St. Paul's Christian Day School dedicates our children's library in honor of Julie Ann Dahmann for sharing her Faith, Love and Strength with us. She was only able to finish Bouncing Bears here with us at St.Paul's , but in our short time together she shared her gift of family prophecy, the magic of fairy tales and many happy smiles. She will always be a Christian Day School ANGEL!

The public library offers a variety of services for both adults and children. There are over 43,000 items to check out. This number includes books (regular and large print), audio CDs, DVDs, and a genealogy collection. In addition the Library subscribes to 60 magazines and offers a large digital content library of e-books and audio books. Library cards are available for any Texas resident and children five and older; a parent or legal guardian's signature is required for children up to the age of 16. A photo ID or proof of residency is also required. Library cards are free. 

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All children from Turtles thru 6th Grade go to the library for story time and / or to check out books. Click below to access the JAD online library. Our books are organized into two main sections: AR books (books within Accelerated Reader program) and Books not AR. See AR "interest level" for suggested age group concerning content.Interest levels refer to the sophistication/maturity of a text’s content, ideas, and themes: LG (lower grades, K–3), MG (middle grades, 4–8), MG+ (middle grades plus, 6 and up), and UG (upper grades, 9–12).  Interest levels are based on publisher recommendations and should be used in concert with a book’s readability level to determine if a book is appropriate for a student to read.  Most MG+ books are marketed as YA (Young Adult) for Interest Level.

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