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Round Rock Reads: Presentation by local author Mike Cox
Book signing and discussion of Galveston 1900 and other Texas disasters
 
Date: 1/9/2010  
Location: Barnes and Noble at La Frontera in Round Rock
2701 Parker Road Bldg A Suite 700, Round Rock, Texas  78681 (Map)
Cost: Free
 

Isaac's StormThe Library has arranged for local author Mike Cox to give a presentation about the Galveston hurricane and other Texas disasters followed by a question and answer session at 2 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 9 at the Barnes and Noble in Round Rock. Join us in 1900 period dress.

Schedule

  • 1 p.m. Storytime with Rocksssanne
  • 2 p.m. Presentation by Mike Cox local author of Texas Disasters

Help Friends of the Library
A portion of the proceeds from this weekend will go towards Friends of the Round Rock Public Library. Barnes and Noble will donate a percentage of all the net sales from that weekend when patrons either present a voucher (PDF) at the register or tell the cashiers that their purchase is being made to help the Friends of the Library.

Vouchers apply to all purchases except gift cards and Barnes and Noble memberships. The vouchers do not convey a discount and are only good in stores, not online. Download a voucher or pick one up at the Round Rock Public Library.

Round Rock Reads!, sponsored by the Round Rock Public Libary, is an event where the community reads the same book and then discusses it and participates in special programs tied to the theme of the book. The book selection for 2010 is Isaac's Storm, by Erik Larson, about the 1900 hurricane that inundated Galveston. 

 
For more information, please contact Michelle Cervantes.


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