There’s lots to love in the Children’s area at your library.
Have you visited the library since we added our Early Literacy installation? We’ve got a fun tractor in the middle of the children’s area, as well as hands-on learning panels that have been added to the Story Barn.
All these additions to our Children’s area provide opportunities for simple learning activities that help get your child ready to read. And they reinforce five of the best ways for children to develop early literacy skills: Talking, Singing, Reading, Writing, and Playing.
Parents are a child’s first teacher, and the library is the child’s first classroom. So come on in and play! Bring your children, your grandchildren, or your inner-child–they’ll have fun, and learn to love their library.