Tell Me A Story

Tell Me A Story

Fairy tales, puppet shows, nursery rhymes, and bedtime stories all have the ability to transport our imaginations with the power of storytelling. Listening to stories can increase a child’s vocabulary, help them to have the confidence to read to others, and increase their narrative skills (the ability to retell a story).

The Storytime Team is ready to read and sing and stretch to Head, Shoulders, Knees, and Toes! Storytimes begin on Tuesday, September 19 and can be experienced at each of our branches every week until Thursday, October 26. They are designed for children ages Birth through 5 years old. You can find the storytime team at these times and locations:

September is also National Library Card Sign-up Month, so it’s a great time to get your emerging reader their very own library card! Library cards can help children get excited about choosing their own books to read. Stop by the Circulation Desk at any of our branches to learn more.


Would you like to find books to read aloud to your child or to practice your storytelling skills? Check out some of these books for fun, useful tips:

Help Your Child Love Reading  by David Alison

You Are Your Child’s First Teacher by Rahima Baldwin

Books in Motion  by Julie Dietzel-Glair

Reading Magic: Why Reading Aloud to Our Children Will Change Their Lives Forever  by Mem Fox

Storytimes for Everyone!  by Saroj Nadkarni Ghoting

Show Me a Story: 40 Craft projects and Activities to Spark Children’s Storytelling  by Emily K. Neuburger

Read With Me: Best Books for Preschoolers  by Stephanie Zvirin

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