Because January is Get Organized Month, I’d like to point out that your public library has oodles of books that teach you how to get organized. Oddly, the subject heading for them is “orderliness.” Here’s a small sample:
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.
This December, find a new favorite book as we celebrate Read a New Book Month. What better way to spend the holiday break than to curl up with a new story, one that will expand your imagination or knowledge? It could be a book that’s new to the world, or one that’s just new to you. Pick a title from one of the many links on our BOOKS page or play around with our excellent NoveList database and find something that intrigues you.&nbs
Information for Persons with Disabilities: Harris County Public Library will make reasonable accommodations for persons with disabilities who are interested in attending library programs. To make a request for yourself or someone you know, please notify the Branch Librarian two working days in advance of the program.