Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Bookworm List: Happy Spring!

A few days ago, our display table at the entrance to the department said good-bye to the books of snowmen and winter and hello to spring and Easter ( and might I say that it is now a  very colorful table.)

Here are a few recommend titles-
  • Flowers and Showers: A Spring Counting Book by Rebecca Davis
  • When Will it be Spring? by Catherine Walters
  • When The Root Children Wake Up by Audrey Wood
  • Little Bunny's Easter Surprise by Jeanne Modesitt
  • Max Counts his Chickens-Rosemary Wells
For more, suggested keywords to try-
-Spring-Juvenile Fiction
-Spring-Juvenile Literature
-Easter-Juvenile Fiction
-Rabbits-Juvenile Fiction
-Flowers-Juvenile Fiction

Happy Spring! Keep Reading!

Thursday, March 15, 2012

Upcoming Programs in April

Here are some programs that will will happening next month in the Children's Dept at the Central Library. Please visit  "Library Events"  for more information and to register.

Storytime for 2 and 3 Year Olds- Monday, April 2 and April 16, 10 am-  Audience: 2 and 3 year olds and caregivers.

Mother Goose on the Loose- Tuesday, April 3 and April 17, 10 am- Audience: Infants 6-23 Months and caregiver.

Storytime for 4 and 5 Year Olds-Tuesday April 10 and April 24 at 10 am or 2 pm- Audience: 4 and 5 year old and caregiver

Celebrate National Library Week-Thursday, April 12 at 3:30 pm-Audience: School age children, grades K-5

Earth Day-Tuesday,April 17 at 4 pm-Audience:School-Age, K-5

Gaming Night-Wednesday, April 18 at 6 pm-Audience: Teens ages 12-17

Lego Club-Monday, April 23 at 4 pm-Audience: Grades 2-6

Coming This Summer- Dream Big-Read! ( June-July 2012)

Hope to see you soon!

Thursday, March 8, 2012

did you know...?

we now have TumbleBooks?

What that's? It's electronic picture books! Now you can watch your favorite title in animated, read-along form.
(I have, so much fun).

Check it out!Tumble time!!

Thursday, March 1, 2012

Bookworm List: Happy Pig Day!! Oink! Oink!

Today is National Pig Day. Oink, Oink! This day was started in 1972 by Texas art teacher Ellen Stanley as a way of recognizing the pig as a smart, domesticated animal.

Did you know...

  • Pigs are very clean and they tend to keep their bedding dry and clean.
  • Pigs make funny sounds like grunts and squeals.
  • Domesticated pigs eat ground up corn, soybeans, wheat, and grain sorghum.
  • The skin on pigs is pink, but the hair can be different colors. 
For more pig facts, see

Want to read about pigs today? Here are some recommended titles:

  • Happy Pig Day!-Mo Williems
  • Olivia-Ian Falconer
  • Porky and Bess- Ellen Weiss
  • Little Pink Pup-Johanna Kerby
Oink, Oink. Happy Pig Day and keep reading!!