Read for the Record

 Llama Llama Red Pajama by Anna Dewdney"Let's read the same book. The same day. With children all over the globe. What began as a big idea has become a record-breaking annual campaign!" Jumpstart's Read for the Record

Scrapbooking fun with Mia!

Do you have an inner craft diva waiting to come out?  Then you should join Mia as she holds her Scrapbook program on the second Saturday of every month.  This month, Mia has a special scrapbooking program where we will learn how to make unique cards.  Bring any photos you want to create a special and meaningful card this Saturday, October 8th from 10 am to 3 pm.  No registration is required.  This program is open to kids, teens and adults!

Key Life Decisions: Are You Prepared?

Are you confused about how to protect your financial assets?  How do you plan your estate?  And what about estate taxes?  If you have ever wondered about these or other questions about you or your loved ones financial future, then you don't want to miss the "Key Life Decisions: Are You Prepared" seminar to be held at the North Channel Library on Wednesday, October 12 from 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm.  This program will be presented by Edward Jones and feature presentations from Edward Jones, Liberty Tax Service, the Law Office of James R. Beck, and Advantage Howard Glendale Chapel.  Class size for this seminar is limited, so please RSVP to 281-436-0396 no later than October 11th.

Read About Hispanic Heritage @ Your Library!

Did you know that Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated from September 15 - October 15?  Originally designated Hispanic Heritage Week by Lyndon B.

Gulf Coast Reads-One Amazing Thing

One Amazing Thing by Chitra DivakaruniThe North Channel Book Club will host a book discussion of Chitra Divakaruni's novel, "One Amazing Thing," on Wednesday, Sept. 28, at 10 am as part of the inaugural Gulf Coast Reads program. 

Divakaruni's novel centers on nine survivors of a earthquake trapped in a tiny visa office.  With little food and less hope for escape, each person takes a turn relating "one amazing thing" from their life.  As different as each person, the stories are woven together with the struggle for survival following the earthquake.