Free Books for Kids Program Please note there are still some of the titles below in the children's section at the library for families of children birth to age 5 to enjoy. More titles will come soon.
The following books have been given to children in our community as of 2012. All books are ordered from Scholastic Book Clubs. Deep Snow, by Robert Munsch Iggy Pig's Snowball Fight!, by Vivian French A Silly Snow Day, by Michael Coleman Snowy Day, by Ezzra Keetz Curious George a Winter's Nap, by H. A. Rey, Mark London Williams The Napping House,by Audrey Wood
Here's a quick peek of the books coming this spring... Chicken Little by Laura Raer Curious George Tadpole Trouble by H. A. Rey, Mark London Williams Clifford's Field Day by Norman Bridwell
Resource Donated in the Community NEW for 2013 No Cook Snacks by Immacula A. Rhodes. This book provides the opportunity for children to explore math, science and early literacy. Enjoy making some of these snacks together at home.
Picture Sorting for Phonemic Awareness, by Nancy Jolson Leber. This book has many games and activities for families to prepare children for reading. Let's Celebrate Kids! Enjoy All About Me, by Christy Hale. This book is great for center community building or as a family. Talk about moods, favorite things and how we change. Also early learning centers can check out The Big Book of Pre-K Learning Centers, by Diane C. Ohanesian. This book provides more ideas to support your teachings in helping prepare children for Kindergarten.
The resources below have been donated to both Durham and Levi Coe Libraries as of 2012. The complete set: Best of Dr. Jean * Science and Math * Reading and Writing * Puppets and Storytime * Hands -On Art
Adorable Wearables That Teach About the human Body, by Donald M. Silver and Patricia A. Wynne
Copies of the Journal of the National Association for the Education of Young Children are also donated. This journal is published six times a year. All past journals can also be accessed at www.naeyc.org.
parent education, early childhood activities, learning together, literacy, social development, transistions, cooking with young children, learning through reading