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June 2022

Family Story Time

June 18 @ 10:00 am - 10:30 am
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An event every week that begins at 10:00 am on Saturday, repeating until June 25, 2022

Join us for stories inside the library! Bring the family and come listen to stories and make a craft with us. Story time will meet on Saturday mornings at 10:00am from April 9th to June 25th. For ages 3-8.

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Book of the Day: Mr. Lemoncello’s Very First Game

June 19

Discover where it all began...Meet Luigi Lemoncello before he was the World's Greatest Game Maker! Thirteen-year-old Luigi has a knack for games and puzzles, but sometimes it feels like the cards are stacked against him. Until a carnival arrives in town and Luigi gets the chance of a lifetime--the opportunity to work for the world-famous Professor Marvelmous, a dazzling, banana-hat-wearing barker who puts the show in showman. When the carnival closes, the professor leaves behind a mysterious puzzle box along…

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Book of the Day: A History of Underwear with Professor Chicken

June 20

Loincloths! Corsets! Chickens! Did you know that the oldest pair of underwear ever discovered was found frozen in a block of ice? Or that Henry VIII's wives used to wear underwear on their heads? Have you ever wondered what underwear will look like a hundred years from now? Join the esteemed Professor Chicken, some other chickens, and his chicken students on a journey through the history of our most private clothing...and don't forget your underwear!

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Book of the Day: I’m Not Scared, You’re Scared!

June 21

When you're a bear who is easily scared, you don't have many friends. Fortunately, Bear has one, Rabbit, who happens to be very brave. One day, Rabbit urges Bear to face his fears, and they embark on an adventure together. Things don't entirely go as planned, and Bear might just have to reach deep inside himself and find that bravery has been there all along. Seth Meyers gives us a story about friendship, bravery, and daring rescue that will inspire…

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Book of the Day: Joy Ride

June 22

When Joy needs a project to fill up her summer days, she seeks out her grandfather to help. Together they decide to fix up an old bicycle for Joy. Little by little, the two find everything they need to transform the rusty old bike into a one-of-a-kind vehicle. Ornamented with streamers, cards in the spokes, and a brand-new bell, the bike carries Joy through the neighborhood, filling the air with its own kind of joyful music. But when some kids…

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Story Time Ages 2-5

June 22 @ 10:00 am - 10:30 am
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An event every week that begins at 10:00 am on Tuesday and Wednesday, repeating until June 22, 2022

Join us for stories inside the library! Come listen to stories and make a craft with us. Story time will meet on Tuesday or Wednesday mornings at 10:00am from April 5th to June 25th. For ages 2-5.

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Book of the Day: The Sheep, the Rooster, and the Duck

June 23

Injustice? Nefarious plots? Threats to society? The Sheep, the Rooster, and the Duck are there to thwart them! the first living creatures ever to ride in a hot-air balloon were a sheep, a rooster, and a duck. But not just any sheep, rooster, and a duck. These extraordinary farm animals have been secretly keeping the world safe for years. And now they face their greatest challenge: a plot involving a dastardly villain, sinister secret societies, Benjamin Franklin, the world's first…

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Book of the Day: Hat Cat

June 24

An old man lives alone...until one day, when he goes to feed the squirrels, he discovers a kitten under his hat! The old man names him Hat, and they quickly become best friends and do everything together--except every afternoon, when the old man goes outside to feed the squirrels, he closes the door tight behind him. He doesn't want Hat to run away or chase the squirrels-or worse. Then one day, things change. The old man is gone. Some new…

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