Take a walk and read two new bilingual (English/Spanish) picture books as you stroll on our new and improved Story Walk displays at Carousel and Rockwood Parks! Displays will rotate locations bi-monthly. Enjoy Story Walks from dawn until dusk. All ages. FR
Carousel Park Story Walk
Why Would Elephants Rather Play Tag? by Silvina Rocha
Friends of all shapes and sizes play hide and seek. The mouse counts to ten. The bee hides in a matchbox, the cat hides in the piano, and the elephant looks, and looks, and looks...Will he be able to find a hiding spot in time? This story invites children into a fun game of hide and seek and is ideal for beginner readers.
Glasgow Park Story Walk *NEW*
2275 Pulaski Highway, Bear
Pim, Pam, Pom and Mucho Mouse by Karen Schleewis
Pim, Pam and Pom are three toothbrushes determined to help their friend Mucho Mouse keep his teeth clean. Based on research and recommendations from the American Dental Association, the story combines humor, exciting illustrations, and dental-friendly language. One of the best introductions for toddlers and preschoolers to learn the importance of caring for their teeth.
Rockwood Park Story Walk
Emma and the Bees by Virginia Mortola
Emma is a curious girl. She likes to explore and learn. And she does it right in her neighborhood, very close to her home. Her curiosity takes her to venture into the world of bees: their magic, their mystery, and the delicate natural balance that is necessary for them to continue to fulfill their role in the ecosystem. The ecosystem of Emma, her neighborhood, and everyone.A story that brings us closer to a world full of color, music, and silence. A place that invites thoughtful contemplation where, if we close our eyes, we can hear the subtle sound of honeycombs, the scent of wildflowers, and the sweetness of honey.