Williams County Public Library invites area children to come and “Dig into Reading” for the summer reading programs for 2013. Testing shows that kids who read for fun in the summer do better and forget less when they go back to school. The summer months offer great opportunities for families to help improve reading and writing. One of the ways parents can do this is by bringing their children to the library for the summer reading program. See what we have in store for your kids this summer.
The Williams County Public Library in Bryan is once again inviting patrons who are interested to adopt a flower pot and plant it with their favorite flowers as part of the “Brighten with Blooms” effort at the library. If they prefer, patrons can donate $20, and the library will buy and plant the flowers for them. The library will then display the pots in the West Annex Building windows. A sign will be hung near the adopted flower pot on the window inside at the West Annex letting everyone know who adopted the pot.
|Check out some of the new audio books added to the library's catalog this week. You can also sign up for our Audio Book newsletter and receive updates of new titles directly to your email. Audio books are a great way to read while driving, working around the house, allowing you to read anytime, anywhere.|