Teens @ HMCPL

Middle School Summer Reading Book Talk-The Unwanteds by Lisa McMann

Each week the Youth Services Librarians at the Main Library will be leading a book discussion on one of the four Summer Reading books selected by Huntsville City Schools for 2014. Each week is a different book so be sure to check the calendar!

Middle School Summer Reading Book Talk-Schooled by Gordon Korman

Each week the Youth Services Librarians at the Main Library will be leading a book discussion on one of the four Summer Reading books selected by Huntsville City Schools for 2014. Each week is a different book so be sure to check the calendar!

Middle School Summer Reading Book Talk-Al Capone Does My Shirts by Gennifer Choldenko

Each week the Youth Services Librarians at the Main Library will be leading a book discussion on one of the four Summer Reading books selected by Huntsville City Schools for 2014. Each week is a different book so be sure to check the calendar!

Middle School Summer Reading Book Talk-A Long Walk to Water by Linda Sue Park

Each week the Youth Services Librarians at the Main Library will be leading a book discussion on one of the four Summer Reading books selected by Huntsville City Schools for 2014. Each week is a different book so be sure to check the calendar!

Fantastic Friday- Star Wars Day- ALL DAY!!!

Celebrate the end of Summer Reading with an all-day Star Wars event on July 25th!  Join us for crafts, games, prizes, and more as we throw an all ages party that is sure to be out of this world! For more information about this events, please contact the Bailey Cove Library at 256-881-0257.

Fandom Tuesday: Welcome to Night Vale

Hello, Readers. Night Vale City Council would like to announce that the Bailey Cove Branch Library will be hosting a Night Vale event on June 17th. The Night Vale City Council would also like to state that they do not in any way endorse this event, or reading, or books, or libraries in general. Remember readers: librarians lurk in the heart of every library, watching, reading, waiting for you to dog-ear a page or incorrectly cite a source on a school paper, at which point they will descend upon you with furious wrath and we will likely never see you again. If you are still inclined to attend, the Library promises to have crafts and lively discussion, and there’s a very good chance you may survive to tell the tale.

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