Children’s Specialist Skit

Don’t miss out on the annual Children’s Specialist Skit. This years skit is “Stardust: A Blast Off Adventure”. It is sure to be a BLAST!!!

Show times are Thursday June 27 Centerville Branch @10:30am & Nola Brantley @2pm. Again on Friday June 28 Perry Branch @10:30am.

See you at the #libraryulove.

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Wednesday June 5th

Come see Cirque du Todd entertain us with juggling, circus skills, a little magic, and just the right mix of comedy and reading encouragement for kids of all ages.
10:30 AM @ Centerville
1:30 PM @ Nola Brantley
3:30 PM @ Perry

Vacation Reading 2019 is here.

We are all excited and can’t wait. 

Online Registration for this year’s VRP will start on Tuesday May 28th at all 3 branches of the Houston County Public Library.

Ventriloquist Mark Griffiths
will be performing at all 3 libraries on Wednesday May 29th to kick off this years great lineup of programs. Times are:

  • Perry Branch library @ 10:30am
  • Centerville Branch library @ 1:30pm
  • Nola Brantley Memorial Library @ 3:30pm

We have lots of fun stuff planned.  Come see us this summer at the #libraryulove.

Books in Space….

How did an 11-year-old English schoolgirl come to name Pluto? In “The Girl Who Named Pluto: The Story of Venetia Burney,” Alice B. McGinty recounts one child’s history-making turn on a fateful morning in 1930.

Here We Are: Notes for Living on Planet Earth,” the latest picture book by bestselling author and illustrator Oliver Jeffers, is many different things. It’s a love letter to his newborn son.

“I Am Neil Armstrong,” a new children’s book by bestselling author and History Channel host Brad Meltzer, shows kids how never giving up got Neil Armstrong all the way to the moon. Meltzer artfully captures Armstrong’s journey all the way from childhood through his historic first steps on the lunar surface.