This past weekend, Girl Scout Troop 7412 celebrated pioneers, prairie adventures, and the life of Laura Ingalls Wilder (Little House on the Prairie) with stories, skits, and hands-on activities. They did a marvelous job, as did their special volunteer storytellers -- RISD librarians!
We received a few more "Beautiful Oops" pictures to add to our bulletin board and they're amazing! We hope you enjoy these beauties as much as we do:
Are you ready for another season of great books and fun crafts? We are! Check the Storytime Guidelines before attending one of the sessions listed below. All storytimes are carefully planned and presented with age-appropriate books and activities for the target group so please attend the program that best fits your child’s developmental stage. Baby … Continue reading Winter Storytimes Begin Monday, 1/22
Tuesday, December 5 & Thursday, December 7 @ 6:30-8PM Our sixth Polar Express Extravaganza is a not-to-be missed family event! Travel the Library’s tracks through the story, visit with a special guest from the North Pole, work on a craft or two, enjoy the model train display, and then sip hot cocoa as you treasure … Continue reading FAMILY NIGHT: Polar Express Extravaganza!
Last week we had a "TERRIFIC" time celebrating the story of "SOME PIG" and his "HUMBLE" spider friend, Charlotte with a fun story walk. Visitors had a chance to "spin" their own spider webs, create a "RADIANT" Wilbur, do a "web walk" to music, and visit the Zuckerman Farm to pet bunnies, goats, sheep, chickens, … Continue reading FAMILY NIGHT: Charlotte’s Web Story Walk
Mrs. Miller wrapped up our 2017 summer storytimes for preschoolers with books about "Peace". It was a good ending to this summer's theme, "Build a Better World". These books are also appropriate for September 21st -- International Peace Day! Books shared: