September Story Times @ Pintlala Library!!

Pintlala Branch Library

September 2019   STORY TIME

255 Federal Rd.

Hope Hull, AL 36043

334 281-8069

September is National Library Card Sign-Up Month

Mrs. Sandra Berry, Librarian I

 

 

September 3, 2019 @ 11:10 Pre-K

             BOOK: “Pete the Cat and the Cool Cat Boogie” by: Kimberly and James Dean

                        Synopsis: —-   Join Pete the Cat in a brand-new story from New York Times

                                                     bestselling author-illustrator team James and Kimberly Dean!

Pete is learning a new dance—the Cool Cat Boogie! When he

hears a groovy beat, he’s full of happy in his feet. But when

Grumpy Toad tells him, “Pete, you dance all wrong!” Pete is

determined to become a better dancer. With the help of his

friends and some wise words from Owl, Pete learns that he’s

his grooviest when he’s being himself. Includes step-by-step

dance moves so readers can dance along with Pete!

            ACTIVITY: We will do the Cool Cat Boogie dance

 

September 4, 2019 @ 1:30 1st Grade

             Tour the Library: learn the rules and regulations of the library, Talk about Fiction and Non-Fiction

Check cards and students accounts also update student’s photos

CHECK OUT BOOKS

 

September 5, 2019 @ 1:30 2nd Grade

              Tour the Library: learn the rules and regulations of the library, Talk about Fiction and Non-Fiction

Check cards and students accounts also update student’s photos

CHECK OUT BOOKS

 

September 11, 2019 @ 12:30 4th Grade

Tour the Library: learn the rules and regulations of the library, Talk about Fiction and Non-Fiction

Check cards and students accounts also update student’s photos

CHECK OUT BOOKS

 

September 12, 2019 @ 1:30 2nd Grade

            BOOK: “TREES” by: Verlie Hutchens

                        Synopsis: —-   Every tree has its own story to tell in this evocative collection of

poems celebrating the many varieties—from maple to willow to

oak. There are so many different kinds of trees in the world, and

each has special qualities that make it unique. This lyrical, fanciful

collection of poems celebrates the singular beauty of each tree,

from the gnarled old apple tree to the tall and graceful aspen.

            ACTIVITY: Make trees out of construction paper

 

September 17, 2019 @ 11:10 Pre-K

             BOOK: “Quick, Quack, Quick” by: Marsha Arnold

                        Synopsis: —-  “Quick, Quack, quick!” his mama urges, but Quack is still the slowest

duckling in the barnyard.  Nothing can make him hurry.  Then, one

day, Cat comes a-hunting, and Quack’s less than lickety-split ways

help save the day.

            ACTIVITY: We will make paper ducks

September 18, 2019 @ 1:30 1st Grade

             BOOK: “She’ll Be Coming Around The Mountain” by: Emily Coplon

                        Synopsis: —-  Ya Hoo! Cook up some chicken and dumplings and get set for a

knee-slapping good time, because here she comes, six white

horses and all! This fat-flying favorite song is now zanier than ever,

featuring brand-new verses and wacky full-color illustrations. A must

for read-aloud, sing along audiences! Read full review

            ACTIVITY: We will play a singing game

 

September 25, 2019 @ 12:30 4th Grade

             BOOK: “Moons” by: Betsy Rathburn

                        Synopsis: —-   Ganymede, one of Jupiters 53 moons, is the largest moon in the solar

system. It is even larger than the planet Mercury! Moons are found

throughout the solar system and beyond, circling planets and asteroids.

In this book, reluctant readers will find the answers to how moons form,

where they are found, and so much more! Opening narratives place

readers in the role of a NASA scientist. Fun facts offer bonus information

of extremely high interest. Topic-specific infographics highlight further

learning for high interest or difficult to grasp concepts.

             ACTIVITY: Make and decorate a moon

 

September 26, 2019 @ 1:30 2nd Grade

             BOOK: “The Human Body” by: Carron Brown

                        Synopsis: —-   What happens underneath our skin?

Explore the human body up close and discover how

incredible it is! From the air we breathe and the food we eat,

to the muscles that help us move and the heart that pumps

our blood, the hidden wonders of the human body are revealed.

            ACTIVITY: We will explore with our fingerprints

 

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