Mrs. Barbara Bush

Robin Bush Video

The ChPortrait of Robin Bishildren's Activity Room at the Barbara Bush Library is named for Robin Bush, the 3-year old daughter of George and Barbara Bush who died of childhood leukemia over 60 years ago. This video, aired on the Today Show on November 20, tells Robin's story and also shares the hope for a cure that has resulted from decades of research into this disease.

Barbara Bush & Her Dogs

Barbara Bush and her dogs Bibi and Mini-MeMrs. Barbara Bush was a surprise story-teller for pre-school story tiChildren listening to Mrs. Bush at story timeme at the Barbara Bush Library on April 21. Mrs. Bush dropped by with her two dogs after the three had stopped to dedicate the Bibi and Mini-Me Bush Dog Park at Harris County's Pundt Park on Spring Creek Drive. Residents of Spring area now have a new place to take their four-legged friends. The new dog park is four acres, one of which is set aside for small dogs. The pups told the children that the park was GGRRReat!

MRS. BARBARA BUSH AND MINI VISIT THE LIBRARY

Mrs. Barbara Bush and her dog Mini visit the library

Mrs. Barbara Bush and her 18-month old Maltese poodle named Mini made a surprise visit to the Barbara Bush Branch Library on January 5, 2011, to do a special preschool story time about dogs. Debbie Hudson, Children's Assistant , began by reading several stories for the children. I Love Dogs, by Saltzberg

Then Mrs. Bush read the children the book called I Love Dogs. When she finished, she invited the children to come up to pet Mini, who seemed to love all the attention. A dog puppet craft rounded out the event. And a good time was had by all!

 

Mrs. Barbara Bush Visits the Library

Mrs. Barbara Bush with Children's Services StaffMrs. Barbara Bush made a surprise visit today to the Barbara Bush Branch of Harris County Public Library to view the mural on the wall created by artist Pat Rawlings. The 7 ft. by 31 ft. mural combines the natural beauty of the Cypress Creek area with the local history of Klein, Texas, and with classic characters from children's literature. Mural by artist Pat RawlingsMrs. Bush appears in the mural along with library staff members and many young library customers.

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