preschoolers

Princess Baby

By Karen Katz

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A toddler does not like any of the nicknames her parents have for her; she wants to be called by her "real" name, Princess Baby. JE Fic Kat Suggested for ages 2-5.
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The Very Fairy Princess

By Julie Andrews and Emma Walton Hamilton; Illustrated by Christine Davenier

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Despite her scabby knees and dirty fingernails, Geraldine knows that she is a princess inside and shows it through her behavior at home and in school. JE Fic And Suggested for ages 3-5.
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Mudluscious: Stories and Activities Featuring Food for Preschool Children

By Jan Irving

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This light-hearted sourcebook for teachers and librarians describes food-related activities, including stories, rhymes, fingerplays, crafts, cooking and tasting experiences, and short skits, designed to delight young minds while teaching skills. Each group of recommended picture books is supplemented by topical songs, poems, chants, flannel board constructions, and puppet skits.

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Edward Unready For School

By Rosemary Wells

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When they send him to preschool, Edward's parents discover that different children are ready for school at different times. JE Fic Wel

Suggested for ages 3 - 6

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Wemberly Worried

By Kevin Henkes

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Wemberly worries about everything, but she's especially worried about the first day of preschool.

Suggested for ages 4 - 7

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Robert Munsch Tells Kid-Tested Stories

Moira has the perfect birthday planned. "I want to invite grade 1, grade 2, grade 3, grade 4, grade 5, grade 6, aaaaand kindergarten." Mom says no, so Moira asks her dad.

Dad says no, but somehow everybody in every grade "...aaaaand kindergarten" shows up for the party. The house is full, and the kids are hungry, but luckily Moira knows what to do to save the day.

After Hours Storytimes

After Hours Storytimes

Most library programs for preschoolers take place on weekday mornings.  But if you or your spouse is at work then, how can you bring your child to storytimes?