Come make something for Mom!
Create a card and craft, for children in grades 2 to 5. After school Friday May 10th, 4:00 to 5:00 pm. Call 638-8177 to register, or sign up in person at the front desk.
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"Olivia is so excited to enter the annual Maywood Dance Contest with her dance team. It's up to Olivia to convince her team that dancing perfectly alike all the time is perfectly okay... but dancing for joy is something really special."--Back cover.
This beloved children's book follows the progress of a hungry little caterpillar as he eats his way through a varied and very large quantity of food until, full at last, he forms a cocoon around himself and goes to sleep.
To learn more about this caterpillar or place a hold on this book, Click Here.
Gods, goddesses, heroes and troublemakers. These ten stories are an opportunity to sample the stories of Greek mythologies. Enjoyable simply as stories of adventure and bravery, they can also spark discussions about character traits such as pride, honour, humility, loyalty, greed and arrogance.
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As many of you know, the library have been adding some French to our program repetoire. We began with a bonus French reading prize in the Summer Reading Club and then we had a French storytime over the winter break.
You might not know that the Terrace Chapter of the Canadian Parents for French (CPF) have been working hard with the library to allow for these things to happen. Thank you all so much.
Now, we have even more to be thankful for. The CPF recently donated 69 books and 2 DVDs to add to our Junior French section. The CPF is also planning to partner with the library to add more French materials for you to borrow! The CPF is amazing!
While we prepare the materials for you all to borrow, you can learn more about our local CPF chapter by visiting their blog.