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Snakes @ Your Library!

Just a reminder that the "Texas Snakes" program is scheduled for this Thursday at 11:00AM in the meeting room at the Fairbanks Branch Library.  If you want to learn more about the different types of snakes in our area and even touch and hold some snakes, then this is your chance to do so.  So save the date and we hope to see for the program.  And, Happy Reading!

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Snakes @ Your Library

Summer is just around the corner and the start of the Summer Reading Program on Friday, June 03.  Here at Fairbanks Branch Library, we have many special programs scheduled for this summer and our first special program is Thursday, June 09, at 11:00AM in the Fairbanks Library meeting room.  This program is all about some of the non-poisonous snakes here in Texas.  You will have the opportunity to learn about these snakes as well as touch and hold them.  If snakes are your thing, then this program is for you!  So, "slither on in" on the 9th!

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Prehistoric Zone @ Your Library

Do you like to read about  the different types of creatures that lived on the earth during prehistoric time?  Do you find facts and stories about dinosaurs fascinating?  If you do, please browse one of the library's new displays--the "Prehistoric Zone."  There are books of information about the many kinds of dinosaurs and other prehistoric creatures, as well picture book stories that have dinosaurs as the main characters.  So, rock on down to the library and check some of them out to enjoy and share.  Happy Reading! 

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Good Books for Your Reading Basket

Other than brightly colored eggs to put in your holiday basket, please consider adding some good books to read and share.  To help you find some fun titles, we have a display of recommended books by the staff here at the Fairbanks Branch.  Visit the library and browse the display, "Good Reading for Your Book Basket," and take some stories home with you.  Happy Reading!

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Picnic Pests

Warm weather and sunshine make me think of making sandwiches and potato salad and going on a picnic in the park.  I like picnics, but not the ants and other bugs that want to share my picnic food--or me!  But, those picnic pests are just part of being outdoors, and to make it easier to put up with them there is a new display of fiction and nonfiction books at the Fairbanks Branch Library for your reading pleasure--"Picnic Pests."  Check out the titles on display on your next visit to the library and take some books on your next picnic to share with family and friends--not the bugs!  Happy Reading!

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