This piece in the Washington Post really resonated with me (click on the link below). We are part of a community and being isolated, as we are, has really been difficult. Look forward to the day when things get back to how they used to be. A roomful of children, books and songs, laughter and smiles. We will get to the other side eventually.
I didn’t realize I could post direct links to videos posted on Facebook. So, here are the two recent storytimes I did. Hope you can access them. Miss you all! (If you get “video unavailable” just reload the web page, that seems to fix it)
Pizza Storytime with Mr. Ken on Wednesday, September 2, at 11 a.m. This will be the streaming Storytime on the official library Facebook page for Fulton County Public Library. If you miss it, you can find it later in the feed, or under the “videos” link.
Got some new picture books in, and since you can’t come in and browse them in person, why not reserve them online for curbside pick-up?
I’ll highlight some other genres soon.
Hey, Peachtree Families! On Thursday, August 13, at 11 a.m. there will be a short streaming buggy insect storytime with Mr. Ken on the Fulton County Library Facebook page. Don’t worry though, you’ll find it later if you can’t schedule the 11 o’clock start.
Info about summer reading. If you registered and logged books online last year, your log-in will remain the same. Otherwise follow the instructions on this post. Registration will be active as of May 15th.
Mother’s Day is coming up, and moms always love homemade cards to brighten their day. Here’s an idea of an easy art project you can make at home with supplies you already have! Get someone to help (not Mom), if you need it. Click here for the step-by-step instructions.
Download coloring page here.coffeecuptemplate
New episode of Love, Love Me Do: Storytime for Zero to 2, posted 4/30/20. (Click on the youtube link to see it in larger format, direct link is https://youtu.be/Tc78V4y-6Vk)
Would anyone like to make a fun spring-themed craft with materials you can easily find around the house? Try this cute bird nest project. Great rainy day activity for preschoolers and early elementary! Click on the video play button above or here for the full step-by-step instructions.
The first craft project can be found by clicking here.