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April children's programs at Knoxville Library

 

April 17, 2012



Spring weather means new programs for children at the Knoxville Library.

"Terrific Tales for Toddlers" combines stories and fun activities for children ages 18 months to 3 years who attend with their adult caregivers. There will be age-appropriate books, songs, rhymes followed by social and playtime for participants.

Toddler story time is held every Thursday from 11:30 a.m. to noon, from April 19 through May 24.

A celebration of the Pennsylvania One Book, Every Young Child selection for 2012 will be held for families on Saturday, April 28 at 11:00 a.m. Stop Snoring, Bernard by Zachariah Ohora is this year's book and it humorously relates the tale of a little otter whose snoring causes problems for his animal neighbors in the zoo. Where will Bernard be able to nap when all the animals keep telling him to "Stop snoring, Bernard?!"

Games and activities, snacks and a free book for each family participating in the event will add to the excitement of the day. This program is intended for children from birth to age 6 with an adult caregiver. Register in advance for this program.

The Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh- Knoxville branch is at 400 Brownsville Road, Pittsburgh. For more information, call 412-381-6543, or visit our webpage at the following address: www.carnegielibrary.org/locations/knoxville.

The library can also be found on Facebook by searching for Carnegie Library of PittsburghKnoxville. Our email address is knoxville@carnegielibrary.org

 

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