Check out these 2016 Children’s Book Award Winners!
Trombone Shorty / words by Troy “Trombone Shorty” Andrews ; pictures by Bryan Collier.
Last stop on Market Street / words by Matt de la Peña ; pictures by Christian Robinson.
Waiting / Kevin Henkes.
To access the library catalog, go to the Chester library main page at http://www.chesterlibsc.org, scroll down until you see a blue bar on the right that says Database Links, it is the 2nd to last item in the subsection
Cuentos y canciones
Gladys Salinas Faulks
Sábado 7 de mayo/Saturday, May 7
For children of all ages and their parents.
Para niños de todas las edades y sus padres.
Chester County Main Library
100 Center Street
Storytime takes a break in May as we prepare for the Summer Reading Program in June.
Do you have a school project? With your library card, you have access to a number of databases from home. Opposing viewpoints is a database that helps high school students complete school projects. Friday, April 22, 2016 is Earth Day – check out opposing viewpoints information about Earth Day and the environment. By the way, we also have “opposing viewpoints” related books in the library.
To access this database, go to the Chester library main page at http://www.chesterlibsc.org, scroll down until you see a blue bar on the right that says Database Links, it is the 2nd to last item in the subsection.
We, at the library, encourage you to drop in this week and either get a library card or use your library card. The books are free!
Your library card gives you access to books 24/7.
Ask us more about how you can download free ebooks with your library card!
Monday, April 11th 10:30 AM-11:00 AM
Great Falls Library – Tuesday, April 12 10:30 AM-11:00 AM
Lewisville Library – Wednesday, April 13 10:30 AM – 11:00 AM
Storytime this week will kick off the “Week of the Young Child.”
Sponsored by the Chester County Library and First Steps
What is the week of the Young Child?
The Week of the Young Child, was begun by the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC), an organization that focuses on providing systems and practices that promote the developmental growth of young children. The Week of the Young Child (WOYC), April 10-16 offers a platform for shining a spotlight on the importance of early childhood in a child’s development. Best practices for the youngest learners begin before their birth. Regular prenatal checkups, is a launch-pad for a child to enter the world able to thrive, with the potential to grow physically and intellectually into a productive member of society. Literacy can be a portal to countless adventures to anywhere at any time. This “door to adventure” sets the tone for the week. “Doors to Adventure” will be opened as volunteers branch out at various sites to read to preschool children in childcare centers and childcare homes in community locations.