"Around La Porte" Book Signing

La Porte's rich history is displayed in a new book entitled Around La Porte by Ann Malone and Dan Becker.  The book isPicture of Book Jacket for 'Around La Porte' by Ann Malone and Dan Becker part of the Arcadia Publishing Images of America Series, and includes historical photographs of La Porte and the surrounding communities of Lomax, Morgan’s Point, and Shoreacres.

LA PORTE LIBRARY CELEBRATES 10 YEARS!

Can you believe it? The La Porte Community Library is celebrating 10 years of service to the community. To commemorate this important milestone we will have a reception on Tuesday, September 20 beginning at 12:00 pm. So come celebrate with us and enjoy some yummy refreshments!

On behalf of the entire staff,I would like to say a heartfelt thank you to our Friends of the Library and also to our many customers who make all our work worthwhile.

 

 

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WOODEN SNAKE CRAFT

Hey kids, join us Wednesday September 7  for the first Afterschool Craft for this new school year. You will be creating a wooden snake to take home. The fun begins at 3:15 pm.

HOMEWORK HELP 24/7

Now that school is back in session and homework is progressing full steam ahead, remember that with your Harris County Library card you have access to Homework Help databases 24/7. Just go to the (For ) Kids subject area. There you will find links to Searchasaurus  which includes a dictionary, an encyclopedia, and picture source. This particular database is aimed at Grades 3-6.  Enjoy exploring this database.

Winner of 2011 ReaderNation at La Porte

Photograph of Melissa Johnson-Rothmund Accepting ReaderNation Amazon Gift CardWe are pleased to announce that Melissa Johnson-Rothmund won the drawing for LAP for her participation in the ReaderNation portion of the Summer Reading Program. Melissa received a $50 gift card from Amazon as her prize. When asked what prompted her to sign up for ReaderNation, she said: “My son was signing up for summer reading and I wanted to encourage him.  And I decided it couldn’t hurt"! She said that her love for reading was passed on to her by her mother, and she, in turn, had passed on this love to her son. She said she “absolutely enjoyed” every book she logged in for the ReaderNation program.