The Stewart C. Meyer Harker Heights Public Library offers programs for children and teens this weekend.

Bouncing Babies is a limited Saturday baby class for newborns to 18 months and parents or caregivers at 10 a.m. with play-based programs and baby music time for quality fun time. Class meets in the Story Room.

Teens can enjoy a double header at the library with two events on Saturday.

First, bring your cards and have a blast battling it out with friends during the classic Yu-Gi-Oh and Pokémon mini battles at 1 p.m.

Then, celebrate during the Anime In April special event at 3 p.m. with fellow anime fans.

Featured activities this week for children and parents:

Move It, Groove It, Shake It will have ages 3 to 6 building motor, social, and early literacy skills with this play-based program at 10 a.m. Monday. Younger siblings are welcome. Sign in at the Children’s Circulation Desk upon arrival.

Try your hand at a new family craft project celebrating springduring Maker Night at 6 p.m. Thursday.

Mystery and adventure fill this new crop of children’s books:

“The Case Of The Disappearing Doll,” by Nancy Parent;

“The Case Of Windy Lake,” by Michael Hutchinson;

“Dragonfell,” by Sarah Prineas;

“Emily Windsnap And The Pirate Prince,” by Liz Kessler;

“The Griffins Of Castle Cary,” by Heather Shumaker;

“The Hundred-Year Mystery,” by Gertrude Chandler Warner;

“Pirate Chicken: All Hens on Deck,” by Brian Yanish;

“Ronan Boyle And The Bridge Of Riddles,” by Thomas Lennon;

“Sal And Gabi Break The Universe,” by Carlos Alberto Pablo Hernandez;

“Sam Wu Is Not Afraid Of Sharks,” by Katie Tsang.

Upcoming Event

Friends Of The Library Book Sale is 4 to 6 p.m. Friday, April 26, and 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, April 27.

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