Kids

Curtains Up Children's DVDs

Caillou [videodisc]: Caillou the creative by Cinar Productions

Dora the explorer [videodisc]: Dance to the rescue by directed by Ray Pointer ; written by Eric Weiner

Angelina Ballerina. Love to dance [videodisc]

The Wiggles [videodisc]: You make me feel like dancing: Learn to move to the music! by The Wiggles Touring Pty. Limited

Arthur's music jamboree [videodisc] by produced by Cassandra Schafhausen ; written by Peter K. Hirsch ; directed by Greg Bailey

Dance to the music [videodisc]

Curtains Up Children's Non-Fiction Books

Kids make music!: clapping & tapping from Bach to rock by Avery Hart and Paul Mantell ; illustrated by Loretta Trezzo Braren

M is for melody: a music alphabet by written by Kathy-jo Wargin and illustrated by Katherine Larson

Linnea in Monet's garden by text, Christina Bjork ; drawings, Lena Anderson

The twelve dancing princesses by a fairy tale by Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm ; translated from the German by Anthea Bell ; illustrated by Dorothée Duntze

Cool painting: the art of creativity for kids by Anders Hanson

Curtains Up Children's Readers & Fiction Books

Elephants cannot dance! by Mo Willems

Dancing with the star by Alex Harvey ; illustrated by Stephen Reed

Practice makes perfect by text and jacket art by Rosemary Wells ; interior illustrations by Jody Wheeler

The smile by Donna Jo Napoli

Leonardo's shadow: or, My astonishing life as Leonardo da Vinci's servant by Christopher Grey

Chasing Vermeer by Blue Balliett ; with artwork by Brett Helquist

Curtains Up Children's Picture Books

You can't take a balloon into the Museum of Fine Arts by story by Jacqueline Preiss Weitzman ; pictures by Robin Preiss Glasser

Giraffes can't dance by Giles Andreae ; illustrated by Guy Parker-Rees

Dancing in the wings by Debbie Allen ; pictures by Kadir Nelson

The barn dance by Pat Hutchins

Mr. Panda's painting by written and illustrated by Anne Rockwell

Geeky Non-Fiction for Kids

The Children's Library has lots of nonfiction on your favorite geeky subjects. Here are some fun ones to help you geek out.

The dangerous book for boys by Conn Iggulden, Hal Iggulden

Star Wars head to head by Pablo Hidalgo

Lego Star wars: character encyclopedia by written by Hannah Dolan with Elizabeth Dowsett, Shari Last, and Victoria Taylor

The Lego ideas book: unlock your imagination by author, Daniel Lipkowitz

Crazy concoctions: a mad scientist's guide to messy mixtures by Jordan D. Brown; illustrated by Anthony Owsley

Chow Down Chapter Books

Check out some of these foodie chapter books to earn your Chow Down badge.

Madeline the cookie fairy by Daisy Meadows

Icing on the cake by Sheryl Berk and Carrie Berk

My chocolate year by Charlotte Herman ; [illustrations by LeUyen Pham]

Katie and the cupcake cure by Coco Simon

The Dancing Pancake by Eileen Spinelli ; illustrated by Joanne Lew-Vriethoff

CPL Loves Comic Books...Do You?

We love comic books so much, we couldn't have them in just one place. In the Children's Library our collection includes classics such as Archie, Scooby-Doo, where are you? and Sonic the Hedgehog. In the Teen Room titles include Doctor Who, Hulk and Superman. Whether you already love comics, or think you would love trying one, read a comic to earn your Love It badge.

Where Do You Love to Read?

Do you love to read so much that you will read almost anywhere? Where are you reading this summer? On the golf course? In a tent? On a boat? On vacation in some exotic locale? Or in your own tree fort? When you claim your Love It badge, upload a picture of you (or your family) reading. Not only will you earn your Love It badge, you will be entered in a random drawing for a prize! 

Green Thumb Flower Matching June 23 to 29, 2013

Have you earned your Green Thumb Badge yet? No? Good! Come to the library anytime during the week of June 23 to 29, 2013 and earn your badge by entering our Name the State Flower contest. Entry forms and state flower pictures will be at the Children's Reference Desk and one lucky winner will be drawn from the correct answers. Good luck and see you soon!

Read a TumbleBook

Read a story in a new way. Tumblebooks is an online database that contains hundreds of well loved children's books told in an animated, interactive format. Many contain games, quizzes or other activities at the conclusion of the story. You can access it from your home computer or iPad or here in the library. If you are reading here in the library don't forget to bring your headphones so you'll be able to listen to the story.

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