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What’s Going on for Kids – December 2021

Hi, everyone! Have you seen any foxes around? What about other winter animals? Canadian geese? cardinals? While you are enjoying the wintry weather, here’s what’s going on for winter break. Winter Reading Challenge – Reading is SNOW much fun! Stop by any time to sign up for our reading program – we’ll put a snowflake on […]

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Science Sunday – the Polar World

Science Sunday: The Polar World The North Pole is located at the top of the Earth. The Arctic area consists of the Arctic Ocean and parts of Canada, Russia, the United States, Greenland, Norway, Finland, Sweden, and Iceland. Temperatures as low as -70 degrees Celsius have been recorded in Northern Greenland. Arctic ice contains approximately […]

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DIY Storytime – Underpants

Enjoy this DIY Storytime on the theme of Underpants whenever is convenient for your family. BOOKS: Underwear • Written and illustrated by Jennifer Harney • Published by Little Brown Books for Young Readers • Presented by Simicrane A cute rhyming story about a young bear who has some creative ideas for wearing underwear. https://video.link/w/z0LNc Everyone […]

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DIY Storytime – Ninjas

Enjoy this DIY Storytime on the theme of Ninjas whenever is convenient for your family. BOOKS: Ninja Red Riding Hood • Written by Corey Rosen Schwartz • Illustrated by Dan Santat • Published by G.P. Putnam’s Sons • Presented by Mr. Paulson Reads A wolf trains to be a ninja in order to catch his […]

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Science Sunday – Food Science

Food Science – Floating and Sinking (Density & Buoyancy) Molecules are groups of atoms that are bonded together. Density relates to how tightly or loosely packed an object’s molecules are. Materials with more density weigh more. For example, jelly beans have more mass than marshmallows because marshmallows contain a great deal of air. So a […]

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The Children’s Department is closed November 10, 12 (Library closed Veteran’s Day 11/11)

We’re so excited to have some of the furniture and bookshelves for the Children’s Department renovation arrive this week! Furniture will be installed November 10 and 12, so the Children’s Department will be closed those days for everyone’s safety – other departments remain open. Also remember the Library will be closed November 11 for Veteran’s […]

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DIY Storytime – Turkeys

Enjoy this Do-It-Yourself Storytime on the theme of TURKEYS whenever is convenient for your family. BOOKS The Silly Turkey Party • Written by Steve Metzger • Illustrated by Jim Paillot • Published by Scholastic • Presented by Amazing Read Alouds for Kids The turkeys want to have a quiet Thanksgiving dinner, but the other barnyard […]

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