Jump on over to the library this week for storytime. Ms Susan will be reading books about frogs and there will also be an opportunity for children to make a really cute craft. Please be aware that space is limited.
Toddler Storytime is on Wednesdays at 10 am and 1:30 pm.
Pre-School Storytime is on Thursdays at 10 am.
Below are a few picture books that you can checkout to expand your child's experience.
Hop Jump Ellen Stoll Walsh
Bored with just hopping and jumping, a frog discovers dancing.
Leap Back Home To Me Lauren Thompson
A little frog's first leap out into the world is a big, scary thing. But luckily, mama is always there to catch him when he comes home. As the leaps get bigger, frog gets braver, -and before he knows it, he's soaring out to the moon and beyond! This loveable little frog will hurdle his way into your heart. Come leap along, and see what it's like to shoot for the stars, and always have a landing pad ready to catch you.
Little Quack's New Friend Lauren Thompson
When a frog invites five ducklings to play, four refuse because he is too little and green, but Little Quack has so much fun with his new friend that the other ducklings soon join in.
Baby Bird's First Nest Frank Asch.
In the middle of the night, Baby Bird rolls over and falls out of her warm, cozy nest. Sleeping Mama Bird is too far away to hear her baby's cries for help. And poor Baby Bird's wings are not yet strong enough to fly. What is she to do? Then Baby Bird meets Little Frog. And with a bit of help from her new friend, Baby Bird discovers she can do more than she ever imagined.
Stick Steve Breen.
An independent young frog goes on a wild adventure when he accidentally gets carried away by a dragonfly. Author/illustrator Steve Breen is a Pulitzer Prize, winning editorial cartoonist and the creator of the comic strip Grand Avenue. Stick, his picture-book debut (2007), is rambunctious, silly, and couldn’t be more endearing.
A Frog In The Bog  Karma Wilson
There's a small, hungry frog sitting on the log in the middle of the bog. He flicks ONE tick off of a stick. He sees TWO fleas in the reeds. He spies THREE flies buzzing in the skies. The frog is feeling pretty fine, but then... the log in the middle of the bog starts to rise.... What a surprise!