Monday, April 13, 2020

Stay-at-Home Story Night



Join us on Facebook on Tuesday and Thursday evenings at 7:00 P.M. to hear a story.  

Larry Biederman, Library Board president, will read from April 14 through May 7.  

Tuesday, April 14: a LEGO picture book (video here)
Thursday, April 16: Dog Man - We'll read 15 to 20 minutes at a time and continue until the book is finished. (video here)
Tuesday, April 21: Dog Man continued (video here)
Thursday, April 23: Dog Man continued (video here)
Tuesday, April 28: Elephant and Piggie books (video here)
Thursday, April 30: More Elephant and Piggie books (video here)
Tuesday, May 5: Big Smelly Bear, Doctor Ted, and How Many Jelly Beans (video here)
Thursday, May 7: Curious George books (video here)

Ms. Jennifer from the library will read beginning on May 12.

Tuesday, May 12: Potato Pants and Our Silly Garden (video here)
Thursday, May 14: Mouse in the House and Traffic Pups (video here)
Tuesday, May 19: Little Hoot, Little Oink, and Little Pea (video here)
Thursday, May 21: Interstellar Cinderella and Reading Beauty (video here)

Ms. Jennifer from the library will read sometimes, and sometimes we will share videos of authors, illustrators, and others reading.

Tuesday, May 26: We shared videos of Sylvie read by The National Aviary (here) and Ranger in Time read by the author, Kate Messner (here)
Thursday, May 28: We shared a video of Arnie the Doughnut read by Chris O'Dowd on Storyline (here).
Tuesday, June 2:
Thursday, June 4
Tuesday, June 9:
Thursday, June 11:


We will post future books as we get closer to them. We hope you'll join us!



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Additional resources:

Online reading, learning, and fun resources
Printable activity pages, story starters and more
Screen-free things to do at home
Resources about COVID-19 - books for children, journal pages, tips for talking with your child

Projects:

Share a Smile - Share artwork and letters with Meals on Wheels recipients.
Share Your Story - Share your experiences and daily life during this pandemic.
Poetry Month - Write a poem to add to our Poetree.

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