& Young Adult Department
LOCATED ON 3rd FLOOR OF THE LIBRARY
CLOSED FROM 1:00pm TO 2:00pm ON SATURDAYS ONLY
Facebook Page Click to View Slide shows!
| Count the Soccer Balls!|
Come into the Children's Department and search
for hidden Soccer Balls.
Design Your Own Sports Figure!Be Creative. Click to Print out blank Sports Figure.
Remember to add your Name, Age and Phone Number on Back before Turning In.
|Monday July 25||10:00 am||DAYCARE STORY TIME AND CRAFT (call to register)|
|Tuesday July 26||10:00 am||ERICA from KID'S DENTAL -Storytime & Craft|
|Wednesday July 27||3:00 pm||FAMILY COLORING|
|Thursday July 28||10:30 am||BABY STORY TIME|
|Thursday July 28||3:00 pm||TWEENS CRAFT (Ages 8-11)|
|Saturday July 30||3:00 pm||FAMILY MOVIE: "SHAWN THE SHEEP MOVIE"|
|Sibley Nature Center||Brightly
Helping Parents Grow lifelong Readers
Free Math and Reading Help
For Grades 3-8th
|Kids First||Dr. Seuss||Texas Dinosaurs|
|Bug Songs||Ask Jeeves for Kids||KidsClick!|
|J.K. Rowling||Arthur the Aardvark||PBS KIDS|
|Maisy's Fun Club||Andy Mason-Kids Concert|
|Clifford the Big Red Dog||South Plains Wildlife Rehabilitation Center|
Newbery Medal Winner
The War that Saved my Life
by Kimberly Brubaker Bradley
written and illustrated by
by Pam Muņoz Ryan
pictures by Bryan Collier &
words by Troy Andrews
Voice of Freedom:
Fannie Lou Hamer, Spirit of the Civil Rights Movement
illustrated by Ekua Holmes, written by Carole Boston
Last Stop on Market Streetwritten by Matt de la Peņa, illustrated by Christian Robinson
Children of any age can use the Internet if their parents sit with them. Student's ages 12 through 17 can use the Internet without parents if the parent or guardian has signed (in the presence of a library staff member) a Minors Internet Use Form.