Learning Activities for Look Up! Bird-Watching in Your Own Backyard

Learning Activities for Look Up Bird-Watching in Your Own Backyard {a Poppins Book Nook post at LibraryAdventure.com}

Young kids love to get outdoors and explore. They run, play, learn, and enjoy all through exploration. Adults might take certain aspects of nature for granted, whereas young kids view them with great awe and wonder. As parents, teachers, and librarians, we can grab that natural awe and help it blossom into fruitful knowledge and gratitude […]

Fake Mustache by Tom Angleberger (A Review)

Fake Mustache by Tom Angleberger (A Review) on LibraryAdventure.com - your tween will want to read this!

If you are looking for a fun, laugh out loud read for your kids, look no further! Fake Mustache was a joy to read and I’m sure you will be treated to many “You’ve got to listen to this bit!” moments. The subtitle of this story by the author of the Origami Yoda series will […]

8 Books About Gardens

8 Books About Gardens on LibraryAdventure.com

With Summer upon us, I thought it was only fitting to bring you my favorite collection of Books About Gardens. These books are so fun and make you want to plant your own garden! Gardening is a great activity you can do with your children (big or small), so enjoy these books and hopefully you […]

15 Tips for Story Time Crafting

15 Tips for Story Time Crafts from LibraryAdventure.com

My Story Times are held in a library that was never intended to accommodate children. Or women for that matter, but that is a different post! Of course since 1760 we have made many improvements and for many, many, many years have encouraged and embraced having children (and women) join us! Including a craft in our […]

Dandelion Wine by Ray Bradbury (A Review)

Dandelion Wine by Ray Bradbury (A Review)

Summertime is a time of nostalgia for me. When I see my kids playing in the backyard, drinking from the water hose, eating ice cream on the porch, and creating backyard adventures, I can easily remember these same times from my own childhood. Do you remember racing down the sidewalk in a new pair of […]