Where: Mount Prospect Public Library at Training Room room 153
For 1st-5th graders with an adult.
Learn how to create your own toys using digital design computer software and a 3-D printer, which makes three-dimensional objects out of plastic. We'll teach you and your parents the software, and then you'll be ready [...]
Repetition helps children remember words and increase their vocabulary. This is an important pre-reading skill. The catchy repetitive phrases in Cows in the Kitchen by June Crebbin make reading aloud this title a fun way to increase your child’s vocabulary.
Old turtle swims into his final wave as the sea creatures he has met throughout his life recall how he touched their lives. For instance, the sea otters remember how he loved to have fun and the dolphins remember his curiosity and bravery. So, even though the old turtle has died, he lives on in the heartfelt memories of his many friends. Beautiful illustrations add to this wonderful, touching story perfect; for a child or even an adult dealing with the loss of a loved one.
Book reviewed by Jamie L., Youth Services Assistant