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New Story Times!

Join us four times each month for special interactive story times
11:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m.
FREE with Museum Admissio

Global Adventures
Enjoy a story and activity related to a country or culture

Friday, August 3 What Are We Without the Coconut Tree?” by Olini C. Fonua

Friday, August 31 -The Voyage of Ché the Tree Frog by Shannon L. Morrison

Friday, October 5 – Ganesha’s Sweet Tooth by Sanjay Patel

Friday, November
– The Littlest Llama by Jane Buxton

Friday, November30 – A World of Cookies for Santa by M.E. Furman

Tuesday Tales
Listen to a great story and then visit the Art Studio to create a masterpiece

Tuesday, August 14 Join us for a special story time presented by Everett Pubic Library

Tuesday, September 11 – Join us for a special story time presented by Everett Pubic Library

Tuesday, October 9 – “My Lucky Day” by Keiko Kasza

Tuesday, November 13 – “Thanksgiving Mice!” by Bethany Roberts

Tuesday, December 11 – “Twas the Night Before Christmas” by Clement C. Moore

Stories Alive
The audience becomes part of the story.

Thursday, August 9 – “I Am Too Absolutely Small for School” by Lauren Child

Thursday, September 20– “Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See?” by Bill Martin Jr.

Thursday, October 18– “Three Cheers for TACKY!” by Helen Lester

Thursday, November 8– “Old MacDonald Had a Workshop” by Lisa Shulman

Thursday, December 6– “Drummer Boy” by Loren Long

Experience Science
See an amazing science demonstration that relates to the story of the week

Wednesday, August 22 – “The McElderry Book of Aesop’s Fables” by Michal Morpurgo

Wednesday, September 26 – “Living Things and Nonliving Things” by Kevin Kurtz

Wednesday, October 24 – “Here We Are: Notes for Living on Planet Earth” by Oliver Jeffers

Wednesday, November 21 – “Snow Rabbit, Spring Rabbit” by Il Sung Na

Wednesday, December 19 – “Octavia and Her Purple Ink Cloud” by Donna & Doreen Rathmell

Leemos Juntos
Join us each week for a Spanish language story time featuring a modern or traditional story book.
Sundays: 2:00 p.m.
FREE with admission