Monday 10 - 8
Story Time will return January 5.
We'll have take home crafts for winter break!
Announcing the winner of the 2014 Ladybug Award!
If I Built a House by Chris Van Dusen
Stop into the library and check it out today!
January 2015 Story Time Themes
January 5 and January 8
National Bird Day is January 5, and we’re celebrating. Join us for stories and crafts about our fine, feathered friends.
Possible Stories Include: No Two Alike and Birds
January 12 and January 15
Music makes the world go round! Stop in for stories and crafts relating to music. We may even make a few instruments of our own.
Possible Stories Include: Never Play Music Right Next to the Zoo and The Ant and the Grasshopper
Closed January 19 for MLK January 22 Only
How can you change the world? We read stories about how dreams are important, and anyone can change the world.
Possible Stories Include: Weezer Changes the World and Stars
January 26 and January 29
Everyone loves a great fairy tale. We’ll read old favorites, and maybe a few new ones too! What’s your favorite tale?
Possible Stories Include: Waking Beauty and Jack and the Beanstalk
New Books in the Children's Room
*Picture Books & Juvenile Fiction*
Older or younger siblings are welcome at either of our 10:30 A.M. story times. We plan the length of the story-time and the activities for preschoolers.
All story times are held weekly in our under-the-sea themed Children's Room. This informal program offers the opportunity for parents to introduce their children to reading and the library in an enjoyable setting. It is also a great time for parents to meet other parents! Please join us for stories, crafts, and fun!
We've moved the parenting section in the Children's Room. All Parenting books are now located above Juvenile Fiction. Additionally, we are adding new and updated items; including Homeschooling books. Let us know if you have requests!
*New as of December 2014*