Storytime is a time to share books, stories, songs, and fun while building early literacy skills. Our storytimes are designed to be engaging, educational, and enjoyable.
Monday & Friday: Walk-In Storytime (All ages, no registration required.)
Tuesday @10am: OneStep (for 12mo-23mo with a parent or caregiver. Registration required)
Tuesday @11am: Preschool Storytime (3yo-5yo. Registration required.)
Thursday @10am: TwoStep (24mo-35mo with a parent or caregiver. Registration required.)
1. Participate with your child during storytime. Sing along, move along, dance along!
2. Relax; it's okay if your child doesn't sit still the entire time.
3. Save social conversations and time with phones until after storytime is done.
4. Stay after storytime to socialize, play, pick out books to bring home, and enjoy the library!
Our 2018 Storytime Dates
Winter: January 15th-February 23rd. (Registration begins January 3rd.)
Spring: March 19th-April 27th. (Registration begins March 5th.)
Summer: June 17th-July 27th. (No registration required. All ages walk-in storytimes.)
Fall: September 10th-October 19th. (Registration begins August 20th.)
Late Fall/Early Winter: November 12th-December 21st. (Registration begins October 29th.)
There's an alligator under my bed
by Mercer Mayer
The alligator under his bed makes a boy's bedtime hazardous operation, until he lures it out of the house and into the garage.View on CountyCat
by Andrea Zimmerman and David Clemesha
Little by little, can by can, Mr. Gillie, the trash man, cleans up his town.View on CountyCat
Kitten's first full moon
by Kevin Henkes
When Kitten mistakes the full moon for a bowl of milk, she ends up tired, wet, and hungry trying to reach it.View on CountyCat
Llama Llama mad at Mama
by Anna Dewdney
A young llama wants to play but must go shopping with his mother instead, and so he gets angry and makes a mess at the store.View on CountyCat
Goodnight, goodnight, construction site
by Sherri Duskey Rinker
At sunset, when their work is done for the day, a crane truck, a cement mixer, and other pieces of construction equipment make their way to their resting places and go to sleep.View on CountyCat
by Oliver Jeffers
When Floyd's kite gets stuck in a tree, he tries to knock it down with increasingly larger and more outrageous things.View on CountyCat
Pete the cat and his four groovy buttons
by James Dean
Pete the cat loves the buttons on his shirt so much that he makes up a song about them, and even as the buttons pop off, one by one, he still finds a reason to sing.View on CountyCat
by Neil Gaiman ; illustrated by Adam Rex.
Chu is a little panda with a big sneeze. When Chu sneezes, bad things happen. Will Chu sneeze today?View on CountyCat