The early years in the library are full of excitement and laughter. Children K-3 enjoy a weekly storytime with lively readings of excellent books, rich discussions, age appropriate curriculum, ukulele sing-a-longs and fun fingerplays. 4th and 5th graders transition from storytime to the library tables, where they learn vital research and information literacy skills, enjoy read-alouds and take full advantage of everything our library has to offer. All of the children learn to confidently navigate the library and choose books that are just right for them.

It’s my intention to send them off to 6th grade and beyond with fond memories of their time in the library, a desire to come back often, a confidence in their research skills, a love of literature, and a deep understanding of the value and wonder of a library.

-Mrs. Neville

Congratulations to my top 25 students who checked out the MOST books this year!