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Storytime Returns In-Person to the Library by Brittney Uecker - I have an exciting announcement that I’ve been waiting to share with our library community for a while. Beginning Friday May 21st, our two storytime programs, Books & Babies and PreK/Kinder Storytime, will resume in-person at the Library. Books & Babies (ages 0-2 and caregivers) will be held every Friday at 10:30AM and PreK/Kinder Storytime
Celebrating National Poetry Month with Multifaceted Children’s Poet, Shel Silverstein by Brittney Uecker - Naturally, we are a little obsessed with National Poetry Month here at the Library. From our book displays to our latest podcast episode to word-of-mouth, we have been all about poetry for the month of April. To keep the trend going, let’s talk about one of my favorite poets and quintessential children’s wordsmiths: Shel Silverstein.
Journal Your Way into a New Season by Brittney Uecker - If you haven’t noticed, spring is in the air here in lovely Lewistown. Though it comes every year, the welcomed shift of a new season always feels like a fresh start and a spark of inspiration. The changes in the air, the sunlight, the scents and sounds come piecemeal, but together catapult us into a
Check Out These Exciting New Youth Non-Fiction Titles by Brittney Uecker - Several new additions have been recently added to the youth non-fiction collection that will intrigue young readers of all ages and provide information and perspective on key topics. Starting Out Baby Animals series by Kate Riggs – This irresistible series about unique baby animals utilizes simple words and explanations for the youngest readers. Close-up pictures
Two Montana-Based Writing Contests for All Ages by Brittney Uecker - February offers two exciting writing contests for Montana writers of all ages, and the opportunity to win some awesome prizes and showcase your work. The 13th Annual Missoula Writes contest is organized by the Missoula Public Library and accepts fiction, non-fiction and poetry submissions from Montana residents ages eight and up. Entries are judged by