On Thursday, March 12th, local celebrities shared some of the favorite stories with families in the community. We would like to thank Township Supervisor Phil LaJoy, State Represetative Marc Corriveau and Rachael Hunter from WYCD for helping us celebrate March is Reading Month.
"I think so, Brain, but if they called them 'sad meals' no one would buy them." If this quote brings a smile to your face, chances are you grew up watching Pinky and the Brain.
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Program Date & Time: March 12 7:00 - 8:00 PM
This year’s theme is Be Creative @ Your Library. Get inspired to do something imaginative by reading about artists and inventors. Remind your parents they can have some fun, too, since all ages are welcome to join Summer Reading.
Let us know what you’re doing to prepare for Summer Reading by commenting on this post!
Hey kids! Guess What? Today it is only 100 days until Summer Reading! Aren’t you excited? This year the theme is Get Creative @ Your Library—but I can’t tell you any more because that would spoil all the surprises we have planned! All I can tell you is that it will be FUN! And guess what? Today also means it’s only 100 days until summer vacation. Good times. So if it gets cold later next week, just repeat this to yourself “Summer Reading’s Coming! Summer Reading’s Coming!” and the day will be a whole lot sunnier.Bear Hugs!
Talk About Books is a book discussion for 1st and 2nd graders. Register online, then check out a book at the Children's Desk.
Mercy Watson to the Rescue by Kate Dicamillo
If you enjoy dancing, you may enjoy some fun picture books about these little dancers:
Tessa's tip-tapping toes by Carolyn Crimi; illustrated by Marsha Gray Carrington
Dancing class by H.M. Ehrlich; pictures by Laura Rader
Harriet dancing by Ruth Symes; illustrated by Caroline Jayne Church