Tuesday and Thursday mornings at 10:30am
Songs, clapping games, and books for infants and toddlers
Drop-in, no RSVP needed
Summer Reading 2017
This summer the Children’s Library is celebrating the 2017 National Summer Reading theme by building Booktropolis: a book city that will be filled with structures that you can decorate yourself. The buildings will be made using old fashioned book pockets.
Come to the library and decorate a building for each book you have read and we will add them all to our Booktropolis along with their titles. Become a master builder!
Summer reading is for everyone, pre-readers, independent readers, tweens, teens and adults. Everyone is welcome to participate! Stop in and pick up a copy of our Summer Reading Sampler a list of great books for children of all ages.
Don’t forget, listening to unabridged audio books is a wonderful way to add to your summer “reading” experience!
Each Thursday in July, the Children’s Library will present a workshop for children designed to foster creative exploration.
Best for children ages 5 and up. Space is limited – REGISTRATION IS A MUST!
Please contact Lindsay at 401-421-6970 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
7/6: Marionette Making
7/20: Shoe Box Architecture
7/27: Paper Mosaics
When we reopen after our August break on the 14th, be sure to stop in and try out our new Costume Corner. Unstructured imaginative play using costumes can enhance a spectrum of developmental skills in children. What better place than a library to provide children with the tools to explore their own magical inner worlds!