Join us on the 2nd Saturday of the month for storytime with science and art activities for individuals of all ages with a diagnosis of SXI, CI, ASD, and speech and language impaired.
Please note, this is not a drop-off program.
Why can’t anyone say my name? Why is my friend’s skin darker than mine? Why are people standing in line for food?
Kids ask tough questions.
With all they see and hear in the media, as parents and caregivers, we often don’t have all the answers.
Beginning this fall, children ages 5-9 with parents and caregivers are invited to a Storytime for Tough Topics. Community experts will help foster and guide conversations on topics such as stereotypes, race and poverty through children’s literature in a safe, age-appropriate environment.
All Are Welcome by Alexandra Penfold, illustrated by Suzanne Kaufman
September 7 Concord Branch, 10:30 AM
September 21 Carnegie Library, 2:00 PM
African American Experience
Crown: An Ode to a Fresh Cut by Derrick Barnes
October 5 Spring Arbor, 10:30 AM
October 19 Carnegie Library, 2:00 PM
Maddi’s Fridge by Lois Brandt, illustrated by Vin Vogel
November 2 Brooklyn Branch, 10:30 AM
November 16 Carnegie Library, 2:00 PM
Questions? Contact the Carnegie Library at 517-788-4087 ext. 1309