Preschool Storytime - Apples

Apples seem to cause all sorts of problems in today’s stories.  How could that be?  Well let’s start with Ragnhild Scamell’s picture book, OUCH!  Imagine you’re a hedgehog – you create […]

Preschool Storytime: Elephants

Storytime with elephants means BIG fun.  Today we shared some new stories about these favorite gray fellows. To find any of the items used in today’s storytime, just click on […]

Infant Toddler Storytimes - Life on the Farm

     In This Little Chick, little chick learns to speak various animal “languages” as she ventures forth from the farm.  The toddlers had fun learning to oink, moo, ribbit and baa […]

Shared Storytelling for Tweens

On Saturday, November 23, the Central Library hosted a Shared Storytelling workshop for kids ages 8 -12.  We had a lot of fun making stories together in different ways. First, […]

Infant Toddler Storytimes - Thanksgiving!

We shared a traditional Thanksgiving song, a delicious “pie” story and flannel board, said hello to fall, sang songs, enjoyed the nursery rhyme Little Jack Horner, and watched Max eat […]

Turkey Tales

… a special preschool storytime about Thanksgiving, families and food! Storytime was filled with flavorful pies, escaping turkeys, and family meals. Action song sung to the tune of “If You’re Happy […]

Infant Toddler Storytime - Thankfulness

Today’s Infant Toddler storytimes were about being thankful and remembering to say thank you…                    Flannelboard:  Thanks for All I’ve Got Each item is […]

Preschool Storytime - Bears!

       In Baby Bear Sees Blue, baby bear discovers all of the rich colors in nature.  The Little Mouse, the Red, Ripe Strawberry and the Big Hungry Bear –Classic tale, richly […]

We read stories about mice, tried to figure out which house little mouse was hiding in,  watched a short play performed by Cat-e-Kins and Mouse-e-Kins (two very talented hand puppets), sang […]

Infant & Toddler Storytime: Hats

Miss Marie was out today, so I got to step in and present some fun storytimes about Hats. Stories We Shared In Jean Marzollo’s Ten Cats Have Hats we counted […]