Our Summer Readers have been BUSY! Looking for your next book recommendation? Try one from this reader’s list.
Today’s Light Up The Day program at Fox was awesome! We had blacklights, made dayglo potions with highlighters, and painted glowing signs, too.
Looking for some fun vacation or summer reads? Click here and try these suggestions from the Horn Book!
Look at this amazing completed summer reading chart! We heart art!
Come to the Fox Library this Thursday, July 24 at 10:30 a.m. to light up the day! Join Yvonne for a thrilling experiment with color and light and Day-Glo paint. Pick up your free ticket 30 minutes prior. Open to children ages 5-9.
Amazing onesie created by Sacha! Please note that it features the title of one of her favorite non-fiction books, Whitney Stewart’s Who Was Walt Disney.
Some of our Summer Reading participants displaying the foldable Minecraft character and diorama they made!
Photos from our recent marble run event! Thanks for a great program, Engineer Eric!
Cetacean Communication! Today - Monday, July 14, 2 pm.
Dr. Sayigh, a scientist at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, has studied communication in whales and dolphins for over 25 years. She will discuss and play examples of the sounds of various species, from the low moans of the blue whale, the largest animal to have ever lived, to the high pitched squeaks of their much smaller cousins, the dolphins. Kids will be welcome to ask questions. Ages 7+. Pick up a free ticket 30 minutes in advance.