Resources for home learning

Here are some fun links to free online resources, to liven up your days at home with students! This is a great time to READ, books as well as recipes!!

https://www.juniorlibraryguild.com/at-home?utm_term=Learn%20More%21&utm_campaign=FREE%20eBook%20access%20for%20your%20homebound%20readers%21&utm_content=email&utm_source=Act-On+Software&utm_medium=email

Mo Willems, on of our favorite authors for children (Don’t Let The Pigeon Drive the Bus, Elephant & Piggy books, etc.). has free “Lunch Doodles” sessions. Draw with Mo here:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RmzjCPQv3y8

This is a great time to try cooking with your kids! Here are some recipes to get you started!

The Wilderness Center is offering some fun videos with activities to do with kids, whether you are inside or out.

https://www.wildernesscenter.org/education/educational-resources/?utm_source=April+Events+Oops&utm_campaign=April+Events+Oops&utm_medium=email

The Mazza Museum at the U. Of Findlay is a wonderful museum of original art from Children’s Books illustrators.  They are offering a virtual StoryTime- check it out!

The Library will be closed until further notice.

The decision to close is a difficult one, knowing that many depend on our library to access the internet, find resources and good books to read. We hope you will take this time to stay home, enjoy the outdoors, read, and catch up on doing some of those things you haven’t had time to do.

In the midst of every crisis lies great opportunity“. -Albert Einstein

StoryTime canceled through March

Due to the Coronavirus(COVID 19) situation, StoryTime will be canceled until further notice. Please keep reading to your children at home!! At this time the library will remain open when volunteers are available.