Story Programs at the Miller Library
Join us each month for stories and activities that celebrate gardens, plants, and nature! Programs are presented one Saturday a month September through June, for children ages 3 to 8 and their families. All ages are welcome.
APPLE FOR THE TEACHER STORY PROGRAM
Saturday, September 29, 2012
For many of us, school is back in session. A crisp fall morning is the perfect time to enjoy a little homemade applesauce and hear some new stories about fall's crunchiest fruit.
APPLE by Nikki McClure
THE APPLE DOLL by Elisa Kleven
APPLE PIE ABC by Alison Murray
OWLS STORY PROGRAM
Saturday, October 20, 2012
Do you love owls? These silent nighttime hunters are the stars of today's books, and our art project, a window hanging, features their glowing eyes.
WHO HOO ARE YOU? By Kate Endle
ANIMAL LIVES: THE BARN OWL by Sally Tagholm and Bert Kitchen
DARK EMPEROR by Joyce Sidman and Rick Allen
WHOO GOES THERE> by Jennifer A. Ericsson and Bert Kitchen
A-MAZE-ING CORN STORY PROGRAM
Saturday, November 17, 2012
Have you ever visited a corn maze? Learn more about how people grow corn, enjoy funny stories, and have fun making a popcorn bird feeder at this story program.
MOUSE & MOLE AND THE YEAR ROUND GARDEN by Doug Cushman
WHAT'S FOR LUNCH? CORN by Pam Robson
IN THE GARDEN: WHO'S BEEN HERE by Linsday Barrett George
EVERGREEN STORY PROGRAM
Saturday, December 15, 2012
In the Pacific Northwest, we treasure our evergreen forests, and today's stories celebrate them. After the stories you'll have time to color a tree picture or use homemade salt dough to sculpt your own evergreen tree.
GRANDPA GREEN by Lane Smith
THE TREE by Dana Lyons
DOUGLAS FIR by Wendy Davis