We were so excited to welcome in 2017 with our first week of storytimes! We shared our favorite picture books from last year with a few of our crowd pleasing rhymes and songs.
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“I’m so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers.” – Anne of Green Gables
At the Helen Plum Library we love Octobers and to celebrate we started a new storytime session reading about Trees. As you look around town you might have seen the leaves changing colors or squirrels running around getting their homes ready for colder weather, all signs Fall is here.
I spy with my little eye….a wonderful story, great rhymes and more! Below is a list of the books we explored!
We had some creepy, crawly fun in storytime last week! Check out some of the awesome bug books we read.
Is there anything sweeter than storytime? We don’t think so!
This past week we enjoyed reading books about some sweet treats in anticipation of National Ice Cream Day at the Library this Sunday, July 17. We hope you will join us on the Library Plaza at 1:30pm for some messy fun and delicious treats! Dairy Queen is providing the ice cream, and Weber Grill Restaurant is bringing hot dogs and chips. Be sure to come early as supplies are limited.
This week in storytime we read books about frogs! We enjoyed being able to hop around and hear some fantastic froggy books.
What we read:
Spring is finally here and that means green gardens full of delicious fruits and vegetables. This week in storytime we read about some clever rabbits, a watermelon loving crocodile and sang our favorite, the Fruit Salad song!
What we read:
We had lots of fun this week being quiet and loud. We used rhythm sticks, egg shakers and even our bodies as we clapped, stomped, and roared! Below is a list of the books we explored.
Books we read:
The Loud Book by Deborah Underwood