I hope you’ve enjoyed our short-lived Spring-like weather! So many things to do outside in preparation for the real thing. I’m afraid we’re in for a chilly blast on Friday, though. Hey – yet more time to curl up with books and energize your mind. Come check out Mother Earth magazine here at the library – it has great ideas to get you motivated for planting and will easily propel you toward warmer thoughts. We had a great Story Time yesterday! Our story was Feathers for Lunch by Lois Ehlert; a beautifully designed book about a cat out for a tasty treat. Our craft was artistry at its best! Our crowd made beautiful birds’ nests from a variety of materials, proudly showcased!. I think these folks are definitely ready for spring!
And speaking of Spring, our National “Read Across America” Dr. Seuss party is just around the corner! On 3 March, at 7:00 p.m. the library will be hosting our “Race to Read” party in the Snyder Auditorium for ages 0 – 10. Come enjoy lots of reading, lots of fun, and lots of Seuss! Since 1998, the National Education Association has been motivating children to read by providing a positive, fun day to celebrate reading. Research has shown that children who are motivated and spend time reading do better in school and in life! So join us on 3 March to celebrate reading! Brought to you by your Snyder Library!