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Musical Fun With Angie Donkin

On June 6th, we had a delightful music performance by Angie Donkin for infants, toddlers and their families. She played guitar and ukulele and sang. She used puppets, props, even […]

Frogs: Infant Storytime

For our last Infant Storytime of the spring session, we read books about frogs. Our first story, Hoppity Frog by Emma Parish, was a fun “slide-and-seek” board book with surprising animals […]

Cats: Infant Storytime

For our sixth Infant Storytime of the spring session, we read books about cats. Books We Shared We started storytime off with Thumpy Feet by Betsy Lewin.  Thumpy is an orange […]

Music: Infant Storytime

For our sixth Infant Storytime of the spring session, we read books about making music. Books We Shared Our first story, Bears in a Band by Shirley Parenteau and illustrated by […]

Dinosaurs: Infant Storytime

For our fifth Infant Storytime of the spring session, we read books about dinosaurs. Books We Shared Our first story, Where Did All the Dinos Go? by Jim Benton, invites readers […]

Balloons: Infant Storytime

For our fourth Infant Storytime of the spring session, we read books about balloons. Books We Shared Our first story, Come Back Ben by Ann and John Hassett, is about a […]

For our third Infant Storytime of the spring session, we read books about pigs. Books We Shared Our first story, Piggies by Don and Audrey Wood, pictures of pigs dancing and […]

Naptime/Bedtime: Infant Storytime

For our second Infant Storytime of the spring session, we read books about naptime/bedtime. Books We Shared Our first story, Everyone is Yawning by Anita Bijsterbosch, was a lift-the-flap book that […]

Eggs: Infant Storytime

For our first Infant Storytime of the spring session, we read books about eggs. Books We Shared Our first story, Egg by Kevin Henkes, showed four eggs, one of which isn’t […]

Spots and Dots - Infant Storytime

Yesterday was the last storytime of our Winter Session!  It focused on spots and dots. Books We Shared Our first story Animal Spots and Stripes by Britta Teckentrup compared different animals that […]