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Welcome to The Woodlands Pride Community Library, where literature meets inclusivity! 


Our library stands as a beacon of diversity and acceptance in our community, dedicated to fostering an environment where everyone feels seen, heard, and valued. Through our carefully curated collection of books and resources, we strive to not only enrich minds but also celebrate the rich tapestry of identities that make up our vibrant community.


At The Woodlands Pride Community Library, we believe in the transformative power of literature to educate, inspire, and unite. Whether you are looking for stories that reflect your experiences or seeking to understand perspectives different from your own, our library is here to serve as a gateway to knowledge and empathy.


Join us in our mission to promote equality and understanding through the written word. Explore our shelves, participate in our events, and discover the joy of reading in a space that welcomes everyone regardless of background or orientation.


Together, we can build a stronger, more inclusive community, one book at a time.

Library considerations:

  1. Respect diversity: Embrace the diverse range of identities and perspectives represented in our collection.

  2. Open-Mindedness: Approach books and resources with a willingness to learn and understand different perspectives

  3. Kindness and Respect: Interact with those in the library with respect and courtesy.

  4. Community Engagement: Participate in library events and discussions to foster a sense of community.

  5. Access and Inclusivity: Ensure resources are accessible to all community members, regardless of background.

  6. Content: Engage with books with the understanding that The Woodlands Pride does not prescreen books for content and some content may be unsuitable for all ages. For minors, it is recommended to consult a trusted adult about content before checking books out to ensure appropriateness. We are not liable for the content of books donated to the library.

  7. Return Policy: Adhere to library guidelines for borrowing and returning materials promptly (within two weeks, but you can always re-check them out).

  8. Feedback: Provide constructive feedback to help improve library services and offerings.

  9. Confidentiality: Respect the confidentiality of others when discussing library use or borrowing materials.

  10. Staffing: The TWP Community Library, located within Village Books, operates without dedicated staff. Employees at Village Books cannot offer advice, assistance, or information regarding TWP Community Library books, policies, or requirements. For any inquiries related to the library, please contact us directly.

Are you interested in a book, but don't see it in our library? Add it to our wish list and we will do our best to get it!


What are the library's operating hours? The Woodlands Pride Community Library operates during the Village Books store hours, which are: Monday - Saturday 10 am - 5 pm Sunday 12 pm - 5 pm

Who do we speak to if we have questions? TWP Community Library is using space within Village Books to house our library but we are not staffed. Books may be checked out using your library card (see below for more information about library cards). If you have any questions or concerns, please contact

How do I get a library card? If this is your first time checking out with us, fill out the following form to get your “Library Card”: This will allow us to register your email address.

Can I access the library's catalog online? Our Library Collection:

Does the library offer e-books and digital resources? TWP Community Library does not offer any e-books or digital resources. If you are interested in e-books and digital resources, please contact us at

Are there programs and events at the library? Absolutely! Check out our upcoming events at

Do you have public computers and internet access? We do not have public computers or internet access available for use.

Is there a quiet study area or meeting room available? At this time, we do not offer any quiet study areas or meeting rooms.

How can I donate books or materials to the library? You may donate books by emailing For monetary donations, please text TWPBOOKS to 44321 to receive a secure link.

What are the library's policies on overdue fines and borrowing limits? Books may be checked out for two weeks at a time. For any reason you would like to extend your checkout window, you may renew your book at any time. There is no limit on how many books you can borrow at one time; however, we ask that you take into consideration how much time you have available to read and the interests of others within the community.

Is there parking available? Parking is available immediately in front of the store. Additional parking is available in the shopping center.

How can I renew borrowed items? As long as a book does not have a hold on it, you may check the book back out using the same process you did to check it out in the first place. For any questions regarding this process, please see the “How to check out books” guide, or email us at

Additional Library Questions?

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