Moons, Stars, and Aliens, Oh My!

Hello library friends! Well, we've finally come to the end of our fall story time session!  During our last story time, Dewey and I along with all of our story time friends learned that a boy and an alien can help each other out when they're stuck on the moon, that the moon can look deceptively similiar to a bowl of milk, and that it's nice to say goodnight to all the kittens and mittens that live in your bedroom!  After our stories, we made moon and star streamers out of crepe paper to hang up at home!  If you're looking for more moon and star themed stories, check out Sheep Blast Off by Nancy Shaw, Moon Shines Down by Margaret Wise Brown, or Moon Rabbit by Natalie Russell!  I hope you all enjoyed coming to our fall story times - I know Dewey and I had a blast!  Keep an eye out for lots of fun events and parties in the Children's Room in the meantime, and more story times will be starting up in January!  Happy Reading! 

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