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Children Program
Winter is almost over and Spring weather is taking over. When you are stuck inside because of the rain, do not forget you can listen to Dial-A-Story.

Dial-A-Story is a short folk story that your child can listen to on your phone. Just dial 660-827-7838, put the phone on speaker and enjoy the story. Story changes each Monday unless the library is closed for a holiday.

April 3 - "The Buckwheat"
April 10 - "The Caterpillars Surprise"
April 18 - "Sleeping Beauty"
April 24 - "The Fox & the Rooster"
Kindergarten - 3rd graders are invited to join Mrs. Amy in the Childrens Department from 5:15-6:00 PM on Tuesdays to enjoy listening to stories and doing a craft/activity.

April 4 - Easter
April 11 - NO BOOK CLUB
April 18 - Around the World: Chinese Cricket
April 25 - Science Night: Lemons
TODDLER TIME for 2-3 year olds meets at 9:30 AM on Thursdays. You and your child/children are invited to join Mrs. Amy in the Childrens Department as we learn songs, read a couple of books & do a simple craft together.

Program runs approximately 30-45 minutes. Please check the calendar for our winter/spring schedule. No preregistration or library card is required for this program.

April 6 - Egg or Chicken
April 13 - Bunny Hop - preschoolers are invited to attend
April 20 - Shapes
April 27 - New Books

All children 5 and under must be accompanied by an adult caregiver.
PRESCHOOL STORY TIME for 3-5 year olds meets on Fridays at 9:30 AM. You and your child/children are invited to join Mrs. Amy in the Childrens Department as we learn new songs, read books, and do a craft together.

Programs run approximately 45-60 minutes. No preregistration or library card is required. Please check the calendar for our winter/spring schedule.

April 7 - Silly Stories
April 14 - NO STORY TIME
April 21 - Catch a Fly
April 28 - New Books

Children under the age of 5 must be accompanied by an adult caregiver.
Whats New
Baseball Genius - Tim Green and Derek Jeter
Jalen DeLuca loves baseball, but he can not afford the travel team fee. So he decides to sneak onto the grounds of a home owned by the Yankees star second baseman, James "JY" Yager, and steal a couple of balls from the batting cage on the property. If he sells them, he will have enough to keep himself on the team. But JY catches Jalen in the act, and he barely gets away.

The next time the pair meet, JY is going to tell Jalens father what happened. But then Jalen learns that Yeagers career is over unless he can get his batting average up. That is when Jalen reveals his hidden talent: he is a baseball genius. He can analyze and predict exactly what a pitcher is going to do with his next pitch. (J F Gre)
Bye-Bye Binky - Maria van Lieshout
A little girl explains that she does not need her pacifier any more because she is a big girl. (E F Van)
Chloe on the Bright Side - Courtney Sheinmel
"The Kindness Club" series

5th grade Chloe Silver is good at looking on the bright side. But staying positive has been difficult since her parents divorced and she had to start at a new school. When Chloe is given a chance to try out for the exclusive It Girls club, things are finally looking up again.

Then Chloe is assigned a science project with offbeat Lucy Tanaka and brainy Theo Barnes. Together they create an experiment that tests how people react to different acts of kindness, officially forming the Kindness Club. Lucy and Theo are fun to be around, and their new club means a lot to Chloe. But the It Girls do not want to share Chloe with anyone else. Can she find a way to be kind to all of her friends, and still stay true to herself? (J F She)
Dragonwatch - Brandon Mull
(J F Mul)
Fancy Nancy & the Missing Easter Bunny - Jane O Connor
Nancy must follow the clues to finding her missing bunny when she leaves the cage door open. (E F OCo)
Good Night Owl - Greg Pizzoli
Owl takes drastic measures in order to get a good nights sleep. (E F Piz)
How to Catch the Easter Bunny - Adam Wallace
The Easter Bunny describes all the traps he has avoided while delivering Easter treats. (E F Wal)
Innocent Heroes - Sigmund Brouwer
The Storming Normans are a fictional Canadian platoon in the First World War, preparing for an attack on Vimy Ridge. As the soldiers train, fight and deal with the horrors of war, they are assisted by brave and loyal animal companions: a dog who warns soldiers of a gas attack, a cat who saves soldiers from rat bites, a pigeon who saves an entire platoon and more...all based on real-life animal war heroes. (J F Bro)
The Lizard of OZ - R. L. Stine
"Goosebumps: Most Wanted" series. (J F Sti)
The Totally Secret Secret - Bob Shea
While Ballet Cat and Sparkles the Pony play they each share a secret. (E F She)
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