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Lewisville Branch Library News

  1. Books We Like

    Books We Like

    This month Crystal Holland, Branch Manager of our Rural Hall Library, shares some of her favorite titles with us in honor of Black History Month.

  2. Database of the Month: Biography Databases

    Database of the Month: Biography Databases

    Whether you have a biography report due for school or enjoy "walking a mile" in someone else's shoes you will find our biography databases offer an engaging online experience while giving you authoritative reference content.

  3. Business eMagazines with Zinio

    Business eMagazines with Zinio

    The landscape of today's business world is in a state of global growth and change. With our eMagazines from Zinio, you can stay abreast of current business news while on the go.

  4. The ABCDs of Investing in No-Load Mutual Funds

    The ABCDs of Investing in No-Load Mutual Funds

    Dr. Larry Hungerford and Steve Hungerford will visit area libraries throughout February to answer questions about, and give recommendations on, no-load mutual funds - funds that can be bought, sold or exchanged with no fees associated with the transaction.

  5. Get Your Preschooler Reading Ready for Kindergarten

    Get Your Preschooler Reading Ready for Kindergarten

    In the coming months the children's area at your local library may look different. Several branch libraries will see exciting entry ways in to the children's area, new books, new carpet and new furniture.

  6. What will your Next Read be?

    What will your Next Read be?

    You are a click away from your Next Read! Each month you'll receive a list of books on the subjects you choose. Best of all, they are linked to our catalog, so you can just click and reserve.

  7. Interactive Movies for Teens

    Interactive Movies for Teens

    Youth in grades 6-12 are invited to an interactive movie experience at several of our library branches. Movies are rated PG or PG-13--call the host library to find out the name of the movie. Although more people can come and watch the movie, we only have materials for 10 teen participants in the action for each movie, so you may want to call that library to register. Even if you end up on the waiting list or forget to sign up, be sure to attend--you'll still have fun!

  8. Display your collections

    Display your collections

    We at the Lewisville library are looking for displays for our two display cases this year. Past displays have included doll collections, historical documents, hand-made arts and crafts, Purple Heart and other military displays, Mardi Gras masks, model cars, displays commemorating events such as Girl Scouts month, Constitution month, and more. If you would like to provide a display for us this year, please call 703-2940 or 703-2943.