Little Ones Story Time

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Lots of fun at the library this morning! It started with the Golden Sower nominee “Thunder Boy Jr.” by Sherman Alexie. The children then chose what to play with from the wide array of Fun Time Kits and toys available at the library! Magformers, Play-Doh, and Color/Shape Matching Games were the most popular

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After-School Reading Program

Book: The Water Princess by Susan Verde

Activities: Super-soft playdough (cornstarch, hair condition, and food coloring) and “Button button, who’s got the button?”

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Little Ones Story Time

Fun times at the library! Lots of moms and children ventured out into the cold and snow to listen to the book “Number One Sam” by Greg Pizzoli, play with the Fun-Time Kits, and have fun playing and socializing with one another!

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After-School Reading Program

Book read: Pete the Cat’s Groovy Guide to Love by Kimberly and James Dean

Activity: Valentine’s Day Break-Out Box!

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Pinkalicious and Peterrific!

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Little Ones Story Time

Book: The Book with No Pictures by BJ Novak

Activities: Fun-Time Kits!

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After-School Reading Program

Book: The Book with No Pictures by BJ Novak
Activity: Made Valentine’s Day bookmarks with huge assortment of materials!
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Movie Night!

The Genoa Public Library will be hosting a movie night on Tuesday, July 3rd from 6:00 – 8:00! The movie presented will be Sherlock Gnomes! There will be free popcorn!

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THE LIBRARY IS GETTING A FACELIFT!!

Brickwork has begun on the north side of the library! Thanks to the supportive community for making this a reality!

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Libraries Rock! Summer Reading Programs!

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