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Registration to Begin at the Wakarusa Public Library

by Shondra Brown on July 31, 2015

Registration will begin on Monday, August 10 for our Fall Story Hour programs at the Wakarusa Public Library.  Beginning Story Hour is a time for young children, ages 18-36 months old, and their parents/caregivers to learn songs and rhymes that can then be shared at home.  Sessions take place on Wednesday mornings, and children must be accompanied by an adult.   PreK children, ages 3 – 5 years old may sign up for Story Hour, a program independent of their parents/caregivers.  Each class is a mixture of songs, rhymes, group activities, and crafts with an emphasis on the sharing of books.  Story Hour classes take place on Monday or Tuesday mornings, and registration is required.

“Beauty and the Beast” is currently running on our Dial A Story Line at 862-4441.  Callers will hear the enchanting story about a lass who finds that what’s on the inside matters the most.

New Children’s Books

“A Handful of Stars” by Cynthia Lord

“Public School Superhero” by James Patterson

“Saving Mr. Terupt” by Robert W. Buyea

“Semi Charming Kind of Life” by Suzanne Selfors

“Summer Showers” by Kate Hannigan

“Super Fly: the World’s Smallest Superhero!” by Todd H. Doodler

“Tales From a Not-So-Dorky Drama Queen” by Rachel Renee Russell



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