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Monsters were the theme for this week's 3-4 year old storytime. We stomped, snorted and sang like monsters, and read some great books about these creepy creatures! We ended by using our imagination to create one-of-a-kind monsters with play-doh, googly eyes and pipe cleaners!
Big & Little was the theme of today's storytime for 3-4 year olds. We read stories and sang songs about little animals and their big adventures, as well as some big characters today. At the end, everyone made an elephant with a silly nose!
We celebrated Valentine's Day at storytime this morning. Children ages 3-4 listened to stories and sang some fun songs about hearts, hugs, valentines and chocolate! At the end, everyone made a cute "Love Bug" hat to wear on this special day!
Children listened to some "cool" stories, sang some snow songs and built a snowman at our Stories and More for Threes & Fours storytime today.
Children ages 3-4 enjoyed a fun storytime full of planes, trains, trucks and automobiles this morning! We had lots of hands on fun and ended with some exciting parachute play.
Our Mother/Daughter Book Club met last night to discuss the book Smile by Raina Telgemeier. We had a great discussion about this book, enjoyed refreshments, and made a fun picture frame craft!
Our first storytime of the year was held this morning! This week's theme was winter weather and clothing. Children ages 3-4 years old listen to stories, sang songs and made a cute mitten craft!
Children ages 7-12 came out to the library yesterday for some building fun at our "Legos at the Library" program. This month's theme was "Anything Goes," and everyone used their creativity to create some great masterpieces including, cars, castles and holiday themed pieces!
Children's author, Carole Lexa Schaefer was a special guest at our Super Saturday storytime on October 27th. She read some of her books to the children and talked to them about being an author.