Enjoy Zoom Storytime at home with a nice cup of cocoa!
Prepare to get cozy at home this winter with our free virtual storytimes. Grab whatever you need to get cozy and join Miss April Tuesdays at 10:30 a.m.
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Tuesdays on Zoom at 10:30 a.m.
The Nian Monster
by Andrea Wang
The legendary Nian monster has returned at Chinese New Year. Nian is intent on devouring Shanghai, starting with young Xingling! But Xingling is clever and thinks quickly to outwit him with Chinese New Year traditions.
by Carole Lexa Schaefer
After learning about dragons at school and making their own out of colored paper and feathers, the classmates are suddenly whisked away to a magical world where they collectively become a dragon, flying over snowcapped mountains and swooping through vast meadows.
Bringing in the New Year
by Grace Lin
With the Lunar New Year approaching, a Chinese American family comes together to prepare for the traditional celebration by making dumplings, hanging decorations, putting on their costumes and joining in the parade where fireworks, lion dancers and a long dragon will bring the city street to life.
Martin's Big Words
by Doreen Rappaport
A picture-book biography brings to life the message of a gifted and influential speaker by using some of his own words to tell the story. By the creators of Freedom River. A Caldecott Honor Book.
Let the Children March
by Monica Clark-Robinson
Documents the inspirational peaceful protests in 1963 Birmingham, Alabama, combining poetic text and poignant illustrations that celebrate the powerful words of Martin Luther King, Jr. and the resolve of thousands of African-American children to march for their civil rights.
When Penny Met POTUS
by Rachel Ruiz
Penny knows that her mother works for somebody called the POTUS, but she does not know what that means, and the odd name seems to her to imply some kind of friendly monster.
Grace for President
by Kelly DiPucchio
Excited by the idea of becoming the country's first female president, Grace joins the school's presidential campaign to get her career on track, but when her competition seems to have the support of all the male voters, Grace must use all her campaigning skills to win them over by showing how she is truly the best person for the job.
by Lane Smith
Imagining what it would be like if she were Madame President, a little girl thinks about all the things she would do if she were in power, including vetoing tuna casseroles and establishing treaties amongst fighting pets.
In the Rain with Baby Duck
by Amy Hest
Although her parents love walking in the rain, Baby Duck does not--until Grampa Duck comes down from the attic with a little umbrella and rubber boots that used to belong to another little duck that hated the rain.
by Salina Yoon
Bear is frightened by a thunderstorm in the night, but singing to his toy, Floppy, and being with his parents helps comfort him until the storm goes to sleep, and so does he.
Red Rubber Boot Day
by Mary Lyn Ray
No one can resist putting on a pair of rubber boots and splashing in puddles, in a joyous celebration of the delights of a rainy day by the creators of Mud.