Storytime

Learning begins at birth, and parents are a child’s first and most important teachers. Help your child get ready to read with storytimes for children offered by your library. Most branches offer regular storytimes in which children’s librarians share books, stories, rhymes and songs with you and your child. Storytimes encourage language and pre-reading skill development that help your child grow into a successful reader. Parents are encouraged to participate.

Baby Storytime

Monday, March 25 9:30 AM
Cornelius

Babies experience brain stimulation through language and socialization. Engage your little one with new sights and sounds through books, songs, and rhymes.

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Family Storytime: 0-2 years

Monday, March 25 9:30 AM
Mint Hill

Bring your whole family out to enjoy stories, songs, and movement activities that support early literacy skill development and help foster a love of books and reading in your child.

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Family Storytime

Monday, March 25 9:30 AM
Steele Creek

Bring your whole family out to enjoy stories, songs, and movement activities that support early literacy skill development and help foster a love of books and reading in your child. Parents and caregivers are encouraged to participate.

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Active Reading Workshop (Part 2 of 2)

Monday, March 25 9:30 AM
Matthews

Come learn fun ideas and activities that you can use to support early literacy at home. Learn how to use the ABC’s of Active Reading one on one with your child. For parents and caregivers – come prepared to play and learn together with your child.

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Toddler Storytime

Monday, March 25 9:30 AM
Morrison Regional

Toddlers build language skills, participate in music and movement activities, and discover the fun of books. Explore letters, sounds, and new words through stories and activities. Please see "Learn More" for ticketing information

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Baby Storytime

Monday, March 25 9:40 AM
Myers Park

Babies experience brain stimulation through language and socialization. Engage your little one with new sights and sounds through books, songs, and rhymes.

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