West End
Interim Library

'A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court'

Book Club Pick of the Month/with film

The West End Book Club will meet to discuss 

Story Time Reads April 23-27

Early Literacy Tip:Print Motivation: Having an interest in and an enjoyment of books.Read your child's favorite book again and again. Sometimes as you read, pause and ask your child if they understand the story, if not, explain.Baby/Toddler Story Time

Story Time Reads April 9th - 13th

Early Literacy Tip:Read aloud with your child every day. Talk about the stories you read to make them more meaningful to your child. Children will learn about books and print, for example: we read the words, rather than the pictures, from left to right, and from the front of a book to the back. Print ConceptsBooks We Read:Baby/Toddler     Fiddle-i-fee by Jakki Wood

Story Time Reads Week of March 19th

Early Literacy Aside: You may have noticed when I read the book that I not only pointed to the pictures but also to the words. The words are so distinct. It is as if they are part of the artwork.

Story Time Reads Week of March 12th

Early Literacy Aside: Singing songs together not only helps with phonological awareness, hearing sounds, but they also are an enjoyable way to start developing expressive language, talking! Young children repeat what we say. This is the first step for them to express their own thoughts. Songs like this one, Monkeys Jumping on the Bed, have a repeated phrases which makes it easier for toddlers to learn. Let’s try it.    Song: "Five Little Monkeys"    Five little monkeys jumping on the bed.

"A Night to Remember"

Book Club Pick of the Month

The West End Book Club will meet Tuesday, April 17, at 12:30 p.m.

West End Book Club

Discussion of "The Bell Jar"

The West End Book Club will meet to discuss The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath Tuesday, March 20, at 12:30 p.m. in the small meeting room on the second floor. 

Story Time Reads the week of Feb 27th

Rhyming Sounds


Story Time Reads the Week of February 20th

Singing Nursery Rhymes

Early Literacy Aside: Singing slows down language so that children can hear the smaller sounds in words. This helps children learn to sound out the words when they learn to read.Nursery Rhyme: Jack and Jill