April 23rd is a symbolic date for world book day. Join us for a special storytelling time to celebrate the pleasure of reading!
Recommended for children between the ages of 4 – 8.Two adults per child maximum.
With Alito Rodgers as storyteller. Approx. 45 minutes.
Participation is free. Seating is limited; entrance is open until full capacity (45 kids per session).
Storytelling around the book:
“Library Lion” by Michelle Knudsen and Kevin Hawkes.
Wednesday, April 23rd at 18:45 h.
“When a lion shows up for storytime, Miss Merriweather, the head librarian, makes it clear that the lion can only stay if he follows the rules. That includes being quiet; in other words, No Roaring. The lion loves storytime and visits the library every day. He follows all the rules and even comes early to help Miss Merriweather. One day, though, something bad happens and the only way the lion can help is by making a great big roar. The sad lion leaves the library because he knows he has broken the rules. Finally, the lion learns that “sometimes there is a good reason to break the rules” and makes a joyous return to storytime at the library.”
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