March 1, 2014
Research shows kids who attend library story times read earlier and are better prepared to start school! Join us at East Branch Library at 3:30 PM.
Open to teens ages 13-19.
Many of Daphne Du Maurier’s suspenseful stories have been dramatized as movies or plays. WTAMU professor of literature, Dr. Pat Tyrer discusses adaptation and how novels change from the written word to the screen.
This is a book club for adult women: bring your mother, daughter, sister, or a friend who’s just like family!
Contact Donna at the Northwest Branch Library (359-2035) for more information.
Volunteer Tutors are the backbone of READ to SUCCEED. If you can spend a few hours training —acquiring the skills needed to help an adult learn to read—and commit to just one or two hours each week working with a dedicated student; you can change one person’s life and make our community a better place.
February 28, 2014
A traditional story time that includes songs or stretches with activities to follow.
We offer two sessions of Laugh and Learn on Friday! Come to either our 10:30 or 11:30 session!
This program is filled with music, finger play, and learning! Call 359-2035 for more information.
February 27, 2014
Daphne Du Maurier’s impressive bibliography includes novels My Cousin Rachel, The Scapegoat, Jamaica Inn, Rule Britannia, and The House on the Strand–and short stories such as The Birds, Don’t Look Now, The Way of the Cross, and Not After Midnight. Read any that you like and come tell us what you think of it!
For many years Story Times were offered only at the Branch Libraries, but now there are Story Times at the Downtown Library. Laugh & Learn is especially for infants and toddlers. For more information about Downtown Story Times, call 378-3089.