Amelia Bedelia by Peggy ParishIt’s Amelia Bedelia’s first day as a housekeeper and Mr and Mrs Rogers have given her a list of chores to do. Amelia does her chores… exactly as they’ve been written. Dust the furniture? How odd she thinks… but she sprinkles dust powder on them just as she’s told. Poor Amelia Bedelia, she just wants to do a good job, but oh what a surprise is in store for Mr and Mrs Rogers.
Cam Jansen and the Ghostly MysteryMysteries have a habit of finding Cam Jansen and Cam Jansen has a knack for solving them! Today is no different – when Cam goes online to buy concert tickets she discovers that a ghost is scaring people on the website! Cam is sure that there’s more to it than meets the eye, and she’s determined to figure out just what that is.
Diary of a Worm by Doreen CroninBeing a worm is hard, imagine trying to do your homework when you have no arms? And what about figuring out where to wear your cap when your head looks the same as your rear end? It’s a tough life being a worm, trying to dodge people digging for bait all the time. Read all about it in the Diary of a Worm.
No Sword Fighting in the House by Susan Leonard HillArthur and Lance love sword fighting in the house, but their Mom doesn’t. When she catches them at it (again), they’re tossed out of the house to play outside. Then Arthur has a great idea, forget sword fighting, they can joust! Using two cows for their mounts the boys are all prepared, but the cows won’t move… that is until they spot Moms prize daffodil garden…
Fat Bat and Swoop by Leo LandryFat Bat and Swoop the owl just love to make mischief on the farm. One night they fly through a clothesline and come out the other side looking like ghosts. It’s a perfect disguise to spook Emily, the loud moo cow. They hadn’t bargained on Emily wanting revenge though.
Nate the Great by Marjorie SharmatNate the Great loves mysteries, most especially he loves to solve them. When his friend Annie contacts him for help finding her lost picture Nate is on the case. Setting out after a breakfast of pancakes Nate searches for the clues that will help him solve Annie’s mystery.
Cowgirl Kate and Cocoa by Marjorie SharmatKate the cowgirl loves to work on her family’s cattle ranch. Cocoa her talking horse is always hungry, and never likes it when it’s bedtime! Together Kate and Cocoa make the perfect team.
Minnie and Moo and the Haunted Sweater by Denys CazetIt’s the farmer’s birthday so Minnie gives the farmer her last cream puff and Moo knits him a sweater, a very special sweater – when it’s washed it sneezes and talks! The two cows wonder, could the sweater be haunted?
Henry and Mudge and the Big Sleepover by Cynthia RylantIt’s a boy/dog sleepover at Patrick’s house and Henry and Mudge are invited! Six boys and their dogs settle in for a night of fun in the attic.
Houndsley and Catina by James HoweCatina and Houndsley are best friends. Catina has decided she wants to be a writer and win prizes for her stories and Houndsley wants to be a famous cook. The problem is Catina’s book stinks and Houndsley gets so nervous cooking for a crowd he forgets all the ingredients. How can the two friends support each other through this?
The Storytime adventure begins in the Barbara Room. Questions about this family program can be answered by visiting the library at 470 5th Street in Hollister, calling the library at (831) 636-4107, or contacting the library online.