Tag: children

The Princess Who Had No Kingdom by Ursula Jones

Librarian Sarah Boeglin reviews this picture book that celebrates the important things in life – like friends and libraries! Learn about this fun updated version of the “princess” fairytale: Read the review here.

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Spring Break Fun 2014

Children’s Librarian Sharon Forinash and Library Associate Rose Flores planned a variety of Spring Break programs to offer customers of all ages at the Lochwood Branch Library. On Tuesday, March 11, 2014, they held a Crafternoon Tuesday program that offered

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Raptors of Texas

Raptors of Texas presented by the Blackland Prairie Raptor Center! On Thursday, June 27th, six raptors from the Blackland Prairie Raptor Center made an appearance for 150 children and adults at the Lochwood Branch Library. Live raptors, raptors including the

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New Logo Introduction

LBLF is proud and happy to show off our colorful new logo. Click the first image below to view the winning logo and all ten top logos from our 2013 Logo Design Contest.

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Bug Out at the Library!

Specially selected picture books, child friendly seating and an activity table are all part of our new science installation for kids at Lochwood. This year the Lochwood Branch Library was chosen as one of the beneficiaries of the Texas State

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Lochwood wins literacy learning set from Lego

Thanks to Lochwood Friends’ enthusiastic support (with online voting) our library has won a LEGO DUPLO Read! Build! Play! toolkit. Lochwood ranked 125 out of the top 200 participating libraries for number of votes. The toolkit includes early literacy programming

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October 18, Ashley Parks

Ashley Parks, author of The Saving Seed, Thursday, October 18 at 5:30. Dallas author Ashley Parks will be speaking at the Lochwood Branch Library at 5:30pm on Thursday, October 18.   Parks’ book, “The Saving Seed”, provides practical tips for parents

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June Newsletter

June LBLF Newsletter: Take a moment to check out the newsletter for some of the latest activities of our group, including a prestigious organization award and read the winning essay in  our kids essay contest, “What My Library Means to

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Story Time for Preschoolers

Story Time has started again at the library! Your child will love the experience of reading with other children at the library.  Story Time is every Friday at 10:30 and is recommended for children 2 to 4 years old.

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