What color nose does a green mouse have?

It’s these deep philosophical questions that make it so great to be a children’s librarian. Well, that and the fact that we got to answer reference questions while “testing” out the masks! (They work!)

We use many different materials in our storytelling. Here we are preparing animal masks for the audience to use in our April 10 “One Book, Every Young Child” program, a statewide initiative to highlight the importance of early literacy development in preschoolers. This year the One Book committee has chosen Up, Down, and Around by Katherine Ayres.

You can come and help us have fun! The program starts at 11am. Registration is important (and required), so please give us at a call at 412-622-3122 or send email to children@carnegielibrary.org

Day: Thursday

Date: April 10

Time: 11am

Cost: Totally free!

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