Monday November 15

Grades 3 and 4:

5:00-5:45PM

Grades 5 and 6:

 6:00-7:00PM

Children's Library

Free; Registration Required

Register Grades 3-4:

Register Grades 5-6:

Bring in your favorite supernatural or horror book--graphic or narrative--to share. We will plan what genre to explore for our January meetup as it is different each month! This is an in-person program in the Children's Library.

COVID PRECAUTIONS:

All attendees must wear a mask.

 

Monday November 15

Grades 3 and 4:

5:00-5:45PM

Grades 5 and 6:

 6:00-7:00PM

Children's Library

Free; Registration Required

Register Grades 3-4:

Register Grades 5-6:

Bring in your favorite supernatural or horror book--graphic or narrative--to share. We will plan what genre to explore for our January meetup as it is different each month! This is an in-person program in the Children's Library.

COVID PRECAUTIONS:

All attendees must wear a mask.

 

UPDATE: THIS EVENT HAS BEEN RESCHEDULED FROM SEPTEMBER 10. IT IS NOW REMOTE ONLY.

Family Book Discussion with author Nora Baskin

Children in Grades 4-8 and their adult

In recognition of the 20th Anniversary of the terrorist attacks, author Nora Baskin will host a discussion that includes her book, Nine, Ten: A September 11 Story, and a note of hope.

This will be a remote-only discussion.  Nora will also incorporate a hands-on writing activity that may help family members process historic and disruptive events. Each registered family can come to the Library's Children's Desk and pick up a copy of the book.

Register:

Nora Raleigh Baskin is the ALA Schneider Family Book-award winning author of Anything but Typical. She was chosen as a Publishers Weekly Flying Start for her novel What Every Girl (Except Me) Knows. She has since written a number of novels for middle graders and teens, including The Truth About My Bat Mitzvah, The Summer Before Boys, and Ruby on the Outside. Nora lives with her family in Connecticut. Visit NoraBaskin.com.

Please visit our Understanding September 11, 2001 guide to find books and resources on helping children understand this event.

 

Songs, fingerplays, bouncing, lifting and a book!  Designed for pre-walking babies and their adult.

Siblings welcome. Socially distance by staying on your own blanket.

Songs, fingerplays, bouncing, lifting and a book!  Designed for pre-walking babies and their adult.

Siblings welcome. Socially distance by staying on your own blanket.

Songs, fingerplays, bouncing, lifting and a book!  Designed for pre-walking babies and their adult.

Siblings welcome. Socially distance by staying on your own blanket.

Songs, fingerplays, bouncing, lifting and a book!  Designed for pre-walking babies and their adult.

Siblings welcome. Socially distance by staying on your own blanket.

Songs, fingerplays, bouncing, lifting and a book!  Designed for pre-walking babies and their adult.

Siblings welcome. Socially distance by staying on your own blanket.

Songs, fingerplays, bouncing, lifting and a book!  Designed for pre-walking babies and their adult.

Siblings welcome. Socially distance by staying on your own blanket.

Songs, fingerplays, bouncing, lifting and a book!  Designed for pre-walking babies and their adult.

Siblings welcome. Socially distance by staying on your own blanket.

Join us with your child for this 3-part series to learn activities you can use in your daily life to enhance your child's readiness to learn how to read. You might already be doing some of these, and not realize their importance!

Each session will include different skills such as sounds of letters and words, rhyming and segmentation, ways to improve vocabulary and how books work.

Program will be from 7 - 7:30 pm on June 1, 8 & 15.

This program was developed in conjunction with Smart Kids with Learning Disabilities, Inc. which will be providing materials to attending families to support the activities.

Register here to obtain the zoom link.

Join us with your child for this 3-part series to learn activities you can use in your daily life to enhance your child's readiness to learn how to read. You might already be doing some of these, and not realize their importance!

Each session will include different skills such as sounds of letters and words, rhyming and segmentation, ways to improve vocabulary and how books work.

Program will be from 7 - 7:30 pm on June 1, 8 & 15.

This program was developed in conjunction with Smart Kids with Learning Disabilities, Inc. which will be providing materials to attending families to support the activities.

Register here to obtain the zoom link.

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