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New Story Times!

Join us twice each week for interactive story times. Hear a classic story or discover a new favorite.

Tuesdays: 11:00 a.m. & 2:00 p.m.
Sundays: 2:00 pm ¡En español!

FREE with Museum Admission

Global Adventures
Enjoy a story and activity related to a country or culture
Tuesday, January 29
– The Empty Pot by Demi
Tuesday, February 26 – Too Many Leprechauns by Stephen Krensky

Tuesday Tales
Listen to a great story and then visit the Art Studio to create a masterpiece
Tuesday, January 8 – Katy and the Big Snow by Virginia Lee Burton
Tuesday, February 12 – Sweet Dream Pie by Audrey Wood
Tuesday, March 12 – Umbrella by Taro Yashima

Stories Alive
The audience becomes part of the story.
Tuesday, January 15 – Tackylocks and the Three Bears by Helen Lester
Tuesday, February 5 – Bark, George by Lynne Mayer
Tuesday, March 5 – We’re Going on a Bear Hunt by Helen Oxenbury
Tuesday, March 26 – The Book with No Pictures by B.J. Novak

Experience Science
See an amazing science demonstration that relates to the story of the week
Tuesday, January 22 – Sweet Tooth by Margia Palatini
Tuesday, February 19 – Newton and Me by Lynne Mayer
Tuesday, March 19 – The Listening Walk by Paul Showers

Leemos Juntos

Let’s Read Together
Enjoy a Spanish language story time featuring a modern or traditional story book.
Sundays: 2:00 p.m.

Sunday, January 6 – No! by Marta Altes
Sunday, January 13 – El mitón by Jan Brett
Sunday, January 20 – El pequeño Elliot by Mike Curato
Sunday, January 27 – Monstruo Rosa by Olga de Dios

Sunday, February 3 – ¿Eres mi mamá? by P.D. Eastman
Sunday, February 10 – Los dientes de Trino Rojo by Marta Zafrilla
Sunday, February 17 – ¿Cómo son buenos amigos los dinosaurios? by Jane Yolen
Sunday, February 24 – Harold y el lápiz color morado by Crockett Johnson

Sunday, March 3 – Huevos verdes con jamón by Dr. Seuss
Sunday, March 10¡Más te vale, Mastodonte! by Micaela Chirif
Sunday, March 17 – Oso pardo, oso pardo, ¿Qué ves ahí? by Bill Martin Jr.
Sunday, March 24 – Hecho en Mexico by Peter Laufer
Sunday, March 31 – La luz de Lucía by Margarita Del Malzo