With the school year almost over, the Burlington County Library is getting ready for summer reading. The children's theme for this year's summer reading program is "Dig Into Reading" and will kick off on June 24th. Children of all ages and abilities are welcome to join this free program and ear
We packed our basket full of stories, songs and fun games for our picnic storytime this morning. Children ages 3-4 had a great time listening to books about picnics in the park and singing about some unexpected guests.....
Today's storytime was all about the wonderful world of bugs! Children ages 3-4 listened to stories and sang songs about the creepy and the crawly, the slimy and the shiny, and the bright and beautiful bugs we find in our own backyard! We ended storytime with a bumblebee craft that used our hand
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Children ages 3-4 used their imaginations and pretended they were all different characters at our Imagination storytime this morning! We read some great stories that promoted creative thinking, including, It's a Tiger, Andrew Drew and Drew, Not a Box, and It Looked like Spilt Milk
Splish, splash I was taking a bath...
Pitter, Patter, Drip, Drop, Splish, Splash, Sploosh! Children ages 3-4 participated in some rain dances and pretend puddle jumping at our Rainy Day storytime today. We read stories about rainy days and made some music with rhythm sticks and egg shakers throughout our program!
Children learned that flowers and vegetables can grow up, down or all around at our gardening storytime today. Children ages 3-4 listened to stories about flowers, vegetable gardens, and the worms who play an important role in the process! We also created a pop-up flower craft after our stories