Two great pieces of news this week.
First, Summer Reading programs begin June 4th. Our Young Adult and Children's bloggers will be telling you about the exciting youth and children's programs planned for the summer. In the Adult area we're reading mysteries. We'll be creating a display of Texas mystery authors and mysteries that take place in Texas. Imagine that: crime--in Texas! I hope you'll enjoy reading Texas mysteries this summer, and if you're so inclined, sign up with us to record your reading and make yourself eligible for a prize or two.
The other great event is that we're starting a History Book Club. Charity Martin, our reference assistant with a Master's degree in History, is electric with excitement about gathering all you history buffs for some rousing discussions. She is planning to have the group meet the third Tuesday of the month from 7:00 to 9:00 pm, starting July 17th. Rumor has it that she'll be starting with (where else!) the American Revolution. There may be some truth to that rumor: I spotted her today with a copy of David McCullough's "1776" under her arm. If you're interested, stop by a reference desk or give us a call at 832-559-4213.