Round Rock Public Library is now open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday.
Every year in Namibia, about two thousand zebras suddenly disappear from their grazing area along the Chobe River. Months later, the herd returns. Where do they go? And why? Thanks to satellite-tracking collars, scientists were able to solve the mystery, but several questions remain. Award-winning science author Sandra Markle reveals the process scientists used to study the zebras, and she also delves into the science of migration, exploring how...
Gymnast Simone Biles won four Olympic gold medals in 2016, and she plans to compete at the Olympics again in 2020. This carefully leveled text with engaging photos and critical thinking questions will be a hit with young gymnastics fans.
Learn about nutrition, health, and what good eating habits are. Carefully leveled text, colorful visual aids, and vibrant photographs teach early readers about food, diet, and forming daily healthy eating habits.
Can cats code? These cats sure can! Computer bugs come to life with playful rhyming verse and goofy illustrations. Readers will learn about types of errors that can bring a computer to a crawl. And they'll discover these bugs aren't so scary—all thanks to debugging! Author Brian P. Cleary, illustrator Martin Goneau, and the enthusiastic CATegorical cats offer a fun and accessible introduction to key coding concepts.
Do you know how to create an algorithm? These cats sure do! Author Brian P. Cleary and illustrator (and coding hobbyist) Martin Goneau offer a fun and accessible introduction to algorithms with the help of the CATegorical cats.
Young readers will learn to distinguish between the things they really need (food and clothing) and the things they want (toys!) in this fun, fresh look at wants and needs.