Your library is your best resource for raising a reader.
Parenthood can be filled with uncertainties. How do you know you’re raising a happy, healthy and fulfilled human being? The answer isn’t always so clear. One thing is certain: Encouraging your child to read is always the right thing to do at all stages of their development. The library has the tools to help you raise a reader.
Begin reading Mary Pope Osborne’s Pirates Past Noon. Then create your own pirate hat and eye patch.
Discover some of the coolest mythical creatures and make a fire-breathing dragon!
Listen to Dragons Eat Noodles on Tuesdays. Should stories include dragons? And what could go wrong if they do?
Chill out with your preschooler and listen to an Eric Litwin favorite, Groovy Joe: Ice Cream and Dinosaurs.