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Parents and Educators are welcome to join us for a brief summary presentation of the library’s Storytime,

Every Child Ready to Read.  An introduction to 1000 Books Before Kindergarten will also be presented by Youth Services staff.

PARENTS & EDUCATORS ECRR WORKSHOP

Register Online (Free) Thursday, January 26, 2017
1-2:30pm (light snacks and incentives)

Take your child to the Library!





Saturday, February 4, 2017

Story Time @ 11am (all ages)

Guys Read @ 11am (ages 8-12)

 

 No School Days

Storytime followed by activities & Movie

Monday, January 16, 2017 @ 10am

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Every Child Ready to Read

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday & Friday from 10:30am to 11:15am

10:30am --Line up at the Youth Services Desk for a name tag
Story Time Room: Toddler (age 0-3) with parent/guardian
Library Laboratory: Preschool (age 3-5) for hands-on literacy activities

10:50am -- Rotation
Story Time Room: Preschool (age 3-5)
Library Laboratory: Toddler (age 0-3) with parent/guardian

Afterschool Story Time @ 3:30pm (everyone welcome)
No activity, except special events - followed by a family movie at 4pm


February 6, 7, 9, 10

“Stomping into Storytime”

Never Follow a Dinosaur

February 13, 14, 16, 17

 “Love is Sweet”

Bring Valentines to story time for the Tippie Toe Parade! 

Pete the Cat

 

February 21, 23, 24

 “Down on the Farm”

Work on a real typewriter!

Click, Clack. Moo Cows That Type

 

February 27, 28, March 2, 3

“The Shape of Me”

Read Across America Celebration Week begins!

The Shape of Me

 
Navajo Fingerplays Spanish Fingerplays
Atchini t'a yigaatdee' saad yiidoottah Todas Los NINOS listos para LEER

No School Days/ Holiday Time

The library follows the Farmington Municipal School Calendar
Check Library Events Calendar for Schedule and Updates
Sign up for monthly Youth News

No School Day Friday, February 10, Storytime at 10:30
& Movie “The Good Dinosaur” @ 1pm to 3pm

 

Early Release Day Monday, February 13
“Be My Valentine, Charlie Brown”  Movie @ 1pm to 3pm

 

Early Release Day Monday, February 27
Dr. Seuss Matinees @ 1 pm to 3pm

 

Motown Celebration on Saturday, February 25 @ 1pm
American Girl "Melody" featuring Brenda Hollingsworth Marley

American Girl "Melody"Brenda Hollingsworth Marley


 

PROFESSIONAL STORYTELLER, Elaine Muray

Monday, February 27, PROFESSIONAL STORYTELLER, Elaine Muray           
Storytime Room @ 6pm (no registration required)

 

rGuys Read Charter

Thunderboy Jr.

 

Thunder Boy Jr.
Book by Sherman Alexie
Saturday, February 4 @ 11am

Thunder Boy Jr. is a charming story of a boy who loves his Dad, who people call Big Thunder--he just doesn't want to be Little Thunder. He wants to be more than a Junior. He wants his own identity. With the help of his younger sister, he searches for the perfect.

Research shows that boys will read if they are given materials that interest them.  Boys prefer to read Non-Fiction, Humor, Comics and Graphic Novels. 

Recommend your Favorite Book and find more Favorites in our collection. Sign our National Guys Read Charter!  Dads, brothers, big brothers welcome!

 

 


Children's Cool Quick Links

 

AR BookFinder- Searching for Accelerated Reader books is fun and easy with this free online tool.

DMarie Time Capsule-On this day in history

Live Homework Help-Live one-to-one help is available Every day from 4:00pm to 10:00pm MTN


Children's Quick Book Links (Online Card Catalog for Recommended Reading)

 

Land of Enchantment Book Awards

Caldecott Newbery Award

Newbery Award

Coretta Scott King Book Awards

Belpré Medal

New Mexico Digital Collections (Download)

Clarkness.Com (Free Stories and eBooks for the Beginning Reader


1000 Books befero KINDERGARTEN
1KB4K Reading Program for every child in your family, from infant to Kindergarten. 
The goal is to have read 1,000 books. 

Does reading 1,000 books seem totally overwhelming?
3 books a day for 1 year = 1,095 books

1 book a day for 3 years = 1,095 books

Read the same book over, and over, and over!  Read in any language, library storytimes count, too!  Studies have shown that reading with your child provides a great opportunity for bonding, is fun and will create life-long memories for both of you!  Keep track of the titles of books that you read with your child.   

Reading Lists: 
Books Your Child Should Hear Before Kindergarten

The Farmington Public Library Youth Services will provide you with a prize for the first 100 books read. 
Please bring your log to Story Time and/or a youth program. 

 

Download Android AppDownload Apple App

Download the Android App or Apple App or download and print Reading Log Sheets

Youth Services Program Statistics

 

Story Time YTD Stats

Prime Time YTD Stats

2016 Summer Reading Pie Chart

#ReadFarmington  2017  One in a Million

There is a possibility that photographs taken of you and your family might be used by the Farmington Public Library for publicity. Please inform us at the program if you do not want your photo taken.

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