Sponsored by the Texas Commission on the Arts, our first performance program will be: Dru Woods, Storyteller and Puppeteer on June 9th at 10:30 a.m. Bring in new, non-perishable food items for extra chances to win prizes during our 3 major programs.
Once again, the library will offer the Food for Fines program during June and July. For every new, non-perishable item you donate to the library for our local food pantries, you will receive 50 cents off of your fine amount.
The library is currently accepting donations to fill the backpacks for our summer drawings. We will need NEW unused school supplies. We are also accepting donations of refreshments so if you would like to donate or sponsor our refreshment table, please contact the library at 903-856-3302.
New biographies include: “Cleopatra: A Life”, by Stacy Schiff; “And I Shall Have Some Peace There: Trading In The Fast Lane For My Own Dirt Road”, by Margaret Roach; “Courage And Consequence: My Life As A Conservative In The Fight” by Karl Rove; “Crash Into Me: A Survivor's Search For Justice” by Liz Seccuro.
New Audio Books on CD include: “Ever After” by Nora Roberts; “Possession In Death” by J. D. Robb; “Harbor Lights” by Sherryl Woods; “What The Night Knows” by Dean R. Koontz; “Dead Zero” by Stephen Hunter; “Lonestar Sanctuary” and “Lonestar Secrets” by Colleen Coble; “White Satin” by Iris Johansen; “Dead Or Alive” by Tom Clancy.
New DVDs include: “The Great American Western: Roy Rogers”, “The Great American Western: Gene Autry”, “Castle: Season 1”, “The Brady Bunch: The Complete First Season”, “Lost, Season 4”, “Prayers For Bobby”, “The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button”, “Poseidon”, “In Her Shoes”, “The Pink Panther 2”, “College Road Trip”, “The Cheetah Girls 2”, “The Little Bear Movie”, “The Cosby Show, Season 1”, “Atlantis: The Lost Empire”.