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It’s all about the feathers … I began by showing the children a globe and asking if they knew what it was. The verbal response was “the earth!” and I supplied the word “globe.” I asked where they lived and … Continue reading
You can warm up your audience (depending on their age!) with a few batty riddles: What bat do you find at the circus? An acro-bat! Why did the little bat want to get a job? He was tired of just … Continue reading
historyhobbit: A tiny patron decided that our butterflies need a book display and a sign encouraging people to check them out.
Don’t miss Jason Chin’s latest nonfiction picture book, Gravity! Definitely going to use this for Wonderworks storytime!http://jasonchin.net/?book=gravity