April Programs @ Hampstead Library!!

Story Time

Tuesdays @ 10:30

Ages 1-4


April 3rd: Prepare for some troublesome cows with a typewriter in Click, Clack, Moo by Doreen Cronin and learn about different farmyard animals in Spots, Feathers, and Curly Tails by Nancy Tafuri. We will make a cow craft.

April 10th: It’s National Library Week, so come to story time to read Wolves by Emily Gravett about a rabbit who learns about wolves from a library book. We will also read about a girl who love stories in  Lola Love Stories by Anna Mcquinn.

April 17th: Solve the problem of why Ernest the Moose Doesn’t Fit by Catherine Rayner and ponder another problem involving a porcupine who loves balloons in Perfectly Percy. We will have fun with some balloons.

April 24th: Story time goes to the dogs as we talk about different kinds of canine in Dogs by Emily Gravett. Then we’ll enjoy the troubled times of dog siblings Boot and Shoe (by Marla Frazee) when a squirrel’s shenanigans makes them lose each other. We will color some dogs.


National Library Week @ Hampstead!

Libraries Lead…


Tuesday April 10th:

Libraries lead in…literacy.

10:30 Story Time: Show your love for libraries by joining us for our weekly story time with a special library theme.

4:30 Next Chapter, Please: Pop in for some popcorn and a few chapters from The Magician’s Elephant by Kate DiCamillo. Any age that can sit and listen is welcome to attend. We will start at 4:30.

Wednesday, April 11th:

Libraries lead in…art.

3:30 BYOP: Bring your own paintbrush, and we’ll we provide the paint. We’ll be doing process art so your paint brush can be anything from a rock to a Q-tip. Registration is required and all ages are welcome. Stop by anytime between 3:30 and 5:00.

Friday, April 13th:

Libraries lead in…community.

4:00 Family Game Night: Wrap up your week with some board games, puzzles, or coloring sheets. Bring your favorite board or card game or play one of ours. Family not required for attendance, and all ages are welcome.

All Week: Best in Books: Share your favorite book with us and we’ll add it to our “Best in Books” display. We’ll be displaying them all month.



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