What is Read to the Dogs?

Read to the Dogs is a volunteer program that partners therapy-trained dogs with children, grades 1 - 3, who need extra reading support. To enroll in this special program, call 281-554-1113 or email Ziba CyrusRegistration is required.

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1. How can I get a library card?
2. Does the library charge fines for overdue items?
3. How do I reserve a book?
4. At what age can I sign my child up for a library card?
5. How can I get a book that the library doesn't carry?
6. How many times can I renew something?
7. How many things can I check out at one time?
8. I lost my library card. What does it cost to get a replacement?
9. What is Read to the Dogs?
10. What is 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten?
11. Does the library have story time?
12. How much do library programs cost?
13. Who can use library computers?
14. Does the library have computer classes?
15. Does the library have ESL classes?
16. Does my library card expire?
17. I forgot my PIN. What now?
18. I'm trying to return my materials after library hours and the automated return is out of order. How do I return my things?
19. Does the library have WiFi?
20. How do I access library databases?
21. Does the library have a scanner?
22. Does the library have study rooms?
23. I need my library materials for a longer time. Can I extend the due date?
24. Can I get a list of all the books I've checked out?
25. I want to host a free class/event. Who do I talk to about this?
26. I've lost a book. What do I do?
27. Who do I contact regarding historical images?
28. Can I print at the library?
29. Can I make copies at the library?
30. How can I help out the library?
31. How do I reserve a meeting room at the library?
32. What services are available at the library?
33. How does the library support local authors?
34. I can't find my library card. Can I still check out at the library?