Babies and Books!
By Angela J. Reynolds, Community Engagement Coordinator
Annapolis Valley Regional Library
Why read to your baby? There are so many reasons, but here at the library, some of our favourites include spending quality time together, hearing new words, creating a lifelong love of books, and enhancing imagination. Babies can start to see patterns and distinguish colours as young as two months; baby board books are a great way to develop those synapses. Of course we have many board books at the library, but we don’t stop there. Spring is in the air and so is Baby Storytime. Get out and socialize with other new parents, and share books, rhymes, and songs at our FREE library events. Here’s the Babies and Books round up for spring!
TUESDAYS: Babies & Books in the Kentville Library, April 3 – May 8, 10:30 AM, for ages 0-2.
TUESDAY April 10 and May 1 in Middleton, Wee Reads for ages 0-5, 10:30 AM
WEDNESDAYS: Talk, Sing, Read Storytime in Berwick, 9:45-10:45, ages 0-5
WEDNESDAYS: Babies & Books in Windsor, May 2- June 6, 10:30 – 11 AM, ages 0-2
THURSDAYS: Babies & Books in Wolfville, through May 31, ages 0-2, 10 AM
FRIDAYS: Busy Babies in Port Williams, 10:30 AM, for ages 0-2
Check our calendar of events at valleylibrary.ca for more storytimes and events!