Missing!

Missing!

Who's missing you ask? You are! From The Hideout! School's back in session, and I know you all are busy, but be sure to swing by the library for some down time. I've been getting in some great new books lately and I for one, would hate to be stuck @ home on the weekend with only my school books to read

So if it's your face that should be on the milk carton, then you've been away too long  Be sure to stop by this week for a good book. Oh, and maybe next week I'll have a surprise for all you crafty-types out there!

Children's Author Visit: Thursday, September 23rd @ 3:00 p.m.

Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month at the Atascocita Branch Library
I am excited to inform you that children’s author, Gwendolyn Zepeda, will be presenting a special program in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month.
Growing Up with Tamales will be read by the author, and she will be happy to answer any question. We will provide a small snack, providing children the opportunity to taste this wonderful holiday food.  Tickets/registration are not required.
 

Book Clubs at Kingwood Branch Library

Did you know we have a couple of book clubs that meet regularly here at Kingwood Branch Library?  You can certainly be a part!  Our evening group, which meets the third Monday evening every month at 7:00 PM, will be gathering in the Conference Room on the 20th to discuss People of the Book, by Geraldine Brooks.  On that same Monday, the Bookworms Book Group, which also meets every third Monday but at 1:00 PM, will gather to discuss In the Valley of the Kings, by Daniel Meyerson. 

Also, the annual Books on the Bayou event is back again, and this year's selection is the acclaimed graphic novel Persepolis, by Marjane Satrapi.  On Monday, September 27th, at 7:00 PM, we will host a discussion of this thought-provoking title in the Conference Room.  If you enjoy a good read and delight in conversation about books, don't hesitate to join in!

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Dragoneers' First Meeting

Miss Connie at the first meeting of the Dragoneers. They have on their Dragoneer t-shirts and costumes. They marched through the library and called the group together in the Children's Activity Room. Then they talked about their favorite books and made plans for the coming year. They will be meeting the second and fourth Thursdays of each month from 4 to 5 pm.

 

 

Organizing your home & ADHD student

Need a little help getting things in order?  Join us on Tuesday, September 14th, at 1:00 PM as professional organizer Ellen Delap, CPO, joins us to present "Fall Refresh," a program designed to help participants organize their homes for the coming season.  On the following Tuesday, September 21st, at 1:00 PM, Ellen will join us again to present a program titled "Organizing your ADD student," designed to help parents and kids who struggle with attention-deficit disorder in the process of organization.  Don't miss these free and informative programs!

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