiac poetry about the vanishing creatures of this planet, but the real power of her book resides in the hard science and historical context she delivers here, documenting the mounting losses that human beings are leaving in their wake."  New York TImes review

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