summer reading

Science Black Light Puppet Show!

Prepare yourselves to be dazzled and amazed as science comes alive in this spectacular 45-minute show.  Professional puppeteer Jean Kuecher will explain science concepts and capture your imagination with her glowing black light puppets. Puppets

When: Tuesday, August 5, 3:00 p.m.

Note: the room will be darkened for the show.

50 free tickets will be given out 30 minutes before the program.

Intended for children at least 5 years of age.  Children must be able to sit through the program without a parent present.

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Big Finish to Summer Reading

2014 Summer Reading Program Did you see Harris County Public Library customers - that's you! - reached 20,000 people signed up to read this summer.  Wow!  Katy Branch participants, you make up 717 of those signed up.  You have a week and a half to sign up and get your books logged in.  

Dog Days of Summer Reading

How are you spending the dog days of summer?  How about some fun stories to enjoy while you’re keeping cool?  Stop by the Fairbanks Library and check out our “Happy Tails” display, featuring a selection of dog themed picture books.  Here are just a few of the titles currently checked in at Fairbanks.

 

 

Dig Into Summer Reading

Do you want some great summer reads, but are stuck for ideas?  Try checking out our newest book displays at the Fairbanks Library.  One display is devoted to all things Egyptian, which is perfect for reading while you’re waiting for our HMNS program, Going Egyptian, coming up August 5.  Below, you ca

What We’ve Been Reading This Summer

We are now one month into summer reading and many of us have registered, rated, and reviewed numerous books.  So, what books have we been reading at Fairbanks?  Let’s take a look at the most checked out books at Fairbanks for the month of June.

 

 

Juvenile Fiction

Bleached T-Shirts: Tues. July 1 @ 3pm

See how a chemical reaction can create a really cool shirt!  Design and make your own bleached t-shirt.  This program is for teens ages 12-18, or those entering grades 6-12 in the fall.  Please bring your own cotton shirt.  All other materials are provided by FOLK; supplies are limited.  Attending this program will earn you an entry to put in one of our six end of summer prize packs.   For more information, please contact Leanne, YA Librarian, by phone at 281-360-6804, by email at kwteens@hcpl.net, or by clicking

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