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Let it Snow!

Today’s weather calls for some fun snow-themed indoor activities.  Follow the directions in the videos below to create two very different but equally amazing types of snow! 11 more words

Early Elementary

Reach for the Stars

Hello Nebulon by Ray O’Ryan
In Hello, Nebulon!, Zack makes the big move from Earth. He is already nervous about starting school and making new friends, but it only gets worse when he dreams that his classmates are slimy aliens with tentacles, pizza comes covered in gross bugs, and he can never communicate with his Earth friends again! 453 more words

Early Elementary

Play Date Theater: Holiday Sing-Along

Get into the holiday spirit on December 20 at 2 pm in Central Library’s Auditorium!

Kathy Schottel plays guitar, dulcimer, and banjo and Glenn “Papa” Wright plays marimbas as the duo presents their wacky version of a holiday concert. 24 more words

Early Elementary

Warm up by the fire with some cold winter reads

Although it already feels like it, the first day of winter isn’t until December 21st. That gives you plenty of time to pick up these titles from your neighborhood branch. 554 more words

Early Elementary

The Amazing Christmas Extravaganza, by David Shannon

The Amazing Christmas Extravaganza, by David Shannon (1995)

As more and more lights go up around town, this ninth review is for a book that showcases a truly astounding display! 969 more words

Children's Book Review

The Very Fairy Princess: A Fairy Merry Christmas and Sparkles in the Snow, by Julie Andrews and Emma Walton Hamilton, illustrated by Christine Davenier

This eighth review is a two-for-one special!

The Very Fairy Princess: A Fairy Merry Christmas, by Julie Andrews & Emma Watson Hamilton, illustrated by Christine Davenier (2012) 934 more words

Children's Book Review

Listen to the Silent Night, by Dandi Daley Mackall, paintings by Steve Johnson & Lou Fancher

Listen to the Silent Night, by Dandi Daley Mackall, paintings by Steve Johnson & Lou Fancher (2011)

For this seventh review, I’ve chosen a book that puts a focus on the sounds of the first Christmas…and it wouldn’t have been all that silent! 429 more words

Children's Book Review