We draped Superman’s cape over a bookshelf at North Hill to inspire patrons to ponder the question: If you had a super power, what would it be? Post-it notes to show their creative answers.
When You Gotta Go, You Gotta Go
Find help for potty training your toddler with North Hill parent teacher books and DVD’s.
Homer, Rich, Biff, Indigo, Bruno, Spencer, Giles, Marian, Webster, Gemma, Ruby, and Violet would like to be one of those lucky bears that get to go home or on a trip with you.
Children, bring your parent in to sign out your bear. Then remember to read to your bear and to write in the journal provided about your adventures. When you are finished, return the bear, backpack, and journal to the library.
After you’ve read about your favorite super heroes, you might try your hand at drawing them. Check out North Hill’s display in the children’s nonfiction area.
Here’s a sneak peak at North Hill’s summer reading program’s theme. Come join us this summer to see for yourself and find something new to read! Display is being created by Allie Elliott.
Display will be up in June at North Hill.
Planning a wedding? North Hill has books, DVD’s, and music CD’s to help you make those important decisions about “THE DRESS,” flowers, music, invitations, wedding customs, and more.
Choose some fun activities to do with your children this summer.
Sally Bailey, North Hill’s children’s librarian, encourages children to sniff rosemary and taste chives.
Although the children were a little shy at first, they are soon reaching for the herbs and sharing them with each other.