TWU Libraries offers resources and outreach for visitors of all ages, families, students, and educators at Texas Woman's University. You can explore a wide variety of resources and materials for leisure or research purposes. All are welcome to discover our unique collections housed within the heart of the TWU campus.
Outreach & Events
TWU Libraries believe in the importance of reading starting at a young age. Our youth and children’s events support cognitive development, the improvement of language skills, and the preparation for academic success. Every event encourages the use of imagination, creativity, and the cultivation of a lifelong love of reading. By bringing your children to our outreach events, you reinforce the importance of reading and strengthen the bond with your child(ren).
Every child has a place at TWU Libraries. We partner with various internal and external organizations that value each person as a unique individual. By exploring a range of topics and themes, we create a fun, age-appropriate environment that sparks the interest of every child.
In the Library
Blagg-Huey Library in Denton offers an entire children’s area on the first floor. This space includes soft seating, open floor space, and no noise restrictions, so parents/caregivers can bring their children to the library anytime. Visit the Information Desk for a complimentary coloring book and crayons, or browse the Jimmie Lyn Harris Children’s Collection, which includes youth fiction along with board and pop-up books.
Blagg-Huey Library offers caregivers a lactation room on the third floor, allowing individuals a private place to nurse and care for their infant children. Contact the Information Desk for entry.