Parents

Easter Films for Kids

Easter is just around the corner. Introduce your children to the holiday with one of the many films we have here in the Children's Library.

Easter [videodisc] by Schlessinger Media — Basic, nonfiction information about the Easter holiday and how families celebrate

Yogi the Easter bear [videodisc] by Hanna-Barbera Cartoons in association with Fil-Cartoons; produced by Davis Doi; directed by Robert Alvarez; teleplay by Jeff Holder — Yogi Bear must give away baskets instead of stealing them in this special.

Winnie the pooh [videodisc]: Springtime with roo — Roo learns about the fun of Spring.

Bugs Bunny's [videodisc]: Easter funnies by Looney Tunes — Looney Tunes shorts with an Easter theme.

Benjamin Bear in Fuzzy Thinking

Benjamin Bear in Fuzzy thinking: a Toon book by Philippe Coudray — is a quick read with early reading level text. This short graphic novel is really great for kids in Kindergarten to Second grade. Each comic is a one page episode in Benjamin Bear's life with his animal friends and is sure to get some giggles out of the reader. Enjoy!

Funny Reads

Looking for a funny and easy read? Try some of the books listed below next time you need a good laugh. They can all be found in the Readers section in the Children's Department. Happy reading!

Splat the cat sings flat by Rob Scotton

Itchy, itchy chicken pox by Grace Maccarone; illustrated by Betsy Lewin

Amelia Bedelia under construction by story by Herman Parish; pictures by Lynn Sweat

Big surprise in the bug tank by Ruth Horowitz; pictures by Joan Holub

Minnie and Moo: the case of the missing jelly donut by Denys Cazet

Storytime Music

Have you been wondering how you can listen to your favorite song from storytime when storytime is over?  Look no further, here is a list of some classic storytime cd's:

Six little ducks [sound recording] by Al Dana... [et al.]

More singable songs [sound recording] by Raffi with Ken Whiteley

Jim Gill sings The sneezing song and other contagious tunes [sound recording] by Gill, Jim

Rhythms on parade [sound recording] by Hap Palmer

Dragon tunes [sound recording]: [from Dragon Tales] by Sesame Workshop/Columbia TriStar Television

Jim Gill sings Do Re Mi on his toe leg knee [sound recording] by Jim Gill

Bailey School Kids and Arthur Chapter Books Series

These two series will soon be found in J Fiction. The Bailey School Kids will be shelved as J Fiction Dadey. Arthur Chapter Books will be shelved as J Fiction Brown. These books will be temporarily unavailable while new labels are made for the spines to reflect the cataloging changes.
Thank you again for your patience and understanding during this Series Collection shift.

Seeing Trees

Seeing trees: discover the extraordinary secrets of everyday trees by Nancy Ross Hugo ; photography by Robert Llewellyn

Trees are all around us, but how often do we really look at them? This book takes a VERY close look and includes stunningly detailed photographs of trees and their constituent parts. Once you've looked through this book, every walk through your neighborhood will be an opportunity to notice these incredible details. Check out the video preview for a sneak peek.

Healthy Teeth, Healthy Me

Healthy Teeth, Healthy Me, designed by Sesame Street, is a fun, educational site with tips and tools to help kids keep their teeth clean and looking great. It's never too early to learn that a healthy mouth leads to an overall healthy body! In addition to printable activity sheets, this website features fun videos, games, and songs all about dental health.

Picture Books about Bedtime

Are you looking for some new books to read at bedtime? Look no further! We have many, many wonderful stories to get those little ones in the sleeping mood.

Jammy dance by Rebecca Janni; pictures by Tracy Dockray

Hide-and-squeak by Heather Vogel Frederick; illustrated by C.F. Payne

Good night, Chickie by Emile Jadoul

Bouncy bouncy bedtime by David Bedford; [illustrations by] Russell Julian

Who's there? by Carole Lexa Schaefer; illustrated by Pierr Morgan

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