Top Reads in July

What did everyone read in July?  Take a look below at the titles Kingwood adults checked out the most and see if you find something worth reading before the summer is over!

Fiction

  1. The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest, by Stieg Larsson
  2. Eve, by Iris Johansen
  3. The Forgotten Garden, by Kate Morton
  4. Breaking Silence, by Linda Castillo
  5. Toys, by James Patterson and Neil McMahon

End of the Summer Reading Program Party

 The Mysterious Monday Craft, August 8 at 2:15, with Miss Elizabeth is a space spiral , 

Our End of the Summer Reading Program Party will be from 7:00 pm -8:30 pm, in the meeting room just to the right as you enter the lobby.  We will be having "Happy the Clown",  There will be games and snacks.

Ask for tickets for the Toddler Time at 11:15 am on Tuesday at the Children's Reference Desk.

Looking for work? We can help!

Representatives from Workforce Solutions will be joining us again this month to help you improve your chances of finding and landing a job!  On Thursday, August 11th, at 1:00 P.M., learn about "Resumes and Job Applications" in the Training Lab.  The following week, come again on Thursday, August 18th at 1:00 P.M. for "Job Interviews" and find out how to communicate better to a prospective employer in an interview.  Space is limited, so register today! 

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Running Out of Time! Last Week of the Summer Reading Program!

Hurry! Hurry!   The Summer Reading Program ends Saturday, August 6.  Miss Elizabeth has a craft planned for Mysterious Monday at 2:15 pm in the Children's Activity Room. Miss Connie will still be doing the Can You Dig It: ReadAloud at 1:30 pm. On Thursday, at 3:00 pm Miss Christie has ZumbAtomic!  We will have a movie with free popcorn on Friday at 2:15 pm.

Then, on Monday, August 8, from 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm ...End of Summer Reading PARTY! "Happy the Clown will be there (he's great!)  We will have games, snacks, and prizes!  Mark the date on your calendar and come for some fun! 

Adult Activities this Week

We have plenty of activities this week for all of the adults in our community.  First up, is an author book talk on Monday, July 25th, beginning at 7:00 P.M. in the Community Room.  Local author J. Chad Barrett will discuss his new book, "Journey to Freedom: The Pursuit of Authentic Fellowship Among Men." 

On Tuesday, July 26th, at 10:30 A.M., come to the Training Lab and find out about "Job Resources on the Internet."   Allow one of our librarians to take you to sites that you may not be aware of in an effort to get you one step closer to the job you're looking for.  Registration is requried.

And finally, on Saturday, July 30th, join us in the Community Room as members of the Amadiyya Muslim Community display copies of the Quran and other documents of Islam and answer any questions the public might have about them. 

All of these programs are free and open to the public.  For more information, visit or call us today!