Storytimes

Storytimes

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Fall 2018 Storytime Sessions

Session 1: August 20 - September 29
Session 2: October 8 - November 17

All storytimes meet in the Tami Borck Storytime Room in the children’s library. No registration is required and all events are free and open to the public.

Daycares can schedule a separate monthly storytime for their group.

See a complete list of events for kids.

Family Fun Storytime

young girls playing with a shaker at storytime

All ages

Saturdays | 11 AM

Families are encouraged to attend together to sing, dance, and enjoy great stories. An adult must participate with children ages 2 and younger.

Baby Rhyme Time

Infants and young toddlers with an adult caregiver

Mondays | 11 AM

Thursdays | 9:30 AM

Sing nursery rhymes and silly songs with actions for parent and baby, read short books together and play with shakers and music.

Please note: adult caregivers participate with children.

Zoofari Tails Storytime

4th Fridays | 10 AM

Friends from Sunset Zoo will present stories about different animals on one Friday each month.

Please note: There will not be a 3’s & 4’s Storytime on days when we have Zoofari.

1's & 2's Storytime

Ages 18 – 36 months with an adult caregiver

Mondays | 9:30 AM

Tuesdays | 9:30 AM

Wednesdays | 11 AM

Thursdays | 11 AM

This is an active storytime for toddlers. A librarian will read picture books, parents will read short books together with kids, and we’ll have lots of action rhymes and songs so your little wiggleworm can get all the wiggles out!

3's & 4's Storytime

Ages 3+ years

Tuesdays | 11 AM

Fridays | 10 AM

This lively storytime features longer picture books, more complex action songs, and activities with directions to follow. Children may participate independently.

Learning is fun!

Storytime activities are based in neuroscience. By moving their arms and legs across their bodies, exploring rhyming words and songs, following directions, and interacting with books, kids are actually preparing their brains to learn to read. If you would like more early literacy tips, please ask a librarian the next time you visit. We love to talk about learning!

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