Thursday, April 3, 2014

What Was Read - Morris Arboretum Story Time - April 1

Story Time at the library was no joke for April 1st! We had a small group meet at WVPL for stories and songs and rhymes about birds! This is the last Morris Arboretum Story Time at a library. We'll be back at Morris Arboretum on April 29 at 10:30 AM.

Curious as to what "Morris Arboretum Story Time" is about? Check out this link for more.

What Was Read

  • Feathers For Lunch by Lois Ehlert.:- JJ EHL
    • The cat is bored of his regular food so when the door is accidentally left open, the cat sneaks out for a feathered treat, only to find that those birds can outsmart him for a few reasons!
  •  Birds by Tracey Crawford. - J 598 CRA (Creature Comparisons series)
    • This is actually a very simple nonfiction book that explains birds to young children.
  •  An Egg is Quiet  by Diana Aston ; illustrated by Sylvia Long. - J 594.4 AST
    • Do you know about eggs? In this special book, readers learn about eggs. A highlight for this one was the chance for children to find the egg in one spread (it isn't as easy as it looks)!
What We Did
  • Sang my favorite opening and closing songs: "If you'd like to hear a story" and "The more we read together."
  • Sang "Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star."
  • Recited: "I saw a little bird go hop, hop, hop..."
  • Recited: "Two Little Black Birds."
I hope you'll join me next time!

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