Parents

 

Did you miss our Hippopotamus Storytime this week? Don't worry, here's what you missed, plus a few more suggestions to have a hippopotastic storytime at home!

 

From Storytime

Hippopotamuses by Kate Riggs

A basic nonfiction introduction to the amazing hippopotamus.

Winter Snow Spree

Join us in celebrating family, snow, and all things winter! A reindeer from Carousel Acres will be visiting with us outside as the Canton Express will be giving train rides around the loop, so please dress for the weather! Then come inside and warm up with some hot chocolate, stories, crafts and more. Enjoy while supplies last.

No registration required and all ages are welcome.

Upcoming sessions

There are no upcoming sessions available.

Here the roar of the mighty children pretending to be lions in storytime today! If you missed our Thursday Lion Storytime, here are some great books we read and some feline suggestions for further reading on your own. Enjoy!

Stories and Songs from Storytime

 

Did you miss our Spooky Storytime this week? Don't worry, here's what you missed, plus a few more suggestions to have a chillingly thrilling storytime at home!

**Note: none of the books come from our Halloween Holiday Collection.

 

From Storytime

Creepy pair of underwear! by Aaron Reynolds

Check out the following picture books that feature Muslim characters. 

Mommy's khimar by Jamilah Thompkins-Bigelow
Saffron ice cream by illustrator Rashin Kheiriyeh

Check out the following children's chapter books and graphic novel that feature Muslim characters.

Amina's voice by Hena Khan
The gauntlet by Karuna Riazi

On this very blustery Thursday morning, our Storytime theme was Kites. How they love to float and soar in the sky.  Beware the kite eating trees, though! Here is what we read today and some other great kite book suggestions. Enjoy!

Stories and Songs from Storytime

These books feature spooky, but not scary, characters and themes to enjoy on a dark and stormy night. (Nefarious laugh optional)

Boogie Bones by Elizabeth Loredo
Bone dog by Eric Rohmann

Fall brings cooler air, leaves changing colors, and back to school.  If you missed our back to school themed storytime, here are some books you can read on your own---not homework, but funwork!

Stories and Songs from Storytime

Songs We Sang--ABC's, Skinnamarink, You Are My Sunshine

 

 

Death and grief can be a challenge to talk about at any age or time. The following titles might help to start those difficult conversations. Simpler books are at the top of the list, but might appeal to a wider audience. Books for older readers are toward the bottom.

For additional suggestions, or for resources specific to any given situation, please ask a Reference Librarian or use our May We Suggest service.

 

Ida, always by Caron Levis
The purple balloon by Christopher Raschka
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