We have new DVDs in for your viewing pleasure!
Here is a new list of December books from Star Walk kids media! NINE DAYS TO CHRISTMAS (by Marie Hall Ets, illustrated by Aurora Labastida). In this Caldecott Medal winner (1960), the timeless story of Ceci's first Christmas posada party and piñata bring the Mexican “Navidad” celebration and customs to life for all readers. The youngest child will be completely transported by this lovely story. —The Atlantic Grades 1 - 3. HANUKKAH LIGHTS: HOLIDAY POETRY (Selected by Lee Bennett Hopkins, illustrated by Melanie Hall). Share in the joy of Hanukkah . . . light by light, poem by poem. A MOON FOR SEASONS (by Ann Turner,
Come in and see our holiday tree! And we have a special display to go along with our Star Wars themed tree.... A special thanks to a few community members that lent their Star Wars memorabilia to the library and also to Julie and Megan for creating this amazing Darth Vader tree.
Starwalk Kids Media is a subscription service offered by the Stowe Free Library. What is it? It is an ebook website for children featuring both nonfiction and fiction books by well-known children’s authors such as science writer Seymour Simon, Johanna Hurwitz, Caroline Arnold, and David Adler. How do you use it? To access, go to StarWalkKids website and click the "sign in" link at the top right side of the homepage. User Name : stowefreelibrary Password: kidsbooks You can search by author, title, topic, or grade level. You can use your computer, tablet, or other digital devices with internet connections. Kids can read the books
Are you wondering what children’s books to buy for Christmas? Here are a few of Julie’s picks. For more suggestions, stop by the library and we will show you more: Picture Books Once upon an alphabet. Jeffers, Oliver. Philomel The most inventive and irresistible book of the year spans a mere 26 letters (don’t they all!) and 112 pages. From an Astronaut who's afraid of heights, to a Bridge that ends up burned between friends, to a Cup stuck in a cupboard and longing for freedom, Once Upon an Alphabet is a creative tour de force from A through Z. Slyly funny in
What the world of tomorrow will be like is greatly dependent on the power of imagination in those who are learning to read today.Astrid Lindgren