Are you interested in bringing your little one to storytime? Then, you have come to the right place. The youth services librarians have created a series of answers to questions that we have received regularly about our storytime programs.
As always, the library’s primary goal is for everyone to have a positive experience at our storytime programs and begin to enjoy reading as a group activity. With your help, we can develop and nurture your child’s love of books and the library. If you have any questions, please call us at 273-0350 x4.
If you have questions about our storytime programs, click the links below to see our responses. In addition, you can find a complete list of the answers by clicking here.
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- How old should my child be before I bring them to storytime?
- Why do you break down some storytime programs by age? They are all the same anyway, right?
- My child is one year old but has hit many milestones early. Can they come to the preschool storytime?
- What can I do to prepare my child for storytime?
- Why do you repeat the same songs/rhymes/flannels every week?
- My child doesn’t sit still. Is it OK for them to come to storytime?
- Do I have to come in with my child?
- What if my child starts crying or gets fussy?
- What other program options do you have for babies and young children?
- If my preschool child has a younger sibling, can I bring the younger child with me to the older storytime?
- Where can I park my stroller during storytime?
- My children have a nanny/babysitter. Can they come with the children instead?
- I don’t live in Summit; can my child still come to storytime?
- My child often gets hungry at the same time as the program. What should I do?