The Copperas Cove Public Library has several events coming up this week for both children and adults, and there is something going on at the library almost every week.

Toddler Time and Story Time will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday and Thursday, respectively. The theme of the events is dinosaurs.

On Tuesday, the library will be offering E-book help to area residents.

Library staff and volunteers will be offering assistance and training in helping readers new to using E-book devices such as Kindles and Nooks.

Tips such as how to download and access digital books from the library will be given from 2 to 3 p.m.

The Double C Square Dancing group will be offering lessons at the library at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday.

Square dance lessons are held every week at the library and dances are held every other week.

The library will be offering Home School Time from 1 to 3 p.m. Wednesday.

On Sept. 30 the Writer’s Society will be participating in a national event sponsored by 100 Thousand Poets for Change.

Poets for Changes is a nonprofit organization that “promotes peace and sustainability and to call for serious social, environmental and political change,” according to its website.

Writers nationwide will perform reading in their cities or towns to promote change and support the group’s efforts.

The public library also continues to put new books on the shelves every week.

Some of the new novels available at the library are:

  • “Of Mess and Moxie,” by Jen Hatmaker.
  • “The Death of Expertise,” by Thomas Nichols.
  • “The Up­start­s: How Uber, Airbn­b, and the Killer ­Com­pa­nies of the New Sil­i­con Val­ley are Chang­ing the ­World,” by Brad Stone.
  • “Blind­sid­ed: the True S­to­ry of One ­Man’s Cru­sade Again­st ­Chem­i­cal ­Giant DuPon­t ­for a Boy with­ No Eyes,” by James Ferraro.
  • “Every ­Land­lord’s Guide ­to Find­ing ­Great ­Tenants,” by Janet Portman;
  • “Pa­ten­t it Y­our­self: Your Step-by-Step Guide ­to Fil­ing at the U.S. Pa­ten­t Of­fice,” by David Pressman.
  • “Shoot­ing Ghost­s: a U.S. Marine, a ­Con­flic­t Pho­tog­ra­pher, and their Jour­ney Back­ from War,” by Thomas Brennan.
  • “Un­der­stand­ing Trump,” by Newt Gingrich.


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