MCCPL Announces March Events!!

Story Time

Coliseum Blvd. Branch Library

840 Coliseum Blvd.

271-7005

Thursday at 10:00 am

 

 

March   3     Girl & Girl, Bike & Bike by Francis Montgomery

Selena Bateman will be reading her children’s book to our Story Time group today.

Come and celebrate her achievement and bring your children to enjoy this wonderful story.

Craft – To be announced

 

March 10   I love being adventurous!

Daisy and the Beastie by Jane Simmons

Daisy and her little brother, Pip, encounter many different animals as they look all over the farm for the Beastie from Grandpa’s story.

Come Along Daisy by Jane Simmons

Daisy the Duckling becomes so engrossed in playing with dragonflies and lily pads that she temporarily loses her mother.

Craft – Duck masks

 

March 17   No story time today

 

March 24   Easter is near!

Splat the Cat: Where’s the Easter Bunny? by Rob Scotton

Splat the Cat tries to find the Easter Bunny so he can tell him what he wants for Easter.

The Easter Egg by Jan Brett

Hoppi the Bunny wants to win the egg decorating contest so the Easter Bunny will choose him to help distribute Easter eggs.

Craft – Easter Bunny masks

 

March 31   I want a pet!

I Want a Cat  by Tony Ross

Jessy wants a cat and her parents will not let her have one, so she comes up with a wonderful plan.

A Pet for Petunia by Paul Schmid

Petunia so desperately wants a pet skunk that she refuses to believe her parents when they say skunks stink.

Craft – Skunk masks

 

Lego League

The first and third Tuesday in March. (March 1 and March 15.)

4:00 – 5:00 pm

Come join the fun and creativity as we build with Legos.

Children must be registered and parents must remain with your children.

 

Ukulele and Yarn Art

The first and third Wednesday in March. (March 2 and March 16.)

Bring a favorite song to share with the group along with peer mentoring regularly available.

Bring any yarn or fiber art project you are currently working with to share with other yarn

crafters in the room.

 

Community Art & Soul

Presented by: Three Colors and the Truth

 

When: 2nd and 4th Wednesdays each month (March 9 and March 23)

At 3:30 p.m. until 5:15 p.m.

Where: Coliseum Blvd. Branch Public Library

Bring your own art supplies, or sample materials from the community box.

Begins: February 10, 2016, Twice Monthly

RSVP: 334-271-7005;  334-478-4396

 

 

Homework Assistance

Our program meets every Tuesday from 5:00 – 5:45 pm. Our tutors offer assistance in Math,

English, and Reading. Students in grades 1 – 12 are invited.  Please bring your own materials and homework, or the lessons you will need assistance with.

Registration is required of students, and adults who are interested in tutoring are invited to assist, with pre-registration required.

Homework Assistance will not be offered March 21 – March 25 due to Spring Break.

 

Southern Ladies Coloring Club

Wednesday, March 2 @ 10:00 a.m.

Thursday, March 17 @ 5:00 p.m.

Come join our coloring club. Adult level coloring sheets and color pencils will be provided.  Studies have shown this can be a great stress reducer!  Come relax with us! Southern Ladies Coloring Club meets the first Wednesday and the third Thursday every month.

 

 

Southern Charm Book Club

Thursday, March 10 @ 3:00 p.m.

 

Today we will be discussing the book, Last Bus to Wisdom, by Ivan Doig.  This is a story of boy being raised by his grandmother, who unexpectantly is being sent off to live with his grandmother’s sister.  As he is traveling on the bus, he meets Herman the German, and they both decide to “fly the coop”, and live adventurously in the wild territory of Montana.

Then, we will receive our book for April titled, The Paris Wife, by Paula McLain, a story of Ernest Hemingway and the love of his life, his wife, Hadley.

 

Coliseum Adult Program

Wednesday, March 16 @ 10:00 a.m.

 

Today we will be announcing the development of our new Seed Library, the first of its kind in Montgomery. Come hear how this new library will benefit everyone who loves to garden.  Then, we will have our annual plant swap.  Bring your cuttings, bulbs, seeds, divisions, tubors…anything you would like to share.  Everyone that shares will be able to participate in the receiving.

 

Eastbrook Mystery Book Club

March 24 @ 3:00 p.m.

In March, we will discuss Among the Mad, by Jacqueline Winspear. This is a Maisie Dobbs Novel. Maisie Dobbs was trained as a nurse and psychologist in the Great War she has become an investigator. Now it is 1931, just before Christmas in London.   She must use all her skills to catch a madman before he commits murder on an unimaginable scale. We will receive our  April book The Devil in the White City by Erik Larson, a story of the first urban serial killer.  Eastbrook Mystery Book Club meets the 4th Thursday of each month at 3:00

 

 

Coliseum Art Gallery

March, 2016

Come see the works of Ginny Townsend and her wonderful collection of folk art paintings.

 

 

Hampstead Branch Library’s March 2016 Programs

Special Spring Break Week Events

Is your family planning a “stay-cation” during Spring Break? If so, you can enjoy some special activities at the library. In addition to our regular Tuesday Morning Story Time at an earlier time, we will offer the following events:

  • Afternoon Story Time (Wednesday, March 23, 2016 @ 4 p.m.) – Children ages five to ten are invited to join us for a special afternoon Story Time. We’ll be reading Oh the Places You’ll Go and The Lorax by Doctor Seuss while making themed crafts after the books are done.

 

 

Hampstead Morning Story Time

For ages one through four

Tuesdays at 10:30 a.m.

March 1 – No Storytime! Miss Kathryn will not be here today and apologizes in advance for missing you! We’ll resume on March 8th!

March 8 – Dr. Seuss was born on March 2nd, 1904. We will wish him a belated birthday and celebrate by reading two of his books Happy Birthday! And Cat in the Hat. Afterwards we will be making Doctor Seuss themed Cat in the Hat crafts.

March 15 – Saint Patrick’s Day is Thursday! We’ll be celebrating by reading The Leprechaun who lost his Rainbow and It’s St. Patrick’s Day, Dear Dragon! To finish off, we’ll create our own rainbows with pots of gold at the end of them.

March 22 – Did you know there’s a saying that March comes in like a lion and out like a lamb? Today we’ll be celebrating animals with the story Library Lion and No Sleep for the Sheep. We’ll be making animal masks.

March 29 – With Spring rolling in, the flowers will be blooming outside! Today we’ll read Planting a Rainbow and My Garden before making our own ‘flower pots’.

 

 

Governor’s Square Branch Library

Preschool Storytime

Tuesdays @ 10:00 a.m.

 

March 1: Remember Dr. Seuss  Day

Ms. Anita will delight the children with Dr. Seuss stories, Green Eggs and Ham and My Many Colored Days. Then they will do a coloring page.

 

March 8:  Famous American Women of the Past

Ms. Anita will tell the children about famous women in history, and read Amelia Earhart and Betsy Ross And the Silver Thimble. This will be followed by a craft activity.

       

March 15: Spring Surprises Day

Children will hear the stories My Spring Robin and Welcome Back, Sun, followed by a coloring page activity.

 

March 22: National Water Day

Ms. Anita and the children will sing songs about water and boats. Then they will hear the stories No More Water in the Tub and Busytown Boat Race, followed by a maze activity.

 

March 29: Easter Fun

Children will enjoy the stories Petook: An Easter Story and The Easter Egg. Then they will have an Easter Egg Hunt.

 

 

EL Lowder Regional Library

2590 Bell Road, Montgomery, AL 36117

www.mccpl.lib.al.us

Fridays @ 10:15 a.m.

 

March 4

Green Eggs and Ham by Dr. Seuss

Join Us As We Celebrate Dr. Seuss’s Birthday With Green Eggs and Ham!!!!!

 

 

March 11

Curious George, Tadpole Trouble by Mark Williams

By Mouse and Frog by Deborah Freedman

Activity: Frog Craft

 

March 18

There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed A Chick by Lucille Colandro

Activity: Easter Craft

Join Us For Our Annual Easter Egg Hunt!!!

 

March 25

WAFFLE DAY!!!!

 

Curious George Makes Pancakes by

Activity: Making Waffles!

 

Other Happenings at Lowder Regional Library March 2016

 

The Ladies of High Tea will be meeting Tuesday, March 1, 2016 at 3PM and reading Hidden Riches by Felicia Mason.

After a lifetime spent scrubbing and mending for others, Ana Mae Futrell has passed away. Her siblings have reluctantly returned to their North Carolina hometown to bury the older sister they never really bothered to know. For instance, they didn’t know she’d won big on a lottery ticket. Or that she had a son. But back to the money—Ana Mae’s millions will go only to the person who can interpret the clues she’s left behind in a quilt. Should they all fail, the fortune goes to Diamond Jim and Baby Sue—Ana Mae’s cats—and a Reverend with whom Ana Mae shared a “special” relationship.  .  .

Ana Mae’s two sisters and brother hadn’t really thought about Ana Mae in years, but now, with bills to pay, marriages on the line, and secrets ready to spill, she’s all they can think about. And as the race to win begins, everyone involved finds there’s more to gain than money. Because they’re each going to learn a little something about Ana Mae—and a whole lot more about themselves.  .  .

~~from barnesandnobel.com~~

 

The Lowder Regional Branch Library Chess Club meets every Saturday, from 10AM to 1245—sharp. In the event that the club is not meeting a sign will be posted as soon as possible announcing the postponement.  Join us and learn how to play chess or to brush up on your skills.  Parents, chess is a game that will help build the brain and help your child with their future education—not to mention that it teaches patience as well.

 

Don’t forget Gamer’s Club is the Second Friday of the month 4PM-5PM.  There is a limited number of slots available and pre-registration is required and a signed permission slip must be on file.  Parents must stay in the library while children are playing.

 

On the third Friday of the month, 4PM-5PM, the Lowder Lego League, has fun in the meeting room.  Due to fire regulations we have to also limit the number of participants for this event as well so pre-registration is required.

 

Lowder Staff continues its eight-week Job Search/Job Preparedness Workshop from 630pm -830pm each Monday through April 11, 2016. If interested please visit the Circulation Desk at Lowder to see if space is still available to pick up with the rest of the group.

 

 

 

 

 

Pike Road Branch Library’s

March 2016 Programs

Special Spring Break Week Events

Is your family planning a “stay-cation” during Spring Break? If so, you can enjoy some special activities at the library. In addition to our regular Afternoon Story Time at an earlier time, we will offer the following events:

  • Tuesday, March 22nd at 4 p.m. – Lego League for ages 5 and up – Builders use the library’s collection of bricks to make awesome creations.
  • Thursday, March 24th at 4 p.m. – Family Movie Time for all ages – Grown-ups and kids enjoy some popcorn and a movie projected onto the wall in our meeting room. Our license prevents us from telling you what movie we will show so check out our Facebook page for some clues or give us a call to find out the title.

Afternoon Story Time

For ages three through six

Mondays at 4:30 p.m.

  • March 7 – Author and illustrator Chris Raschka was born on March 6, 1959. We’ll wish him a belated “Happy Birthday!” by reading some of his books, including The Blushful Hippopotamus.
  • March 14 – Faith and begorrah, St. Patrick’s Day is coming up on Thursday! In honor of the day, we’ll read some stories about clovers and leprechauns including There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Clover by Lucille Colandro and Jared Lee. We’ll also make a cute St. Patty’s Day craft.
  • March 21 – Please note special time of 4 p.m. – On March 25, 1882, a department store in New York City hosted the first pancake making demonstration. The rest is delicious, syrup-covered history. We’ll sing the praises of pancakes by reading Pancakes, Pancakes! By Eric Carle.
  • March 28 – Today is author Doreen Cronin’s birthday! We’ll celebrate by reading one of her Farmer Brown and Duck books, which are illustrated by Betsy Lewin. Then, we’ll rise to our feet with a stretch and a wiggle when we read Stretch and Wiggle, which were written by Doreen with art by Scott Menchin.

Good Morning Story Time

For ages one through three

Wednesdays at 10 a.m.

 

  • Children and grown-ups enjoy songs and stories each week.
    • March 2
    • March 9
    • March 16
    • March 23

o   March 30

Friends of the Pike Road Branch Library

  • The Friends of the Pike Road Branch Library hold their regular meeting on Thursday, March 17 at 10 a.m. Join them to learn how you can support library programs and services.

 

Book Clubs

Angry Dragons – for children in third grade and up –On Wednesday, March 2 at 4:15 p.m., the Dragons will discuss The Chronicles of Egg: New Lands by Geoff Rodkey.

Publisher’s Summary – After a narrow escape from Deadweather Island, Egg and his slightly deranged partner Guts head for the remote New Lands. They’re in search of the lost Okalu tribe, who hold the key to the mysterious treasure map that Egg can’t decipher. But the ruthless Roger Pembroke is hard on Egg’s trail, and the New Lands are full of new enemies against which our heroes’ only weapons are their brains, their courage…and the two dozen swear words Guts just memorized in the local tongue. They’re going to need help. But who can they trust? Is Kira, the beautiful and heavily armed Okalu refugee, their ally or their enemy? Is Pembroke’s daughter Millicent on Egg’s side or her father’s? Why on earth is the notorious pirate Burn Healy being so “nice” to them? And the biggest question of all: what shocking secret is Egg about to discover in the shadow of an ancient Okalu temple?

 

Bookies – The Pike Road Bookies meet on the third Thursday of each month, except December.  On Thursday, March 17 at 11:15 a.m., they will discuss The Marriage of Opposites by Alice Hoffman.

Publisher’s Summary – From the New York Times bestselling author of The Dovekeepers and The Museum of Extraordinary Things: a forbidden love story set on the tropical island of St. Thomas about the extraordinary woman who gave birth to painter Camille Pissarro-the Father of Impressionism. Growing up on idyllic St. Thomas in the early 1800s, Rachel dreams of life in faraway Paris. Rachel’s mother, a pillar of their small refugee community of Jews who escaped the Inquisition, has never forgiven her daughter for being a difficult girl who refuses to live by the rules. Growing up, Rachel’s salvation is their maid Adelle’s belief in her strengths, and her deep, life-long friendship with Jestine, Adelle’s daughter. But Rachel’s life is not her own. She is married off to a widower with three children to save her father’s business. When her husband dies suddenly and his handsome, much younger nephew, Frédérick, arrives from France to settle the estate, Rachel seizes her own life story, beginning a defiant, passionate love affair that sparks a scandal that affects all of her family, including her favorite son, who will become one of the greatest artists of France.

 

9585 Vaughn Road, Pike Road, AL 36064 – Phone: 244-8679 facebook.com/pikeroadbranchlibrary

 

 

Bertha P. Williams Library Rosa Parks Branch

March Program Scheduling

 

Preschool Morning Story Time

Tuesdays @ 10:00 a.m.

 

March 1

Description: Children and adults will get to enjoy educational stories and sing songs. They will be able to learn more about the alphabet in, The Alphabet Parade (by Charles Ghigna), and have fun picking out farm animals in, I know a Wee Piggy (by Kim Norman), and Pigs Get Lost (Heather Amery and Stephen Cartwright).  At the end of story time the children will be given coloring sheets to take home.

 

 

March 8

Description: Children and adults will get to enjoy educational stories and sing songs. Children will count along in Look Whooo’s Counting, (by Suse MacDonald) learn how to make school life fun in Just Another Ordinary Day, (by Rod Clement) and dance with rhythm and beat Squeak, Rumble, Whomp! Whomp! Whomp! (by Wynton Marsalis). At the end of story time the children will be given coloring sheets to take home.

 

March 15

Description: Children and adults will get to enjoy educational stories and sing songs. Children will learn about colors and shapes with Don’t Spill the Beans (by Ian Schoenherr), see what the very first day of school is like, from a cat’s point of view, in Skippy Jon Jones: Class Action (by Judy Schachner), and dance along in Someone Says (by Carole Lexa Schaefer). At the end of story time the children will be given coloring sheets to take home.

 

 

March 22

Description: Children and adults will get to enjoy educational stories and sing songs. Children will have fun reading about troublesome Nora in Noisy Nora (by Rosemary Wells), learn about the life of a young farm chicken in Peep! A Little Book About Taking A Leap (by Maria Van Lieshout) and how smelly a dog can really get in My Dog is as Smelly as Dirty Socks (by Hanoch Piven) At the end of story time the children will be given coloring sheets to take home.

 

March 29

Description: Children and adults will get to enjoy educational stories and sing songs. Children will be able to count along in Mouse Count (by Ellen Stoll Walsh) dance along with Sally in Silly Sally (by Audrey Wood) and see what it’s like when a bear has a tooth that is ready to come out in Bear’s Loose Tooth (by Karma Wilson). At the end of story time the children will be given coloring sheets to take home.

 

 

Bertha P. Williams Library Rosa Parks Branch

Art Classes

Thursday, March 3, 10 & 17 @ 3:00 p.m.

(Intended Audience: Ages 7-12)

 

Description: Children will get the chance to have fun creating a variety of different art projects.

 

Bertha P. Williams Lego Club

Friday, March 18 @ 3:00 P.M.

Intended Audience: Ages 7-14

Description: Children will be challenged to create unique constructions out of Legos; their constructions will then be displayed at the library.

 

Bertha P. Williams

F.E.W.S. Middle School Lecture/Art Project

Monday, March 28 @ 9:15 A.M.

Intended Audience: Middle School

 

Event description: Students from F.E.W.S. Middle School will come to the Library and learn about St. Patrick’s Day and then participate in an art project.

 

 

 

 

Bertha P. Williams

Rosa Parks Page Turners Book Club

Wednesday, March 9 @  11:00 a.m.

Intended Audience: Adult

Description: Rosa Parks Page Turners meet every second Wednesday of the month.  This month they will be discussing Iris Johansen’s Deadlock at 11:00 AM.

Publisher’s Summary: Emily Hudson is a renowned archaeologist who travels the world to save priceless artifacts from theft or destruction. Her best friend and partner, Joel Levy, is always by her side-until one day, when her entire crew comes under attack.  Joel and Emily are taken hostage by a sadistic captor who is determined to find the missing link to a legendary treasure. For weeks they struggle to survive against terrifying odds, pushed to their limits-and beyond……

~ “Johansen’s knack for delivering robust action and commanding characters kicks into high gear”- Booklist

 

 

 

Bertha P. Williams

Senior Bingo

Monday, March 21 @ 11:00 a.m.

Intended Audience: Adults

 

Description: Seniors are invited to come to the Bertha Williams Library and have fun playing Bingo.

 

 

Bertha P. Williams

Crocheting Class

Thursday, March 25 @ 2:00 p.m.

Intended Audience: Adult

 

Event description: Patrons will have the opportunely to learn how to crochet (patrons that participate are asked to bring their own yarn and needles.

 

 

 

Juliette Hampton Morgan Memorial Library

245 High Street

Montgomery, AL 36104

334-240-4991

Story Times are each Thursday at 10:30 in the Auditorium

 

March 3

Happy Birthday Dr. Seuss! (March 2)

We will read My Many Colored Days by Dr Seuss and illustrated by Steve Johnson. This rhyming story describes each day in terms of a particular color which in turn is associated with specific emotions. We will have a craft.

 

March 10

I want you to be happy!

We will read Think Happy by Nancy Carlson! Various animals illustrate the importance of keeping a positive outlook. When you think, anything can happen! If You’re Happy and You Know It! by Jan Ormerod and illustrated by Lindsey Gardiner. If you’re happy and you know it clap your hand explores different ways to express happiness. We will have an activity.

 

March 17

TumbleBooks

We will read Winter is that Warmest Season by Lauren Stringer. Most people think summer is the warmest season. This story, however, is brimming with evidence to the contrary–from roaring fires to grilled cheese sandwiches to toasty flannel pajamas. Winter Is the Warmest Season celebrates all the wonderful things that make winter the coziest time of the year. We will also read Martin MacGregor’s Snowman. How can a snowman fanatic build a snowman if there’s NO snow? Martin MacGregor lives for building snowmen. All year long he sits and he waits and he dreams of deep snowdrifts and blinding blizzards.

 

March 24

The Very Hungry Caterpillar

We will read and watch The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle. Follow the progress of a hungry little caterpillar as he eats through a warmed and very large quantity of food. We will have activity with the felt board activities.

 

March 31

Storytime Favorites

We will read Tanka Tanka Skunk by Steve Webb. Stomp your feet as Tanka and Elephant show you how to make rhythm and beats with words. We will also read Pete the Cat: I Love My White Shoes by Eric Litwin. As he walks down the street, Pete the cat sings about his brand new white shoes as they change colors then get wet.

 

Juliette Hampton Morgan Memorial Library

Extraordinary Lunch Bunch Book Club

 

March 28 — Ordinary Grace by William Kent Krueger

Summary: New Bremen, Minnesota, 1961. … for thirteen-year-old Frank Drum it was a summer in which death assumed many forms. …On the surface, Ordinary Grace is the story of the murder of a beautiful young woman, a beloved daughter and sister. At heart, it’s the story of what that tragedy does to a boy, his family, and ultimately the fabric of the small town in which he lives. Told from Frank’s perspective forty years after that fateful summer, it is a moving account of a boy standing at the door of his young manhood, trying to understand a world that seems to be falling apart around him. It is an unforgettable novel about discovering the terrible price of wisdom and the enduring grace of God. (Good Reads)

 

 

Ramer Branch Library

Readin’ Right Book Club

Wednesday, March 23 @ 11:00 a.m.

 

Ramer’s Readin’ Right Book Club will discuss Gray Mountain by John Grisham.

Synopsis: Downsized lawyer Samantha Kofer must make the adjustment from being a rising star at a Wall Street firm to working at a legal clinic in the Appalachian Mountains of Virginia.

 

 

Rufus A. Lewis Regional Library

Storytime

Wednesdays @ 10 a.m.

 

March 2nd  – It’s all about the noise the animals make and there will be making noise with the following titles:  Oink! Moo! How Do You Do? by Grace Maccarone and Wait for Me, Little Tiger! by Julie Sykes. Children will also enjoy songs and coloring sheet.

 

March 9th   – What would happen If All the Animals Came Inside? Visit story time with Ms. Amy to find out when she reads If All the Animals Came Inside by Eric Pinder; followed by a story about two children playing the game Inside, Inside, Inside by Holly Meade. There will be a craft or color sheet as well!

 

March 16th – “Oh my, I feel so sleepy!” “No mommy I am not tired.” Join us as we discuss with preschoolers the joy of nap time with The Napping House by Aubrey Woods. There will be songs and a craft as well.

 

March 23rd – Ms. Amy will tell the story of how Mrs. Chicken escaped the hungry crocodile in Mrs. Chicken and the Hungry Crocodile by Won-Ldy Page and Margaret H. Lippet. In addition, we will see what happens when a crocodile is raised by a chicken in Guji Guji by Chih Yuan Chen.   Children will also enjoy a craft and songs.

 

March 30th – Children will learn the importance of going to bed on time from the story Back to Bed, Ed! by Sebastien Braun and how to make friends with Yo! Yes? by Chris Raschka. They will also enjoy songs and a craft.

           

 

Rufus A. Lewis Regional Library

Afternoon Fun Time

Every Wednesday

@ 4:15pm – 4:45pm

Come join Rufus A. Lewis Regional Library and the Montgomery Therapeutic Center for an afternoon of fun and activities. Enjoy story time, games and movies to help relax from a day at school.

 

Rufus A. Lewis Regional Library

Teen Sci-Fi Book Club

Second Mondays

@ 6:00-7:30pm

Meeting Day: March 14

Book: Dragon’s Tooth by N. D. Wilson

Cyrus and Antigone Smith have been running a dilapidated motel with their older brother Daniel, when he goes missing. Then a stranger shows up giving Cyrus a set of mysterious keys and a quest to join an order of explorers. Read about their adventures in the first of this trilogy and come discuss their trials with us.

 

If you haven’t read the book, join us anyway as we’re always looking for new suggestions!

Contact Amy L. Campbell for questions (334-240-4848)

 

Rufus A. Lewis Regional Library

Teen Writing Group

Every Monday (except holidays)

@ 4:00 – 5:30 p.m.

 

Enjoy writing? Want a group to write with? Join us at Rufus Lewis Library and write for fun or to improve your craft. Sharing is encouraged but optional. Each week we will explore a different aspect of writing that you can focus on, or you can continue work on your own writing. It is recommended that you bring a dedicated notebook or folder.

 

Contact Amy L. Campbell for questions (334-240-4848)

 

 

Pintlala Branch Library

March 2016 Story – Time

255 Federal Road

Hope Hull, AL 36043

334-281-8069

 

Women History Month

Mrs. Sandra Berry, Librarian

 

 

March 1 @ 11:30 Pre-K

Book: “Helpful Betty to the Rescue”  by: Michaela Morgan

Craft: Make a Betty Hippo out of paper

 

March 1 @ 12:15 1st Grade

Book: “Curious George’s Dream”  by: Margret Rey

Pass out color Sheet of Curious George for the children to take home

 

March 1@ 1:15 1st Grade

Book: “Curious George’s Dream”  by: Margret Rey

Pass out color Sheet of Curious George for the children to take home

 

March 3 @ 10:30 3rd Grade

Book: True Flix – Outer Space “Stars”  by: Ker Than

Group Activity – Questions and Answers

 

March 8 @ 11:30 Pre-K

Book: “Pete the Cat Rocking in my School Shoes”  by: Eric Litwin

We will play a Pete the Cat Game and do a color activity

 

March 9 @ 11:30 Kindergarten

Book: “Splat the Cat: I Scram for Ice Cream”  by: Rob Scotton

Craft: Make Ice Cream Cones out of colored construction paper

 

March 9 @ 1:30 Kindergarten

Book: “Splat the Cat: I Scram for Ice Cream”  by: Rob Scotton

Craft: Make Ice Cream Cones out of colored construction paper

 

March 10 @ 1:30 2nd Grade (L)

Book: “Johnnie Carr: A Life of Quiet Activism”

Activity: Questions and Answers

 

March 11 @ 1:30 2nd Grade (F)

Book: “Johnnie Carr: A Life of Quiet Activism”

Activity: Questions and Answers

 

March 29 @ 11:30 Pre-K

Book: “Lego City: All Aboard!”  by: Sonia Sander

Craft: Using Lego blocks to build

 

March 29 @ 12:15 1st Grade

Book: “If You Give A Mouse A Cookie”  by: Laura Numeroff

Craft: We will make a mouse paper bag puppet

 

March 29 @ 1:15 1st Grade

Book: “If You Give A Mouse A Cookie”  by: Laura Numeroff

Craft: We will make a mouse paper bag puppet

 

March 31 @ 10:30 3rd Grade

Book: “My Name is not Isabella”  by:

Activity – Questions and answers about Women in History

 

 

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