Parent and Child Book Club
Come join us for our family book discussion. This evening at 7:00pm we will discuss The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane by Kate DiCamillo. Parents and children will discuss the book and share their feelings about it. For children in grades 3 through 5 and the parent of their choice! Books are available in the children's room.
Create Break Grades 3-6
Take a break from thinking and come be creative. Today we will be making three dimensional snowflakes to decorate for winter! For grades 3-6. Sponsored by The Friends of the Library.
Wonder Club for Grades K-2
Winter is on the way. Come here a story or two and make some snowflakes to welcome winter. For grades K-2. All supplies provided. Sponsored by The Friends of the Library.
Grades 4-6 Book Club
Come join other children in grades 4-6 for an evening book club. This evening we will be discussing Leepike Ridge by N.D. Wilson. Books are available in the children's room.
Read to Lead Winter Wonderland Story Time
Join The Read to Lead Team of Morristown High School students as they read winter stories and make a winter craft. For ages 3-8. All supplies will be provided.
Try making some of these Thanksgiving craft ideas:
Everybody loves to make a turkey to celebrate. We give you two different, simple turkey decorations to make your house festive.
Turkey number one is a paper plate, some construction paper and some tissue paper. Cut a paper plate in half. Using some brown paper, cut a circle for your turkey's body. Either draw some eyes, cut some eyes or attach some googly eyes to your turkey. Add an orange triangle beak, some feet and a red wattle. Cut some tissue squares and glue them to your plate. Glue your turkey on top for a quick and easy Thanksgiving craft.
Turkey number two is even easier. Take a brown lunch bag. Cut some construction paper feathers and glue them to the back of the bag. Cut out some construction paper eyes, a beak and wattle and glue them to the front of the bag. Instant turkey decoration done.
If you don't want a turkey decoration, how about a pumpkin? Cut strips of orange the paper. On the outside of the strip, write what you are thankful for. Close the ends of the strips and make a circle. Repeat with each strip, spreading the strips around to form a pumpkin shape, and circle all the strips together at the top. Cut some green leaves and glue or staple them to the top. They can be all different sizes to decorate a table, a counter, or even a windowsill.
by Owen Davey
A wordless picture book in which Foxly sets out to find something to eat for lunch. But who will be invited to join him in his meal at the end?
|You are the Pea, and I am the Carrot
by J. Theron Elkins
A friendship between two very compatible people is described in terms of foods that go together, such as funnel cake with powdered sugar, or salsa and chips.
|Auntie Yang's Great Soybean Picnic
by Ginnie Lo
A Chinese American girl's Auntie Yang discovers soybeans--a favorite Chinese food-growing in Illinois, leading her family to a soybean picnic tradition that grows into an annual community event.
|You Can't Eat a Princess!
by Gillian Rogerson
Princess Spaghetti blasts off into space to save her kidnapped father, King Cupcake, from hungry aliens, who are introduced to a wonderful new food: chocolate.
The Sandwich Shop
by Linda Sue Park
A child, eager for a favorite meal, helps with the shopping, food preparation, and table setting.
|Oscar and the Very Hungry Dragon
by Ute Krause
No princess is around to be fed to the dragon so Little Oscar's name is pulled from the hat. Learn how the boy's cleverness comes to his rescue!
|Granny Torrelli Makes Soup
by Sharon Creech
With the help of her wise old grandmother, twelve year old Rosie manages to work out some problems in her relationship with her best friend, Bailey, the boy next door.
|All Four Stars
by Tara Dairman
Eleven year old Gladys Gatsby loves food and cooking, so when she lands an assignment to write a restaurant review for a New York City newspaper, she will do anything to make it happen, even risk the wrath of her fast-food loving parents.