August 5, 2018 | strande
Did you miss our Storytime at the Farmers Market this week? Don't worry, here's what you missed, plus a few more suggestions to inspire an beat the heat storytime you can do at home.
A young city girl dances away the summertime blues with her grandfather.
Señor Sasquatch wants to relax beside Mr. Blobule's pool without getting wet, but he is thoroughly splashed by the other guests, who then pitch in to dry his "squizzilefied" fur.
Yetis love snow and all things winter, but sometimes they need a dose of summer as well.
When Nick decides to teach his cats to read, Verne is very much interested, especially in books about mice and fish, but Stevenson wants nothing to do with the project--or does he?.
During a Fourth of July picnic, a group of children display how easy it is to share things, including a pie, a jump rope, and a hug.
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After he passes his swimming test, little Jabari decides he's ready to try jumping off the diving board, but when the big moment arrives, Jabari needs to work up the courage to jump.
Relates a child's activities in the heat of a summer day punctuated by a thunderstorm.
Follows an eager young girl on a trip to the farmers' market with her parents as she contemplates what to buy with the money from her piggy bank.
Two boys explain the occasionally mysterious "rules" they learned over the summer, like never eat the last olive at a party, never ruin a perfect plan, and never give your keys to a stranger.
A pig experiences adversity but in the end enjoys a perfect summer day. The illustrations capture some great moments of misplaced expectations.