During storytime, we read fun stories, utilize fingerplays, rhyme, and sing songs that will help your child begin the journey of being a lifelong reader as well as develop pre-literacy skills. Pre-literacy skills are the things children know about reading and words before they can read, such as letter shapes and sounds.  Scholastic explains it well >in this article. We also have crafts!


While we are closed to the public, library staff will present storytime on our >Facebook pageStorytime will be a LIVE event and no video will be shared afterward in order for us to stay within free use copyright parameters.




Monday 10:30 a.m.
Baby Storytime, 0-5 years
Tuesday 10:30 a.m.
Preschool, 3-5 years
Wednesday 10:30 a.m.
Toddler Time, 2 & 3 years
Thursday 10:30 a.m.
Friday 10:30 a.m.
Toddler Time, 2 & 3 years
Saturday  10:30 a.m. Preschool, 3-5 years

 *Ages listed are for intended audience. Children of other ages may attend with appropriate supervision.

Special Storytime:

Storytime Online

Reading and interacting with your child is always the best practice, but occasionally utilizing digital resources can help entertain your child as well as develop skills.

Brightly Storytime:
Brightly Storyime brings you full-length picture books read out loud by our storyteller, Ms. Linda. Brightly is a resource to help parents raise lifelong readers. Launched in partnership with Penguin Random House, Brightly features book recommendations for every age and stage, reading tips and insights, seasonal inspirations, author essays, contests, gift guides, and more. Visit them at >

Harper Kids Storytime Read Aloud Playlist
 Enjoy storytime with HarperCollins Children’s books.

KidLit TV
KidLit TV is a winner of the Parents’ Choice Gold Award, the Norton Juster Award for Devotion to Literacy, and one of the American Library Association’s Great Websites For Kids. KLTV is available in over 600,000 schools worldwide via our website and video distribution partners. We’re a diverse group of parents, educators, librarians, kid lit creators, and award-winning filmmakers working together to create fun new ways to reinforce an appreciation of reading that children will carry with them for the rest of their lives.

A lot of d/Deaf kids are being isolated at home without linguistic access. Follow this hashtag on Twitter to find ASL resources being shared. 

Welcome to #SaveWithStories —a spot to watch your favorite celebrities read your favorite children’s books! As COVID-19 hits the U.S., millions of kids need our help to learn & eat, which is why Jennifer Garner started the charity #savewithstories.

The Spanish Experiment
Well-known children’s stories translated into Spanish and spoken by a native Spanish speaker. Great for kids… and adults too! Read along in Spanish or English.

Storyline Online: The SAG-AFTRA Foundation’s award-winning children’s literacy website, Storyline Online, streams videos featuring celebrated actors reading children’s books alongside creatively produced illustrations. Readers include Viola Davis, Chris Pine, Lily Tomlin, Kevin Costner, Annette Bening, James Earl Jones, Betty White and dozens more.

Storytime from Space: 
Story Time from Space is a project of the Global Space Education Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit education foundation. While in space, astronauts are videotaping themselves reading these books to the children of Earth. These videos are being edited and placed on this Story Time From Space website- look under the heading of ” Video Library”.

Storytime with Bill:
Join Little, Brown Young Readers for storytime.

TumbleBooks are animated, talking picture books which teach kids the joy of reading in a format they’ll love. TumbleBooks are created by taking existing picture books, adding animation, sound, music and narration to produce an electronic picture book which you can read, or have read to you. TBL also includes National Geographic videos and games

Unite for Literacy
Unite For Literacy has many stories read aloud in multiple languages.

Taking Home Storytime:

Because of Covid-19 has interrupted our normal storytime schedule, I wanted to provide some helpful hints on how to recreate storytime at home, such as how to choose the perfect books or finding fun songs and fingerplays.

Click on any of the links below to learn about some of our past Toddler Storytimes. You can see what we read, rhymed, and sang. We also provide some helpful literacy tips to try at home.

Every Child Ready to Read Initiative

Every Child Ready to Read 2 is a “research-based series of practices that can help young children develop essential literacy skills that will help them get ready to read and on the right path to school readiness and student success” (>ECRR2). Learning to read starts at birth, so it is never too early to start reading to your child. Studies have shown that children who are read to at an early age have success in more areas than those who have not:

  • Larger Vocabulary
  • Advanced Language Skills
  • Greater Interest in Books
  • More Likely to Want to Learn to Read
  • Better Memory
  • More Creativity
  • More Logical Thinking Skills
  • Greater General Knowledge

Parents and caregivers are a child’s first and best teacher, and it’s important for them to be involved in helping children develop these early skills. In the chart below, we’ve broken down the five best practices that will give children a firm foundation in early literacy, and it also shows what pre-literacy/early literacy skills on which those five practices build.

>Learn more about Every Child Ready to Read. 


January through April (winter/spring)
June-July (summer)
September through mid-December (fall)
No storytimes are held during the months of May, August, and the two weeks of late December so that we can plan for the next storytime session.