- Mondays-Saturdays, 10:30-11:00 AM
- Mondays, 1:30-2:00 PM
- Tuesday and Wednesday, 7:30-8:00 PM
- Mondays, 10:00-10:30AM and 1:00-1:30 PM
- Tuesdays, 7:00-7:30 PM
- Wednesdays, 10:00-10:30 AM and 7:00-7:30 PM
- Thursdays, 10:00-10:30 AM
- Fridays, 10:00-10:30 AM
- Saturdays, 10:00-10:30 AM
Lunch Lady and the league of librarians by Jarrett J. Krosoczka — Do you ever wonder what your school lunch lady does when she isn't serving you food? Is it possible she has a secret identity? Check out this book for a hilarious look at the secret crime fighting deeds of Lunch Lady and her trusty side-kick, Betty. Enjoy!
Get ready for Halloween with some easy-to-read titles. These spook-tacular books are shelved in the Readers section in the Children's Department. A CPL librarian can show you just where to find them. Happy Halloween!
A fairy-tale fall by Apple Jordan; illustrated by Francesco Legramandi
Monster parade: a sticker rerader by Shana Corey; illustrated by Will Terry
Pooh's Halloween pumpkin by Isabel Gaines; illustrated by Josie Yee
A dazzling display of dogs : concrete poems by Betsy Franco ; illustrations by Michael Wertz — Do you love dogs? How about poetry? This book combines both of those fun items. With fun colorful illustrations, you can have fun reading her concrete poems aloud or to yourself. Some of the poem titles include Found at the Pound, Pug Appeal, Emmett's Ode to His Tennis Ball, and The Tail End. Happy reading!
This may even inspire you to read about more talented animals!
Here are some great kids cd's that you can play while you jump into the pile of leaves.
John McCutcheon's four seasons [sound recording]: autumnsongs by McCutcheon, John
Sara Jordan presents celebrate seasons [sound recording] by Sara Jordan; composed by Sara Jordan, Mark Shannon
The arrival of fall also means the arrival of apples! Whether they're baked into a pie, dipped in caramel, pressed into cider, or simply enjoyed plain, apples are always a wonderful autumn treat. Why not read some stories about apples, too? Listed below are some easy books all about this fabulous fruit. You can find them in the Readers section in the Children's Department.
Ten apples up on top! by Theo. leSieg; illustrated by Roy McKie
Big red apple by Tony Johnston; illustrated by Judith Hoffman Corwin
Looking for something that's fun and educational for your preschool children that are getting ready for kindergarten or that are already in kindergarten? Check out these wonderful dvds that allow your children to learn while having fun:
Meet the phonics. Digraphs [videodisc] by Preschool Prep Company
Meet the phonics. Blends [videodisc] by Preschool Prep Company
The 2012 program will run from Memorial Day until Labor Day.
Miss Marianne and Miss Kristel tell stories and sing a song all about clouds, rain, and the Sun.
Kristen's departure opens up a position here at the library and we are currently accepting applications for the Children's, Tween & Teen Services Program Specialist position.
Enjoy some easy-to-read stories to get yourself ready to go back to school. Listed below are some of our newer arrivals. You can read them to yourself, or share with a school buddy. Happy reading!
Katie and the class pet by Fran Manushkin; illustrated by Tammie Lyon
The Smurfs: off to school! by Peyo
Class picture day by written by Margaret McNamara; illustrated by Mike Gordon
Hooray for Amanda & her alligator! by words and pictures by Mo Willems — Who can resist a book by Mo Willems? Not me! Here we find Amanda and her alligator friend, who is not that great at being patient but is tremendously talented at being hilarious and entertaining. The illustrations here are in Willems' trademark deceptively simple style and will draw you in no matter what your age. Don't miss this one!