Bugs

Let the Fun Continue!

The end of the Summer Reading Program is near; don't forget to log your books and pick up the great prizes that you have earned!  The last day to log your reading is on Saturday: August 10th.

 

Thursday, August 15th @ 10:00 am

I want to thank everyone who has participated in our reading program this summer.  It has been so wonderful to see all of our friends and to assist you with finding books. However, the fun doesn't stop there because we have great programs for children of all ages throughout the year. 

Preschoolers and Bugs!

Making BugsPreschool Storytime enjoyed making bugs.  Preschool Storytime is a free year round program on Thursdays at 11:00am.

Don’t Bug Me

Wicked BugsWant to read a creepy crawly history of the world?  Now you can with Amy Stewart’s Wicked Bugs: The Louse that Conquered Napoleon’s Army & Other Diabolical Insects.  As a librarian, I immediately went to the chapter on the book scorpion and book louse.

 

What's in Your Garden? Join Us Thursday for A Gardening Program!

Gardening Program for Kids

Join us at the LSC-Tomball Community Library in the Children's Department to learn about gardening.  A Master Gardener from Harris County will share information about plants and critters in your garden. Learn how to start your own garden that will attract birds and butterflies. The program begins at 3 pm this Thursday, July 8th.

Bugs Of Texas

 Have some creepy-crawlies in your backyard?  An unknown infestation in your garden?  Find out what you're facing by picking up some Texas insect field guides from the library.  These books give you the skinny on each insect.  Find out what each bug looks like, where they live, what they eat and if they're good or bad for you or your yard. 

Bugs, Bugs, Bugs!

It's the last week of the Summer Reading program and here at the Clear Lake City - Freeman Branch, the storytimes went out with a bite! With the help of our toddlers and preschoolers, we sang, rhymed, talked, and read all about bugs! Now, I have to admit, bugs are not my most favorite creature... in fact, most bugs frighten me. However, the kids just love the creepy crawlies! Using the theme of bugs parents and caregivers can bring home so many fun activities to share with their own children. Here are a few ideas:

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