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Notes from Storytime

Too Tall Houses by Gianna Marino

Too Tall HousesIn this story, Rabbit and Owl have a problem. Let’s find out what the problem is and if they are able to solve it.

Children enjoy talking about what they have read. It is a good way to engage them in conversation and for them to remember the story they have read. Ask your child questions before, during, and after reading. The ability to retell a story is an important skill to learn before going to school.

–Tip by Erin E., Youth Programming Coordinator

Staff Picks 4 Kids

Sneaky Art: Crafty Surprises to Hide in Plain Sight by Marthe Jocelyn

Cover image for Sneaky art : crafty surprises to hide in plain sightThis is a cute craft book with ideas of art you can leave in different places to make life a little more interesting. For instance, you can make a little cork sail boat to leave in a public fountain or sink. Spruce up a chair by putting baby socks on the feet of the chair or a winter glove on a doorknob.

Book reviewed by Barb M., Youth Outreach and Programming Assistant

Book Klub 4 Kids

LIttle House on the Prairie by Laura Ingalls WIlder

Cover image for Little house on the prairiei am reading little house on the praire. it is a great book. i am not telling you about the end or any part of it. you should check it out and read it.

Book read and reviewed by Ranya.

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