Reading wordless picture books with children stimulates their imagination and builds their vocabulary and comprehension skills. Check out this video for some fun wordless book suggestions!
Notes from Story Time Category: Reading
One of the many things I miss about storytime is getting to sing silly Jim Gill songs with all of you. Although we can’t be together with our “spaghetti legs” being”noisy in Boise,” here is a fun book and song we can enjoy virtually. Be sure you stand up, move around, and sing along to the story. You will learn more if you play along with Jim Gill.
Join author Susan Jarmillo as she shares her birthday book and a traditional song from Latin America.
We know you can’t come to the library for storytime, but how about playing your own storytime game at home. Gather all your stuffed animals, siblings, and pets to listen to you read a story. What? You can’t read yet? It doesn’t matter. Make up your own story using the pictures from your favorite book. It’s lots of fun! Enjoy Miss Carol’s storytime for her dog Tasha.
Welcome to Story Cove, a collection of children’s folktales from around the world. Listen to Why Koala Has a Stumpy Tale or read along to The Stolen Smell. To use Story Cove, visit our webpage at https://mppl.org/research/web-resources/ and type in your library card and PIN.