Posts Tagged:children’s programs

Summer Reading Saturday Special

  Thank you for joining the Montauk Library, Summer Reading Saturday Special.  Today, Theresa will be showing you how to create your own beach scene using rocks and pebbles from your backyard or the beach to make turtles and other unique designs. Don’t forget to go to ReadSquared after the video and use the secret… Read more »

Tuesday Storytime!

  Thank you for joining the Montauk Library Tuesday Storytime. Listen to the story, I Really Like Slop! by Mo Willems, read by Linda Delalla, Library Assistant.   Piggie really likes slop.  REALLY likes slop! She wants Gerald to try her favorite food.  Will Gerald be brave enough to try something he is sure he… Read more »

Hometown Heroes Storytime

  Many members of the Montauk community have stepped up to assist those in need or have continued to provide needed services during the past few months. The Library would like to celebrate members of the Montauk Community with, Hometown Heroes Storytime. Enjoy as Anthony Sosinski, aboard the Anna Mary, reads, Pirates Go To School… Read more »

Summer Reading Saturday Special

  Hi! Welcome to a special summer reading edition of Sharing Music with Lori! The 2020 Summer Reading Program theme is Imagine Your Story with a focus on fairytales, folklore and magic! Have fun exploring some traditional songs and you might even learn a new one! Don’t forget to log your mission on ReadSquared for… Read more »

Bilingual Storytime with Mary Jane

    Listen as Mary Jane reads, Off We Go to Mexico by Laurie Krebs. Visit turquoise seas, grey whales, monarch butterflies and native villages. Sing and dance to the music of Mariachi bands. This beautifully illustrated book teaches children Spanish words and phrases and discover Mexican culture.  

Tuesday Storytime!

  Thank you for joining the Montauk Library Tuesday Storytime. Listen to the story, Summer Song by Kevin Henkes, read by Lonna Theiling, Children’s Librarian. In book, Summer Song, bees buzz, birds sing, and children roll in the grass and feel the heat of the summer sun. With verbal imagery, repetition, and alliteration, this book introduces… Read more »