Struggling with Math? Get the 5 tips to score better

Most of the students have the fear of mathematics. If you are one among them follow these 5 tips and become the master. If you have a solid foundation in math, achieving a perfect score is relatively simple. As a mathematician, we have developed a list of the most important recommendations to help you succeed. This will enhance your comprehension of the concept and enable you to apply it to achieving topics. 1 – Master […]

Fulshear Book Clubs Announce June Reading Selections

Share your love of reading with other book lovers at one of the book clubs that meet monthly at Fort Bend County Libraries’ Bob Lutts Fulshear/Simonton Branch Library, 8100 FM 359 South in Fulshear. New members are always welcome. The next meeting of the Day Readers Book Club will take place on Monday, June 13, beginning at 12:00 noon, in the Meeting Room of the library. The book to be discussed is Lily King’s novel, Euphoria! This title is available in print, audio, […]

Libraries’ Summer Reading Challenge For Kids, Teens, & Adults Starts May 30  

FBCL SRC Trophies 2022

Fort Bend County Libraries presents special reading challenges during the summer to encourage reading among children from birth and up, as well as teens and adults. “Oceans of Possibilities” is the theme for this year’s Summer Reading Challenge. Online registration for the 2022 Summer Reading Challenge, which takes place at all Fort Bend County Libraries (FBCL) locations, will begin on Monday, May 30, and continue through August 31. Library activities for children begin during the week of […]

 How to Write A Killer Resume Objective in 2022

Writing a clear and concise Resume statement is important because, through this statement, you inform your prospective employer about your intentions. In addition, this objective helps you convince your prospective employer that you are fit for the job. However, writing good resume objectives is not easy, so here are some tips that can help you write killer resume objectives in 2022. Ask Questions You can approach a cv editing service to get a customized well-written […]

Several Investment Worthy Cryptocurrencies Other Than Bitcoin

Cryptocurrency is not new to the market, and yet, its popularity is still on the rise today. Now that there are thousands of crypto you can choose from, it makes it easier to choose which crypto to invest in. Most of the cryptocurrencies you find in the market today were created for a certain purpose, and if you choose the right one, it could potentially increase your profit. If you are a beginner in crypto […]

4 Books to Read When In Germany

Even though Germany is the home of the Autobahn, traveling probably means riding a lot of trains. While you’re watching the romantic countryside slip by, you might as well take a few books off of your reading list. Barnes and Noble is the perfect place to find books at a great price. Read this guide to find out if Barnes and Noble ships to Germany. Here are a few to get you started. The Vanishing […]

Texas Center for the Book Celebrates Lone Star Día with Grants to Libraries

The Texas Center for the Book has announced this year’s Lone Star Día, April 30, and will partner once again with First Book, the largest online community of educators serving kids living in poverty, to bring multicultural children’s books to Texas libraries through its grant program. The Lone Star Día Grant is designed to support libraries and literacy nonprofits serving children in need, providing $200 in book credits to allow them to purchase diverse titles […]

New Book Chronicles Successes of Texas A&M University System

A new book, Breaking Away: How The Texas A&M System Changed the Game, chronicles a decade of accomplishments in higher education in Texas – from Texas A&M’s entry into the Southeastern Conference to the most significant construction expansion in the history of the Texas A&M University System. Author Tim Gregg documents how the Texas A&M System has employed its unique structure – 11 universities and eight state agencies – to answer the call of the nation and […]

Cinco Ranch Literary Lunch League To Discuss “Chocolat” Online In December

Fort Bend County Libraries’ Cinco Ranch Branch Library currently offers online book-club meetings through Webex/Zoom so that readers can interact with others in real time and participate from home. Books can be requested by calling the library, or by placing them on hold in the online catalog. Digital versions of some books are also available for download from FBCL’s eLibrary. The schedule of book club meetings at the Cinco Ranch Branch Library in December is […]

Students Invited to Participate in 2021-2022 Letters About Literature Texas Competition

The Texas Center for the Book (TCFB) has launched the 2021-2022 Letters About Literature Texas contest, a program that invites students to respond to authors of books or poetry who have touched their lives. The contest is open to Texas students in grades 4 through 12. Students, educators, and families: join the Texas Center for the Book in promoting the joys of reading and writing! Participants select a book, book series, essay, play, poem, short […]