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Confessions of a Nora Roberts Movie Addict

I have a confession: I love Lifetime movies based on Nora Roberts' novels. I can practically hear you all groaning, but I just can’t help it. They are so wonderfully ridiculous! Watching one is a little bit like watching a train wreck – you know you shouldn’t watch, but you just can’t seem to look away.

Free SAT Practice Test

pencilThe SAT is approaching! Whether you are new to the test or trying to improve your score, Tomball Library can help. This month the Princeton Review is hosting a free SAT practice test here at the library. The practice test will be offered on Saturday, April 17 from 10:00am to 2:00pm. Students will be given their scores and a detailed analysis the following Saturday, April 24 from 10:00am to 12:00pm.

For more information or to register for the test, call the Library at 832-559-4200.

Flickr CC2009 Challenge - Day 72: Pencil Photo by: ozlady

 

To Rhyme or Not To Rhyme...

magnetic poetryApril is National Poetry Month! Every year since 1996 the Academy of American Poets has led a month long celebration of poetry. The goal is to show the American public that there is more to poetry than words penned by stuffy, long-dead poets. Our American literary heritage has always been rich in poetry, but we also have living poets writing words of inspiration, beauty and wit.

Cancelled Too Soon

As an avid television watcher, I confess I dread this time of year. Late spring. The end of a season for the lucky shows, and the end of a series for the unlucky. I always find myself compulsively checking the lists of TV shows each studio has renewed or axed, waiting for the verdict on all my favorites.

Mothers & Daughters: Reading Together

The Mother Daughter Book Club is in its third year and still going strong! Once a month a group of mothers and their teenage daughters meets to discuss a Young Adult book (as picked by the members), chat about life (and pop culture), eat (chocolaty) refreshments, and build friendships.

In April, we will be discussing Nina LaCour's Hold Still. Come join us! Wednesday, April 14 from 7:00-8:30 pm in the second floor Conference Room.

Here are a few of our favorite books discussed so far:

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