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Story Hour 10h30 &14h30 (ages 3-5): Unicorns & Dragons
Wednesday 17 January 2018

Location : The American Library in Paris

Category : Kids

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Description

For this Story Hour we'll be reading stories all about magical creatures: unicorns and dragons! Join us for some fun stories and songs!

 

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3-5 year-olds and their guardians are invited to join us for our weekly Wednesday Story Hour! No advance registration is required, but we do recommend that you arrive a few minutes early, as space in limited. The program lasts one hour and features songs, stories and hand rhymes in English followed by a simple craft project that children can take home and keep. 

Please remember:

- each child must be accompanied by an adult chaperone!
- arrive on time so that everyone can make the most of this activity
- sing along to the best of your ability to model for your little ones
- use quiet voices when leaving the Children's Library
- pass on guidelines to nannies and other caregivers

With your help, we can develop and nurture your child's love of books and the library!

 

Wednesday Story Hours are drop-in and do not require advance registration. However, each child attending Story Hour must have their own Library card, or be covered by a family membership. Unless otherwise stated, all programs are free for library members and 10€ for non-members. We thank you in advance for understanding that active membership cards and possibly other identification will be required for entry, and that bags may be scrutinized.

To make Story Hour a happy, enjoyable experience for all participants, we recommend reading these guidelines. Additionally, caregivers are expected to familiarize themselves with the Library's Unattended Children Policy so that we can provide a pleasant library environment for all patrons.

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