The Round Rock Public Library presents the Friday Film series at 2 p.m. with screenings of recent films to help you wind down your week.
Bring your friends, some snacks, a blanket and some cuddly pillows and stake our your space on the carpet in front of our big screen.
Copyright restrictions prevent us from telling you the name of the each week's movie on our website, but most of them have a connection to our Summer Reading Program theme, "Dig Into Reading." Here are some hints:
- June 7: A tiny family lives under the floors in a house full of "human beans" in a movie loosely based on a book by Mary Norton. Rated PG.
- June 14: Famous holiday figures band together to protect children in this recent animated film based on a book series by William Joyce. Rated PG.
- June 21: A boy begins an eating adventure when he stands up to bullies in this adaptation of a book by Thomas Rockwell. Rated PG.
- July 5: A boy and his unusual companions travel the world in an enormous piece of fruit in this movie based on a book by Roald Dahl. Rated PG.
- July 10 (Wednesday): Ants help a boy learn lessons in kindness in this animated movie based on a book by John Nickle. Rated PG.
- July 17 (Wednesday): Explorers venture deep inside the earth in this film that picks up the story where Jules Verne's famous book left off. Rated PG.
- July 26: Readers are caught up in a fantasy world and an extraordinary story in this adaptation of a novel by Micheal Ende. Rated PG.
- August 2: We've been celebrating gardens and gnomes all summer, so what better way to end the series than with this romantic adventure about star-crossed lawn art? This animated film may remind you of a play by William Shakespeare. Rated PG.
Still not sure what we're showing? See our printed posters and flyers in the library, or give us a call.