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January 21st, 2011

Last night  was the first of two extra-special Halloween story times!  Dewey and I (Miss Liz) celebrated with ballerinas, chickens, superstars, dragons, and even the Little Mermaid!  We read about  1 very brave and 9 not so brave trick-or-treaters, how to

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January 21st, 2011

Hey there library friends!  Another week, another bunch of story time fun to share with you!  This week it was all about our furry canine friends - dogs!   We counted them off on our fingers, sang about their flippity floppity ears and wig-wag tails, and even found out that dogs can indeed do ballet.  Our books this week included Maggie's Ball by  Lindsay Barrett George,

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January 21st, 2011

Hey there library friends!  On Tuesday evening, we held our final session of our Baby Stay and Play story time series!  Once again, the evening included lots of rhyming and singing, and of course, books!  We read Guess How Much I Love You by Sam McBratney and Peek a Pooh!, where we had to help Christopher Robin find Winnie the Pooh for his su

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January 21st, 2011

Hello library friends!  We had another Monday full of stories, songs and rhymes with our friend Dewey here in the Children's Room!  This week, we read all about hunting for nuts, the best way to gather acorns and then forget where you hid those acorns, and even how to rescue your little brother from the mighty autumn wind!  We sang about leaves that change their color and even played a guessing game with fall-related things like a rake, pumpkin, and a squirrell!  After our story time, we made fall streamers with crepe paper and cut-outs of apples, leaves, and pumpkins to hang around the hou

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January 21st, 2011

Tonight was the second session of baby stay and play here in the Children's Room!  Babies from birth to 24 months and their caregivers joined me, Miss Liz, in the story room for rhymes, songs, and stories!  We got to sing about swimming fishies, the cat and the fiddle in our Mother Goose rhyme, we picked some apples from the apple tree and got to practice lots of clapping!  Our books of the evening included Daisy's Hide and Seek by Jane Simmons and Who Swims?

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