Join us at the Union Twp. Branch on Tuesday, January 8 at 6:45 p.m. for a night of family fun.
Come IN to the branch to get DOWN with prepositions! Put ON your PJs and come WITH the whole family for a fun night OF stories, crafts and songs.
Sign Up Now! Space is limited, so please reserve your spot by visiting the branch, calling 528-1744, or registering online.
Kids’ books about prepositions.
Celebrate National Library Week April 10-16!
National Library Week is a time to celebrate the contributions of libraries, librarians and library workers in communities nationwide – and the perfect time to Create Your Own Story @ your Library.
In keeping with that theme, we’re inviting you to share your story with us.
Each child (0-12) who visits the library during National Library week will receive a “Story of Me” keepsake paper journal and be entered into a drawing for a mystery prize!
Or leave your FIRST name and the library branch you go to here and you’ll be entered to win that way.
Happy 2011! What better time to read about calendars than the start of a new year?
Sing a Song of Piglets by Eve Bunting. Two energetic piglets romp through the months of the year.
Twelve Hats for Lena by Karen Katz. Lena makes a collection of hats, one for each month, that celebrate the year.
Chicken Soup with Rice by Maurice Sendak. When is iit a good time to have chicken soup with rice? Anytime! From January to December, it’s always a good time to eat chicken soup with rice.
Preschoolers and parents are encouraged to stop by the Union Twp. Branch on December 9 at 11 am for some winter fun! Listen to stories and make a winter craft to chase those winter blahs away.
Register for the program.
Fancy Nancy is going to make cupcakes for a bake sale. But will she follow directions? Read and find out for yourself in her latest ever-posh adventure.
Learn how to make an underwater scope with just a 2 liter bottle and a pair of scissors. Then start checking out what’s in the water.
The ogre who inspired a series of blockbuster movies and a Broadway musical turns 20 this year, and it’s time to celebrate. Author-illustrator William Steig introduced the beloved character in Shrek!, a picture book first published in 1990.
Check out all of the Shrek stuff the library has.
Steig died in 2003 at the age of 95, but his work lives on, and his loveable ogre continues to charm children around the world. Shrek fans can see more of his adventures in the new movie Shrek Forever After, which debuts in theaters on May 21.