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Storytimes are a well-loved tradition at the Library. They encourage a life-long love of books and reading, promote early literacy, and introduce young children and their parents or caregivers to age-appropriate books, rhymes and songs in a fun and interactive setting.
At London Public Library, we offer three different kinds of storytime sessions. Find the one that works best for you and join us for the fun.
Books for Babies (from birth, with a caregiver) – Stories, songs, tickles and bouncing rhymes especially for baby and you! Best for babies who still enjoy laptime.
Storytime (1 year and older) – Stories, rhymes, songs and other fun activities
Family and Friends Storytime (all ages) - Stories, songs, rhymes and more.
Plus, watch for special storytimes offered at various times during the year. Parents or caregivers attend storytime with their children. At some locations, registration may be required. This can be done in person, by phone or online.
Family Literacy events based on three different themes are offered for school-aged children and their families at various Library locations throughout the year.
The R.E.A.D. Program (Reading Enjoyment and Development) is designed to help children who are having difficulty with reading by:
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Reaching out to the Community
We provide services for teachers, child care providers and community groups.
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