In Cece Bell’s Bee-Wigged, Jerry Bee just wants to make a friend. However, this is no easy feat when you are the largest bee that anyone has ever seen. Once Jerry finds a wig and is mistaken for a boy, his life changes. When his true identity is revealed, will his life remain the same or will […]
Yes, yes. It is that time of year when social media feeds are either filled with people declaring resolutions for the new year, a word of phrase to guide their year or people making the firm decision to not make resolutions. I decided to make resolutions this year.
The Librarian compiled and shared this list of Thanksgiving Books and Fingerplays and because he’s a librarian and a giver, he okayed me sharing on the blog. Please enjoy these Thanksgiving themed books and fingerplays. Affiliate links are used in this post. Thanksgiving Books (and Finger Plays) Books: Setting the Turkeys Free – W. Nikola-Lisa […]
A few weeks ago I connected with The Librarian over a shared interest in storytelling. We chatted about stories and books and have been exchanging thoughts and ideas ever since. He’s a children’s librarian, I’m a library chick and together we rock. So when inspiration for my storytimes for work seemed to have fizzled, I thought back on a conversation we […]
In one of my Facebook groups, a discussion was started after this article, Losing our grip: More students entering school without fine motor skills, was shared. After chatting with some fellow librarians, an idea I have been procrastinating on to allow for the introduction of activities during storytime which would encourage the building of fine motor skill. […]