Children’s Librarian: Susan Slater firstname.lastname@example.org 814 723-4650
Children’s Room Assistant: Kelley Wood
Children’s 2021 Winter/Spring Program Schedule
The 2021 Summer Reading Program Schedule is a “work in progress”. It should be available towards the end of May.
NOTE: At this time our programs must remain virtual. This program schedule will evolve as parameters set due to Covid-19 evolve.
ABC Read with Me: Ms. Susan will continue to post one recorded story per week on Warren Public Library’s Facebook page on Mondays through the end of April. Each recording focuses on a different letter of the alphabet. Crafts and coloring pages that correspond to each recording are available on a table outside of the Children’s Department during our Browse by Appointment hours. Crafts/coloring pages available for each story time while supplies last.
Books for the Belly with Ms. Kelley: The theme of this recorded story time will be fun books that focus on eating and food. Ms. Kelley will incorporate a mixture of fiction and nonfiction. Aimed at ages 6 and up, these will be posted weekly to our Facebook page through the end of April.
Library Friends Read: Throughout this season we will invite guest readers to share a story. Recordings of these guest readers will be posted on our Facebook page as we receive them through the end of April. It’s fun to hear others read as everyone has different reading styles. Take a look and see if you recognize any of these readers.
Youth Art Month Virtual Art Show: Every year the library hosts an art show with local students from the Warren County School District, St. Joseph’s and homeschoolers for the month of March. Youth Art Month supports and emphasizes the importance of art education in the schools. Click the image below to view this year’s galleries!
1000 Books Before Kindergarten: Help put your child on the right track for kindergarten and build a solid foundation for academic success by reading early and often to your young children. The Warren Library is providing the opportunity to participate in this popular program open for babies, toddlers and preschoolers. Information about this program and reading logs can be found on our 1000 Books Before Kindergarten page here. When visiting the library, information and a reading log for the first 100 books can be found on the semi-circle in the Children’s Department. Those who prefer an online method may keep track at Reader Zone. Register on their website www.readerzone.com using the program code fc392. Like apps? Download the Reader Zone app from Google Play, the App Store or Amazon by searching for “Reader Zone”; be sure to use program code fc392.
Portions of these programs are possible due to the generous contributions made at our annual Midwinter FUNdraiser.