Storytimes

The whole family will enjoy our Folklore Storytime, designed to inspire audience participation.  Each week in June and July we will focus on folklore, which encompasses both folktales and fairy tales.  Stories, songs, fingerplays and movement activities foster early literacy skills in young children.

Older kids, long after they can read on their own, receive boosts in listening, comprehension and spoken language skills during Folklore Storytime. Plus, it’s fun! We encourage kids to dress up as their favorite fairy tale or folktale character and we’ll welcome them to this virtual...

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Register online for this program. Registration closes Monday, July 20 at 11:30 am.

Look at the world from a hamster’s point of view. Join co-authors Ann Ingalls and Sue Lowell Gallion to meet Tip and Tucker, the pet classroom hamsters of Mr. Lopez’s class. Play hamster games, learn facts about hamsters, create a craft and – added bonus – explore ideas around teamwork. For ages 5-7.

This program will be hosted using the meeting software Zoom.  A Johnson County Library staff member will contact registrants via the email you registered...

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Please register for this program. Registration closes Wednesday, July 22 at 6:30 pm.

Join Science Tellers for an interactive Storytime experience that uses science experiments to make the story come to life!

Go on a daring journey to release the dragons and save the kingdom from the Evil Ice Sorceress. Don’t miss this fun fantasy adventure featuring awesome dry ice effects.  

This program will be hosted using the meeting software Zoom. A Johnson County Library staff member will contact registrants via the email you registered with the day...

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The whole family will enjoy our Folklore Storytime, designed to inspire audience participation.  Each week in June and July we will focus on folklore, which encompasses both folktales and fairy tales.  Stories, songs, fingerplays and movement activities foster early literacy skills in young children.

Older kids, long after they can read on their own, receive boosts in listening, comprehension and spoken language skills during Folklore Storytime. Plus, it’s fun! We encourage kids to dress up as their favorite fairy tale or folktale character and we’ll welcome them to this virtual...

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