Many new resources have sprung up to give kids access to story times and activities while libraries and schools all over the world remain closed. Here are some links to keep the kids entertained and engaged in books! (Our favorite is Lunch Doodles with Mo Willems @ https://www.kennedy-center.org/education/mo-willems/)
 
Daily newsletter with a schedule of virtual learning events: Reading Connects Us @ https://us19.campaign-archive.com/home/?u=5b876333808499090787c390e&id=454bd22741
 
 
YouTube channel with authors sharing their books and work and hopefully to host panels and other discussions: Authors Everywhere @ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCowhHSUaWp3KJDcuI0nR0vw?view_as=subscriber
 
Story time read by actors and other notable people: Storyline Online @ https://www.storylineonline.net/
For families doing remote learning, here is a great page of resources from New Hampshire PBS, including daily programs for grades K-12: https://nhpbs.org/learnathome/

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During normal library operations, story time is held:
Tuesdays & Fridays at 11:15 AM with Miss Michelle

A mainstay of our Youth Room, Story Time provides opportunities for children to explore the library, make new friends, listen to stories and try their hand at a variety of craft projects. As much a social event as an educational experience, Story Time endeavors to inspire our youngest patrons to become lifelong readers and learners. Recommended for preschool age and younger, but older children are welcome as well. Join us for a new story and craft each week!

Call us with any questions at 679-5944 or email us at hmmlyouth@gmail.com