Story Time

My Diary of a Traveling Hedgehog, or Where Does Happiness Live?

Hope Silver and Julia  Kosivchuk present the illustrated story, My Diary of a Traveling Hedgehog, or Where Does Happiness Live?, that tells about the humorous and wondrous adventures of a little Hedgehog who, as a bona fide adult at the age of three, decides it's high time to see more of the world.

Travel into Summer Reading with Hedgehog, because reading takes you everywhere!

Join us for an interactive puppet show, funny questions, riddles, drawing and a lot of fun! 

Bring kids of any age.

Light refreshments, paper and crayons will be provided.

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Baby & Toddler Story Time@West

Baby and Toddler Story Time includes stories, songs, lap-bounces and tickles for babies and toddlers 6 mos-35 mos and their parents. The program is held the first three Saturdays of every month at 10:15 a.m. and lasts approximetly thirty minutes. This is an interactive program for parent and child, so come ready to participate and share the fun with your child. Following story time, children and parents are invited to stay and play in the West Community Meeting Room until 11:45 a.m. A wide variety of age-appropriate toys are available.

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Baby & Toddler Story Time@West

Baby and Toddler Story Time includes stories, songs, lap-bounces and tickles for babies and toddlers 6 mos-35 mos and their parents. The program is held the first three Saturdays of every month at 10:15 a.m. and lasts approximetly thirty minutes. This is an interactive program for parent and child, so come ready to participate and share the fun with your child. Following story time, children and parents are invited to stay and play in the West Community Meeting Room until 11:45 a.m. A wide variety of age-appropriate toys are available.

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Baby & Toddler Story Time@West

Baby and Toddler Story Time includes stories, songs, lap-bounces and tickles for babies and toddlers 6 mos-35 mos and their parents. The program is held the first three Saturdays of every month at 10:15 a.m. and lasts approximetly thirty minutes. This is an interactive program for parent and child, so come ready to participate and share the fun with your child. Following story time, children and parents are invited to stay and play in the West Community Meeting Room until 11:45 a.m. A wide variety of age-appropriate toys are available.

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Lon Po Po @North

Celebrate Asian Pacific American Heritage Month with Lon Po Po: A Red Riding Hood Story from China. Read along on screen with classic children's fairy tales, brough vividly to life on DVD. Featuring Lon Po Po, written by Ed Young and narrated by B.D. Wong. This Asian version of the classic fairy tale brings lessons about strangers, trust and courage. Also enjoy The Elves and the Shoemaker and more classic fairy tales narrated by Danny Glover and Patrick Stewart. 

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Women & Power: Sharing Stories

Whether an activist, an advocate, the first in your family or community to shift roles around gender and power, or someone thoughtful about the ways power and gender have shaped your life - join our project to capture and archive important stories about these issues. 

Sign up as an individual or pair for a free 30 minute recording sessions. Spaces are limited and registration is required. Contact librarian Andrea Mullarkey to reserve your spot: 

amullarkey@cityofberkeley.info - (510) 981-6060

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