This is a passive, individual program that parents can sign up for any time before a child enters Kindergarten. The goal is to read 1000 books together before your child starts Kindergarten. We have lots of information and even some incentives along the way. You do need to sign up to participate and be eligible for prizes. Stop by and talk to Monica if you have any questions or would like more information.
We offer a comprehensive reading program at the library that encourages individual reading, family reading, and also includes all sorts of activities and fun both kids and adults. This program is a blast and can be enjoyed at whatever level you wish to participate. Click here for more information.
Whether you want a librarian to come visit you or to bring in a class of any level, the library can make it happen. We will work with teachers and schools to help you meet your needs and encourage media literacy and a love of reading in all students.
The library does offer tours to scouting groups, classroom field trips, homeschool groups and most other small groups. If you are interested, talk to Monica about the type of tour that you might be interested in and schedule a time to come in and get a chance to see the inner workings of the library. This is appropriate for preschool-age and up.
Wondering about new and interesting titles? Not sure what to read next? Ask a librarian to visit and talk about some possible new titles that kids might want to be reading. Contact Monica with any questions or to schedule a visit.
We love to work with schools and other community partners. If you have any interest in having the library come out and engage you in something new, let us know. We have done presentations on early literacy, reading with kids, getting reluctant readers excited about reading and more. We have worked with parenting groups, education groups, teachers and others. Talk to Monica for more information.
The library can answer any of your early literacy questions from “What do I read next?” to “How do I get my child interested in reading?” to “What else can I do to prepare my child for school.” We can do presentations or simply sit down and talk with parents about thoughts and/or concerns.