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 Story Time Themes for March 2015

 Description: https://helenw13.files.wordpress.com/2011/03/dr-seuss.jpg  March 2 Only *No Story March 5*

On Monday, March 2 it’s the birthday of Dr. Seuss!  Stop in to celebrate one of our favorite authors, and hear a few classic Seuss stories.  No story on March 6. 

Possible Stories Include:  Green Eggs and Ham and Horton Hears a Who.

Description: http://www.blogthingsimages.com/thecutemonstertest/monster-4.png  March 9 and March 12

Not all monsters are scary, some are just plain silly!  We’ll be reading stories about a few of these silly monsters, and designing one of our own to bring home. 

Possible Stories Include: Jeremy Draws a Monster and Leonardo the Terrible Monster

 Description: http://cloud.collegefashion.net/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/Quiz-St.-Patricks-Day-Header.jpg  March 16 and March 19

It’s Miss Crystal’s favorite holiday!  That’s right we’re celebrating St. Patrick’s Day!  Wear a bit o’ green, and bring your best Irish brogue.

Possible Stories Include:  Too Many Fairies and St. Patrick’s Day Alphabet

 Description: http://users.manchester.edu/Student/sokipfer/LitTech340/ice_pansy_crop_430.jpg  March 23 and March 26

It’s the official start of spring.  Stop in for a few stories and a craft about winter’s departure, and spring’s arrival.  Possible Stories Include: Spring Thaw and When Will it be Spring?

Description: http://communitytable.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/02/pig-out-3.jpg  March 30 and April 2

Oink, oink!  This week, we’re reading stories all about pigs.  Join us for fun stories about a few little pigs, and make a pig craft to take home.

Possible Stories Include: A Pig Parade is a Terrible Idea  and Hogwood Steps Out: A Good, Good Pig Story.

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New Books in the Children's Room

February 2015

*Picture Books & Juvenile Fiction*

         

   

New Movies

 

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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!

 

Parenting Corner

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*

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