Library card

What Are Your Plan for this Weekend? I Have an Idea...

You may have activities planned for Spring Break but what about for this weekend? Help your child develop an appreciation for art by attending the Museum of Fine Arts Houston!

On Saturdays and Sundays, children ages 6 to 18 will be provided  free general admission to the  Museum of Fine Arts Houston  with any public library card! 

How do I get a Library Card?

Stocking Stuffers One of a Kind

 There are actually a few more days of shopping for Christmas. At this point you have probably run out of ideas. Well, what about a stocking stuffer for an avid reader or someone you want to get interested in reading more. Here is a great idea, what about stocking stuffers of reading tools. Let’s explore, an EBook, Hardcopy Book, and last but not least a gift card to purchase a book. In case you don’t want that just give them an application to fill out for a library card which is free and they can get up to 75 books at one time. Also, check out the library catalog for EBooks, and hardcopy books you can direct them there to get them started.

            

Library Cards Are Not Just For Adults!

 

 

 

 

Do you know that parents can request a library card for their child at any age? 

“The single most significant factor influencing a child’s early educational success is an introduction to books and being read to at home prior to beginning school.” - The Report of the National Commission on Reading

 

Getting a library card is easy and the first card is free! 

Library Cards are for Everyone

Do you know that children of any age can get a HCPL library card

PRICE OF A LIBRARY CARD

Price of a library card = free.

Time it takes to get one =less than 10 minutes.

The joy, education, and pleasure = priceless.

 

Open the Door to Learning

The summer has almost ended, and many parents are thinking about purchasing school supplies. Don’t forget to stop by the library to get a free library card!  Everyone knows that the library is a great resource for books, but we also have several other support tools available to help your child succeed at school.   A few of my favorites are  TumbleBooks for kids, and 

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