STORTIMES are B-a-a-ack This week!

Baby PlayGroups and Preschool Storytimes start up this week throughout the Library system. They will run for 7 weeks in a row, or through the end of April.

Toddlers who have been in Baby PlayGroups, and are aging over 2 years old, are invited to join Preschool Storytimes next. Don't worry .... you will find other babies and toddlers (they are "the younger-siblings") and still enjoy the programs too.

Merry Making with Mother Goose!

My friend Mother Goose and her very fine Gander will be entertaining us with her merry and magical tales and rhymes on Tuesday, March 2 at 10:00 am at the Downtown Library. If you have encountered Mother Goose at the Kerrytown Market, where she has delighted hundreds of families over the years, you know you are in for a treat!
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Fifth Avenue Fun!

Poor Conejito! How will he ever get home safely? Little rabbits searching for home, will keep the Tuesday 10 am and Wednesday 11 am storytimes at the Downtown Library hopping next week!

Fifth Avenue Fun!

The cool cats, and those who love them, will be gathering at the Tuesday 10 am and Wednesday 11 am storytimes at the Downtown Library next week. These fun-loving kitties just have to experience life at it’s fullest!

Kid Bits - "Y" is for Yummy


Ms. Rachel did "Yummy" stories for Preschool Storytime this week. Here are more stories to tantalize imaginary taste buds and "Sweeten you up" for Valentines Day:
The Wolf's Chicken Stew by Keiko Kasza.
The Baker's Dozen by Dan Andreasen.
A Perfect Pumpkin Pie by Denys Cazet.
Bunny Cakes by rosemary Wells.
And even some cookbooks to create real "Yumm for your Tum!":
Kids Cook 1-2-3:recipes Real Recipes: new cookbook for preschoolers & up
Pretend Soup And Other Real Recipes
or find something to cook that is just right for YOU from the Online Catalog.

Kitty Bits


I love little kitty her fur is so warm, and if I don’t hurt her she’ll do me no harm. Ms. Rachel did cat & dog stories in Storytime this week at Malletts Creek Branch. Here are some picture books for young kitty lovers and their readers.
Katie Loves The Kittens by John Himmelman
The Cat’s Meow by Warren Kimble
Feathers For Lunch by Lois Ehlert
Kittens First Full Moon by Kevin Henkes
Bad Kitty and Bad Kitty Gets A Bath by Nick Bruel
And you can browse for more cat stories in the web catalog.

Fifth Avenue Fun!

We’ll be honkin’ and hootin’ at the Tuesday 10 am and Wednesday 11 am storytimes at the Downtown Library next week, with funny feathered friends like Owl and Suzy Goose, who sets off to find peace and quiet but is totally unaware of the trouble that lurks behind.

Kid Bits -"I" is for Inuit

The "Letter Box" featured "I" this week .... "I" is for Inupiaq ... and "I" is for Inuksuk ... and "I" is for igloo too.
Ms. Rachel told "A Whale of a Tale" in Preschool Storytime this week when there was not a bit of blubber left in the igloo for the little boy to eat. It is an ageless tall tale from Inupiaq tradition. Other titles that may be of interest would be:
Kumak's Fish and Kumak's House by Michael Bania.
Make Your Own Inuksuk "silent messengers" on the tundra.
Polar Lands.
Over In The Arctic: Where The Cold Winds Blow by Marianne Berkes.

Kid Bits - Mittens

Ms. Rachel is doing mitten stories for Preschool Storytime this week. You can find these books in our collections.
A Hat For Minerva Louise by Janet Stoeke.
The Mitten: A Ukrainian Folktale retold and illustrated by Jan Brett.
The Mitten: An Old Ukrainian Folktale illustrated by Alvin Tresselt.
The Mitten a new version by Jim Aylesworth and Barbara McClintock.
Mountain Of Mittens by Lynn Plourde.

Fifth Avenue Fun!

Both Mouse and Gecko learn how to get along and share in this small world, at the Tuesday 10 am and Wednesday 11 am storytimes at the Downtown Library next week.

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