Kids' Events Highlights
Check Out the Children's Blog
The Children’s Room has started a new blog for book reviews by you! Go to http://lplkidsblog.blogspot.com/ and post your review today. It’s also a great place to go to get some ideas on what to read!
Storytime is going on now, but there may be some spots left! Storytimes are for Ages 0-6 and run from Tuesday-Thursday. Storytime is an early literacy opportunity where thematic books, songs, rhymes, and movement activities, as well as a craft, actively engage children to build language, social, and literacy skills. Please call the Children’s Room at (401)333-2422 ext. 15 with questions or to register.
- Tikes and Tales (Ages 3-4) - Tuesday 10:00 AM
- Twilight Tales (Ages 4-6) - Tuesday 7:00 PM
- Baby Rhyme Time (Ages 0-18mo) - Wednesday 10:00 AM
- Toddler Time (Ages 2-3) - Thursday 10:00 AM
- Tales for Tots (Ages 2-4) - Thursday 11:00 AM
Crafts for Kids
Do you like crafts? Do you like to paint, color, and draw? Then join the children’s room for our new craft programs. The following crafts are for ages 3 and up.
Grab Bag Craft
Scissors and glue and markers, oh my! Stop by the children’s room for this crafting day on Saturday, May 28th at 11:00 AM where what you take is what you make! Crafts of all kinds will be available for little hands to create. (Ages 4 and up).
Father's Day Craft
Young crafters can sign up to come in to the Children’s Room and create a very special Father’s Day craft! Handmade gifts are always fun so don't miss your chance! Join us on Saturday, June 11th at 11:00am to make a charming craft for a special dad.
Silly Sand Characters
It’s a silly crafting day at Lincoln Public Library! Join the Children’s Room to create Silly Sand Characters Saturday, June 25th at 11:00am! These fun and cheerful crafts will be sure to brighten any day.
Design and create your own project with the Art Club! Come in to the Children's Room and make something fun and unique each month! Whether it's painting or posters or stamps galore there is always something new to be made at the library. Art Club meets once monthly on Monday night at 6:00 PM. Please call the children's room at (401)333-2422 ext. 15 with questions or to register. Ages (8-12)
3rd Monday of the Month 6:00 PM
Every had a literary snowball fight? Book Club has! It’s a fun place for kids who love to read to come and talk about books! Each month we discuss a new book over snacks and do fun activities. Books available at the Circulation Desk. Please call the children’s room at 401-333-2422 ext. 15 with questions or to register. (Grades 4-6/Ages 8-12)
Join us on June 20th to discuss The Fairytale Detectives by Michael Buckley.
This first book in the Sisters Grimm series introduces two orphaned sisters, Sabrina and Daphne, who are sent to live with their mysterious grandmother. When they learn they are descendants of the Brothers Grimm, they soon discover it is the Grimm family's legacy to keep the Everafters in line--and the two sisters are the sole heirs to this challenge.
Saturdays 2:00-3:30 PM : 5/7, 6/4, 6/18
The Library’s Duplos and Legos are available for your creative use and to try out our weekly challenges! Check it out!
Unless otherwise noted, registration opens 2 weeks before each event. Please call the Children's Room at 333-2422, ext. 15 to reserve a spot.
The TumbleBook Library now offers a selection of graphic novels,
including Geronimo Stilton and Nancy Drew! There's also picture books, chapter books,
read-a-longs, and much more. Check it out!
The Lincoln Public Library subscribes to the TumbleBookLibrary, an online collection of animated, talking picture books. Check them out!
The Children's Room is now blogging on Tumblr!
Check it out!
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