As a part of celebrating Black History Month, the Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library is featuring books, and DVDs in its catalog highlighting black history and achievements.

Activities this week at the library:

Pokémon and Yu-Gi-Oh Mini Battles from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday for kids ages 8 to 17 interested in the movies, video games, trading cards, or books. Children under 11 must be with an adult.

In observance of Presidents Day, the library will be closed Monday, and will reopen for normal business hours Tuesday.

Little Steamers uses toys, puzzles, activities to introduce the STEAM concepts of science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics.

The session for ages 18 months and younger is at 9 a.m. Tuesday, and the session for ages five years and younger is at 10 a.m.

Children ages 6 to 10 learn a new educational topic with the Homeschool Club at 11 a.m. Wednesday.

The Science Club meets at 4:30 p.m. Wednesday to explore a field of science.

Families can celebrate Dr. Seuss with an evening devoted to his imagination and whimsy at 6 p.m. Thursday. The Seuss-inspired fun includes favorite stories, amusing songs, and more.

New books at the library include graphic novels, chapter books, biography, science, and genre fiction.

“Anonymous Noise,” by Ryoko Fukuyama;

“Bugs From Head To Tail,” by Yona Zeldis McDonough;

“Chef Roy Choi And The Street Food Remix,” by Jaqueline Briggs Martin;

“An Eighth Of August,” by Dawn Turner Trice;

“Eva’s Treetop Festival,” by Rebecca Elliott;

“The Forgotten Book,” by Mechthild Glaser;

“Gunslinger Girl,” by Lyndsay Ely;

“Ink,” by Alice Broadway;

“Jonesy,” by Sam Humphries and Caitlin Rose Boyle;

“A Land Of Permanent Goodbyes,” by Atia Abawi;

“Roar Of The Thunder Dragon,” by Tracey West.

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