For Halloween fun that won’t give your kids nightmares, we’ve got you covered. Read on for our librarians’ favorite stories and resources.
Young listeners will giggle with delight as smaller characters play tricks on the big characters. The stories are told with sly irony and everyone wins (and hugs!) in the end, so parents won’t mind that their children are learning to sneaky tactics for competing against bigger, more powerful opponents.
Nothing’s as sweet as reading to the beat! Take a listen to a little ditty called Library Time – a celebration of everything awesome about your library!
Come learn more about local and family history resources at the Educator’s Appreciation Night on Thurs, November 6.
Although he died 15 years ago of a heart attack, Shel Silverstein‘s books are still enjoyed by children and adults today. Known for his willingness to try unusual ideas without concern for social conventions, Silverstein authored 20 books, which are now available in more than 30 different languages. With a quirky sense of humor some […]
Save the date! On October 11 at 10 am, we welcome poet, storyteller, and animal-lover Angela Cervantes, author of Gaby, Lost and Found, to share the obstacles and joys involved in creating a story as well as the heartbreak and hope experienced by her main character, Gaby.