Posted by: whimsicallibrarians | November 13, 2007

The babies have arrived!

Every Tuesday I have the pleasure of “playing” with 32 of our youngest patrons. Nursery Rhyme Time, our storytime for babies under the age of two is in full swing.  The program is a combination of songs, stories, fingerplays, and lots of action.  We offer a pre-walker program, for those who are still not quite walking, and a walker program for those who are real movers and shakers.  These kids may seem too young to come to storytime, but listening to great stories and songs should definately be a weekly highlight. Did you know that children (and babies) who are read to at least 3 times a week do better in later development than those who are read to less than that? Coming to the library, with your baby, will get you one step closer to achieving that reading goal.  As one mom put it,”It’s so great to have a reason to get out of the house, and it’s free!”   You can’t ask for anything better than that.  So come on down and check out our newest program at the Woods library. Di 

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  1. As one of the moms that attends the Tuesday class, I can tell you that my daughter loves the rhymes, the dances and reading time. It is so nice to have a program that she so evidently enjoys. Dianne’s warm personality and enthusiasm really make the kids feel welcome and ready to participate! We hope that the library continues to provide these types of classes throughout the year!


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