Does your child like creepy, crawly creatures? Then they are sure to love books about insects! Scholastic has provided a list of popular bug books favored by young children.
Headquarters recently hosted the event Library Hounds! During the program children ages 5 to 10 met therapy dogs and read them stories. The handlers and dogs were affiliated with the organization Therapy Dogs International.
Have you read any good books lately? Or a not so good book? Can’t wait to tell someone about it? Then stop by the Youth Services department at Headquarters and tell us what you think! Patrons are invited to fill out a review form and submit it for our Kid’s Pick display!
On Thursday June 27th the Youth Services department at Headquarters hosted a Summer Storytime for children ages 3 to 5. During the program children were read construction themed books that focused on digging.
On Wednesday June 26th Headquarters hosted a Summer Celebration program for children ages 3 to 6. Since Eric Carle celebrated a birthday on June 25th, we thought it would be a great opportunity to introduce many young readers to the esteemed author and illustrator.
After a busy school year, teachers may be looking to relax with a good book. Educators from the county are invited to partake in our adult summer reading program. Participants select a book of their choice then write a short review.
Many well-known authors were born in the month of June. As an interesting end of the year activity, teachers may want to read and discuss their books in the classroom. In doing so, students may be inclined to checkout other books by the author over the summer.