Spring Storytimes will begin Tuesday, April 10 and will end Thursday, May 17.
Click here to view our Spring Program Guide
Storytime information is located on page 10!
No registration is required.
Groups may contact Youth Services at any Mishawaka-Penn-Harris Library location to inquire about special accommodations.
Check out our storytimes and enjoy a variety of classic and newer stories, rhymes, fingerplays, music, and hands-on activities.
The weekly topics* and spotlight books for each class are listed below.
April 10 - 12: Spring
Spotlight Book: Mouse's First Spring by Lauren Thompson
April 17 - 19: Rainy Day
Spotlight Book: Splish, Splash, Ducky! by Lucy Cousins
April 24 - 26: Big and Little
Spotlight Book: Big Bug by Henry Cole
May 1 - 3: Stars
Spotlight Book: Moonlight by Helen V. Griffith
May 8 - 10: Flowers
Spotlight Book: What Does Bunny See? by Linda Sue Park
May 15 - 17: Colors / Rainbows
Spotlight Book: Yellow is My Color Star by Judy Horacek
April 10 - 12: Down on the Farm
Spotlight Book: Old McDonald: A Pop-Up Book
April 17 - 19: Zoos
Spotlight Book: The View at the Zoo by Kathleen Long Bostrom
April 24 - 26: Quack Quack!
Spotlight Book: Early Bird by Toni Yuly
May 1 - 3: Muddy Puddles
Spotlight Book: Mud by Mary Lyn Ray
May 8 - 10: Dinosaurs
Spotlight Book: Dinosaur Roar! by Paul Stickland
May 15 - 17: Butterflies
Spotlight Book: The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle
During the Spring Storytime session, our Preschool group will be celebrating a different author each week. Check below to discover which authors we'll talk about and which of their books we'll be sure to share with you!
April 10 - 12: - Jen Alborough
Spotlight Book: Where's My Teddy Bear?
April 17 - 19: Duncan Beedie
Spotlight Book: The Lumberjack's Beard
April 24 - 26: Carin Berger
Spotlight Book: Forever Friends
May 1 - 3: - Eric Carle
Spotlight Book: The Mixed-up Chameleon
May 8 - 10: Lois Ehlert
Spotlight Book: Rain Fish
May 15 - 17: Jennifer Sattler
Spotlight Book: Chick 'n' Pug
* Topics are subject to change