The Bertha Voyer Memorial Library in Honey Grove, TX have recently received several exciting awards: Finalist for the Best Small Library in America for 2014 (awarded at PLA), Ebsco’s Excellence in Small/Rural Public Library Service Award
(that will be awarded at ALA) and a YALSA Teen Week Grant for our Robotics. They have also been named Finalist for the [...]
Three CTLS member libraries whose cities are part of the Texas Municipal League received the Texas Municipal Library Directors’ Association Achievement of Excellence Award for 2013. The libraries are: the Lena Armstrong Library (Belton: director Kim Kroll pictured above on the right), the Cedar Park Public Library (Cedar Park), and the Temple Public Library (Temple). [...]
At the 100th Annual Texas Library Association conference in Fort Worth in April, Youth Services Manager Kit Coates of the Cedar Park Public Library received the Outstanding New Librarian Award. Congratulations!
The staff of the Cedar Park Public Library and Library Director Pauline Lam were recognized at a City Council meeting recently for receiving the Achievement of Excellence in Libraries Award from the Texas Municipal Library Directors’ Association. Other CTLS libraries receiving this award were Boerne (Library Director Kelly Skovbjerg), Edinburg (Library Director Leticia Leija), Harker [...]
Congratulations to the Bell Whittington Public Library, Portland, TX and Rose Aleta Laurell, Director!
This library was named a finalist in the IMLS Best Small Library in America competition!
“Serving a population of 15,099 in a satellite community near Corpus Christi, this library does an awful lot with the $29 per capita budget at its disposal. The judges noted [...]
Congratulations to the following Library Journal five-star libraries! Bee Cave Public Library in Bee Cave, Tri-Community Library in Prairie Lea, Black Bridge Library in Dime Box, and Claud H. Gilmer Memorial Library in Rocksprings. The D. Brown Library in Rosebud and the Real County Library in Leakey are 3-star libraries. We applaud the hard work [...]
The Friends of the Pflugerville Community Library were awarded the 2012 Lower Colorado River Authority (LCRA) Community Development Program grant in the amount of $25,000 to assist in the development of a Water Use Demonstration Courtyard in the expansion of the Pflugerville Community Library. Mayor Jeff Coleman, City Council members, and Friends of the Pflugerville Community [...]
At the TLA Conference this past week, Pat received the TLA Distinguished Service Award. We are so proud of her! This award recognizes substantial demonstration of leadership to the profession. For over 30 years, Patricia Tuohy has provided outstanding leadership for the Central Texas Library System, a system that has grown from 37 to 80 [...]
Today the ALA announced the winners and honorees of the Youth Media Awards at the Midwinter Meeting in Dallas, TX. See the webcast here or view the list here! Congrats to all the winners and honorees!
Check out this year’s 2×2 titles from TLA, 700 titles whittled to 20 to showcase the best in books for children 2 years old to 2nd grade.
Ashman, Linda. No Dogs Allowed! Illustrated by Kristin Sorra. Sterling. ISBN 978-1-4027-5837-9. $14.95. Ages 4-8. Welcome to Alberto’s restaurant…unless you’re a dog, a cat, a bunny, or ANYTHING with fur, [...]