I know many of you are missing the Storytimes here at the library, but some great resources can be found online right now. One such resource is Audible. As long as schools are closed, Audible Stories will have content available to stream on your desktop, laptop, phone, or tablet. Go to https://stories.audible.com/start-listen I will post more resources over the next few days. Keep an eye on our Facebook page for links to Live Storytimes. Be well, stay safe, and wash your hands.
Happy September! I wanted to draw your attention to some of our fantastic youth programs happening this fall! Our storytime schedule starts the week of September 9th. On Mondays, from 10am - 11am, we are offering a "Toddler Dance Party" with Ms. Rachel, from AB2. This is a new program for us and offers young learners and opportunity to use movement to strengthen brain development and motor skills. Ms. Rachel offers toddlers an opportunity to move their bodies, to learn musical and movement concepts and to do an obstacle course with sensory stimulation. On Fridays from 10:15am - 11:15am, Ms. Sally will be
As your new Youth Librarian, I'd like to say thank you to everyone for your warm welcome. I have always loved the Stowe community and am looking forward to getting to know you all as the year progresses. I couldn't think of a better way for you to get to know more about me than for me to recommend to you a few of my favorite books! Picture Books Children Make Terrible Pets by Peter Brown All Lucy Bear wants is a pet. Then, one day, she finds an ADORABLE little boy who she thinks will make the perfect pet. She names him Squeaker
Join us on Tuesday, August 27th from 3 - 4pm for our Makerspace Kick-Off Party! One of the exciting new additions to our afterschool program this fall is our Makerspace Academy (Tuesdays 3 - 4pm) and Open Makerspace (Thursdays 3 -4pm). Our Makerspace Academy will teach students in grades K-12 how to use our makerspace technology and our Open Makerspace will allow students free time to invent and create with that technology. If you are a parent, you might be asking "Wait, Ms. Molly, what exactly is a makerspace?" A makerspace provides children with a creative, hands-on opportunity to design, experiment and invent
Join Ms. Molly on August 27th from 5:30 to 6:30pm for a kick off party for our 2019 - 2020 Dorothy Canfield Fisher (DCF) Book Club The Dorothy Canfield Fisher Book Award is Vermont's Kids' Choice book award for students in grades 4 - 8. In order to vote, students are asked to read (or listen to) at least 5 titles (from a 30 title) list during the summer and 2019-2020 school year. Voting begins in April. Our DCF Book Club is open to kids in grades 4-8. We will meet monthly on Tuesdays and have a chance to discuss that month's
I am a voracious reader. You have to read to survive. People who read for pleasure are wasting their time. Reading isn't fun; it's indispensable. Woody Allen