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Storytime Programs this Week

Monday Night is Family Storytime @ 7pm

Tonight, we are celebrating Children's Book Week.  I will be sharing a few of my favorite picture books, and children will have the opportunity to make a pocket concept book. 

This year's Children's Book Week Poster was created by, author and illustrator, Peter Brown

The library system has several books available that have been written by Peter Brown  - HCPL Catalog

 

 

Pokemon Club is this Week

 

 

Children ages 7 to 10 years old are invited to join our Pokemon Club. This meeting will be a great opportunity to meet other players and share ideas. Please make sure to bring your Nintendo DS, games, trading cards, and anything else you would like to share and discuss.

Thursday, April 28th @ 4:00 pm
 

Twilight Tales, April 25th @ 7pm

Mother's day is held on May 8th. Do you have a gift yet?

During this evening's storytime, children will have an opportunity to create a picture frame for that special someone. Children under the age of two years old will be provided an alternative craft. Supplies are limited.   

Next week, we will be celebrating Children's Book Week.

 

April Showers Bring May Flowers

Children love to get their hands dirty and April is a perfect month to start a garden. After a long day in the sun I like to relax by sitting down in my favorite chair and read a few books.  Below are the books I picked this week to celebrate Spring. Enjoy.

Non-fiction

Mary Dodson Wade. Flowers bloom!

Happy Birthday Katie DiCamillo

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Versatile, award-winning American author Kate DiCamillo writes well-crafted, often multilayered realistic fiction and fantasy stories for children. With both beautiful language and characters full of personality, her books are infused with a sweet tone and threads of humor; while not shying away from substantive themes. However, no matter what the story, DiCamillo weaves gentle humor throughout. 

Learning about the Library

Children visiting the Atascocita Branch Library received a tour of the library today.  Ms Susan also read one of our favorite picture books, "Bark George," by Jules Feiffer.

 

 

Do You Know what's for Dinner?

It’s hard enough trying to find food that the entire family will enjoy, but with the increased cost groceries, getting what you need at the store is a lot harder.  Luckily, your family doesn’t have to live off of frozen foods or “boxed” meals, because the right cookbook can help whip that food budget back into shape.   Below are a few of my recommendations for busy parents that want to serve real food to their family. 

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