Posts Tagged:children

Throwback Thursday – Happiness is…

Throwback Thursday – Happiness is…

Until one has loved an animal, a part of one’s soul remains unawakened. — Anatole France, 19th-century French poet, novelist, and journalist Clearly in agreement are more than 70 people who sent in photos of their “babies” for a Montauk Library community slideshow called “Pets of Montauk.” Dogs frolicking on the beach, cats curled on… Read more »

Throwback Thursday – Happy Mother’s Day

Woodrow Wilson made Mother’s Day an official holiday in 1914, “as a public expression of our love and reverence for the mothers of our country.” But seeds had already been sown – even by ancient Greeks and Romans, who honored the mother goddesses with festivals. In the 19th century, Anna Reeves Jarvis helped organize “Mother’s… Read more »

Bilingual Storytime with Mary Jane: Tito Puente

Welcome to Bilingual Storytime with Mary Jane. Today, Mary Jane will be honoring National Hispanic Heritage Month by reading Tito Puente by Monica Brown. This story is about a young Tito Puente, who is known as “The Godfather of Salsa”. For more info about the author, visit

Bilingual Storytime with Mary Jane: French ABC’s

Welcome to Bilingual Storytime with Mary Jane. Today, Mary Jane will be reading ABC French by Daniel Roode. Learn basic French by learning the French alphabet and French words that begin with each letter. For more books by the author, visit

Trivia Junior!

Answer the trivia questions below and win a prize bag to be picked up at the library.  Email answers to  Good Luck!