New in the Children’s Room

The new arrangement of the children’s room

Whew!  We have been busy the past couple of months updating and adding new features to the children’s room for our patrons to enjoy.  Some of the changes include:

  • A new slatwall display area for new books, with another full slatwell display in the works to be installed in the coming months.  
  • Our DVD collection has grown by leaps and bounds with the addition of over 100 new DVD’s that have been purchased and donated, and we have also started an educational DVD collection, with such titles as Bill Nye the Science Guy, Disney Science Imagineering, Eyewitness, and Baby First.  
  • A Spanish Language/ Bilingual collection has also been started for those who already speak Spanish or who are looking to learn the language.
  • The room has been rearranged to be a more open and accessible space for patrons to move through while searching for their favorite books.

Both of our Toddler Time and Playful Preschoolers story time sessions are in full swing, and registration for the next sessions will soon be open.  Story times are scheduled until the end of the school year (June 28th) with drop-in story times continuing through the summer months of July and August.

The new slatwall display for newly purchased children’s books

The first week of July will also kick-off our summer reading program, “One World, Many Stories”, which will run from July 1st through August 17th.  More information on this fun summer program will soon be posted!

One of our story time sessions in the children’s room

Children’s artwork on display

If you haven’t already stopped in to see all the changes taking place, please visit!

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