As Thanksgiving approaches, you may be looking for books and resources on the holiday. The following websites provide recommended titles and classroom activities for children and teens.
November marks the beginning of Native American Heritage Month. During this time, the contributions, sacrifices and achievements of American Indians and Alaska Natives are honored.
To learn more, visit one of the following sites:
On Wednesday, October 29th, children of all ages were invited to design their own trick-or-treat bag! Checkout some of their creations below!
Visit the BCLS Events Calendar for more exciting programs!
On Tuesday, October 28th, Miss Kiran and Miss Christina hosted an excited Halloween Storytime for children ages three and four. During the program patrons were treated to Halloween stories and songs.
On Thursday, October 23rd, Headquarters hosted a Skeleton Make & Take program. Children of all ages were invited to make silly skeletons from pasta. Checkout their unique creations below!
On Monday, October 6th Headquarters hosted an Art Storytime for children ages 4 to 6. During the program we read Dog Loves Drawing by Louise Yates; Sky Color by Peter H. Reynolds; and Mousterpiece by Jane Breskin Zalben.
September 21-27 is Banned Books Week. This annual event was launched in 1982 in response to the increasing number of challenged books in libraries, schools and bookstores.
Teachers throughout the county are returning to school this week. BCLS would like to remind educators about the services and resources we provide that will assist with classroom assignments, student research and lesson plans.
Teacher and School Media Specialist Card
On Monday, July 28th Headquarters hosted a Curious George Storytime for children ages 4 to 6. During the program we read Curious George stories and sang a variety of songs. Following the program participants made monkey bag puppets.
On Monday, June 30th Headquarters hosted a Space Storytime for children ages 4 to 6. During the program we read Moonday by Adam Rex; How to Catch a Star by Oliver Jeffers; and Zoom, Rocket, Zoom! by Margaret Mayo.