Jim Gill, master of all things fun and silly, has a new album.
Jim Gill presents music play for folks of all stripes [sound recording] by Gill, Jim — If you love bananas or pizza, this album has songs for you. If you love Mozart or friends, look no further. Jim Gill has created another great dancing, clapping, silly songs album for everyone young and old. You can find other Jim Gill albums in the Children's Department, too. Happy listening!
Circles, squares, diamonds or rectangles, we have books that show all the angles. Triangles, ovals, octagons too, these books will teach them all to you!
All sorts of shapes by written by Hannah Reidy; illustrated by Emma Dodd; reading consultant, Susan Kesselring
Bear in a square by written by Stella Blackstone; illustrated by Debbie Harter
Circle dogs by Kevin Henkes; illustrated by Dan Yaccarino
- Mondays, 10:00-10:30 AM 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
In response to parent suggestions, our board book collection has moved. If you're searching for a sturdy book just right for your exploring young child, look no further. The board books now live outside of the Purple Room. Great for those in Baby Storytime!
The boy in the suitcase by Lene Kaaberbol and Agnete Friis; translated from the Danish by Lene Kaaberbol
Dreams of joy: a novel by Lisa See
Faith: a novel by Jennifer Haigh
The fatal touch: a Commissario Alec Blume novel by Conor Fitzgerald
Frosty the Snowman is a classic winter song. But did you know there were so many different versions? Check out some of these great songs, and learn a new snowman song too!
Sing along! [sound recording] by Caspar Babypants
Christmas with the Chipmunks [sound recording] by Alvin, Simon & Theodore with David Seville
Enjoy some of these fun and festive Thanksgiving songs for kids:
Thanksgiving songs that tickle your funny bone [sound recording] by Roberts, Piller & Katz
At home and abroad [sound recording] by Focus on the Family
Whaddaya think of that? [sound recording] by Laurie Berkner
Ten little caterpillars by Bill Martin Jr. ; illustrated by Lois Ehlert — Bill Martin, Jr's posthumous work, originally published in 1967, brings to life the adventures of 10 caterpillars as they visit flower gardens, vegetable patches, and apple orchards, all before transforming into beautiful butterflies. This rhyming text is fun for all ages, and the beautiful artwork of Lois Ehlert is spectacular.
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
Taking a road trip with the family this summer? Need some tunes to entertain the little ones? Here are some great CDs for the car ride this summer:
Car songs: songs to sing anywhere by Dennis Buck
Here comes science by They Might Be Giants
City kid! by Joanie Leeds
Kidz bop 19 by Kidz Bop Kids
Hey Kids! Are you looking for some new songs to enjoy in the car? Or some great CDs along with which to sing? Then check out some of the new music we have at the library. There's a new CD by the Wiggles and some great Broadway music too!
Wiggles, the: ukulele baby by Wiggles
Spring into action this weekend with the Bunny Hop. Don't know what the Bunny Hop is? Check out some of these fun cd's and put on your dancing paws, I mean shoes.
Animal groove [sound recording] words & music by James Coffey
Since 1967, on or around Hans Christian Andersen's birthday, April 2, International Children's Book Day (ICBD) is celebrated to inspire a love of reading and to call attention to children's books. This years theme, The Book Remembers, comes from Estonia. ICBD promotes the idea that children's books can help children learn about people from other countries, learn to appreciate and respect other cultures, and learn to get along with others. Here are some of the great books available to help you celebrate the day:
Ten little fingers and ten little toes by Mem Fox; illustrations by Helen Oxenbury