Circular – such as Laura Numeroff’s If You Give a Mouse a Cookie (HarperCollins, 1985) or Jules Feiffer’s Back George (HarperCollins, 1999 Revised April 2020 Archer, Peggy, and Anne Wilsdorf. A Hippy-Hoppy Toad. Barnett, Mac. [continue reading]
Storytime Dance Party Revised April 2020 Dance party programs are one of the latest innovations in storytime, encouraging movement and exercise as well as self-expression and the enjoyment of music. You can think of a [continue reading]
Cumulative – such as The House That Jack Built by various authors, Don and Audrey Wood’s The Napping House (Harcourt, 1984), or Laura Thompson’s The Apple Pie That Papa Baked (S&S, 2007). Revised April 2020 [continue reading]
Participation and Call and Response– such as Bill Martin’s Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? (Holt, 1983), Remy Charlip’s Fortunately (Four Winds, 1964), Jules Feiffer’s Bark, George (HarperCollins, 1999), or Ed Emberley’s Go [continue reading]
Short Informational Picture Books Revised April 2020 Adler, David A. Magnets Push, Magnets Pull. Illus. by Anna Raff. Holiday House, 2017. American Museum of Natural History. Baby Elephant Joins the Herd. Sterling, 2019. Angus, Laurie. [continue reading]
Yoga Storytime In recent years several libraries have started a yoga-themed storytime to get the kids moving, focus on their breathing, and allow time to de-stress. These yoga storytimes have proven quite popular! Rather than [continue reading]
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Bernstrom, Daniel. Big Papa and the Time Machine. Shane W. Evans, Illus. Picture Book. HarperCollins, 01/2020. pp. $17.99. 978-0-06-246331-9. OUTSTANDING. GRADES PRE-2. Grandfathers are honored for the stories they tell and the messages of love [continue reading]