Children's Book Week

Congratulations to the Children's Book Week Winners!

The winners have been chosen for the 2015 Children's Book Week drawing. 
• The infant - toddler prize was won by Eliza; at only two weeks old she must be one lucky little girl. What are the chances?

• The Pre-school level prize was won by Henry; He will be sharing his books, and other goodies with his big brother, Robert.

Celebrate Children’s Book Week

Children’s Book Week is the perfect time to enjoy new juvenile and teen literature.  Do an advanced search of the library’s online catalog to limit your search to picture books, or juvenile or young adult materials.  Use the library’s online databases like NoveList or Read the Books to find new books that interest you or a young person that you know, or try Tumblebooks, the database that brings storybooks to life with animation, audio, video, and activities.  Also, don’t forget about our weekly Story Time, Tuesdays at 10:30 for ages 3 to 5, and Wednesdays at 10:30 for infants through age 2.

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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

 

 

Children’s Book Week May 9-15 Featuring Special Activities Each Day for Kids

Children’s Book Week May 9-15 features special activities each day for children.

Monday afternoon May 10th Book Buddies meet at 4:30pm in the Robin Bush Room to discuss books they recently read and enjoyed. All kids 8-12 years are invited.
 

Tuesday afternoon, May 11th is craft day! Children will make Jazzy Utility Jars in the Robin Bush Room at 4:30pm. Children 6-12 years are welcome to come create this exciting craft!
 

Wednesday afternoon May 12th the InterGen Garden Club Meets in the Robin Bush Room at 4:30pm. Join us young and old for an afternoon of gardening in our own library garden.
 

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