Dr. Sess’s birthday on March 2nd is celebrated nationwide by libraries and elementary schools alike. Libraries set up displays and hold events and kids in elementary schools have a reading day where they go to school in their pajamas and read books the whole day. Why not continue the celebration with these coloring pages to celebrate Dr. Seuss!
Check out COMIC: How to Raise Informed Citizens from NPR that talks about 6 ways to raise children to be informed, and active in the community. The graphics are perfect for you to share with your kids. Some ways include making it fun by creating games and using maps and charts. Also, by telling children about the good and the bad side of history.
We are proud to announce that the Riverton Library Library Association is now accepting donations through Paypal. The PayPal donation button is located on the main webpage on the right side as well as on our Contact page. All donations go in maintain our building and grounds, and other resources used at the library.
This year’s theme for Black History Month is The Black Family: Representation, Identity, and Diversity. Join us in celebrating the many achievements, and contributions African Americans have made to the community and society. Also, look at the BCLS books of interest for this month such as Lifting as We Climb by Evette Dionne and Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe.
While it’s cold outside and you are stuck inside why not try out these five tiny chores to help improve life as published in The New York Times? Also, before you know it Spring will be here and so will spring cleaning. Why not get an early start on it?