Plains Library to Relocate
Last November, Town of Pine Plains voters approved a referendum authorizing
the Town of Pine Plains
to purchase the building at 7775
South Main Street, current home of the Pine
Plains Library. In order to help facilitate the Town’s purchase of
the building, the Pine Plains Library’s Board of Trustees has decided
to relocate the Library to its former home at 7806 South Main Street. The relocation of the library is
still pending and is dependent upon the completion by the town of repairs
to the old library building. We await word from the town to that effect.
The Library will remain open to continue serving its
patrons during this period; any brief closing that may be necessitated by
the move will be announced on this website.
TumbleBook Library is an
online collection of animated; talking picture books which teach young
children the joys of reading in a format they'll love. You can take the
http://0-www.tumblebooks.com.midhudsonlibraries.org/LibraryTour.html or click on
the icon shown above and put your library card barcode in with no spaces
and your PIN/Password, hit enter, done. You are in to choose the book your
child wants to read. You can look at this brochure to help
If you want to see how it works or you do not
have a library card or no account, come to the library anytime and we will
show you how.
Virtual Storytime on Animals with a TumbleBook . Go to the
site and search for the title of the book Just One Day by Laurie Leuck. Read it online with either a computer or IPad. You
may e me at firstname.lastname@example.org
with comments on what type of animal your child liked in the book and what
type of animal is not in the book he/she would want to be. See if they can
draw a picture of something they liked from the book.
Here is the part of my blog to get other books you could read from
the library, make a craft and some worksheets to do http://mrsmhill.wordpress.com/category/animals/
Virtual Storytime on Wind with a TumbleBook .
Go to the site and search for the title of the book Who likes the Wind?
by Etta Kaner. Read it
online with either a computer or IPad. Ask what they like about the wind?
See if you can move a feather, rock or piece of paper by blowing in a
straw? Have no straw see if you can blow them with your breathe? What about
blowing over water? What does that do?
Here is the part of my
blog to get other books you could read from the library, make a craft and
some worksheets to do http://mrsmhill.wordpress.com/category/wind/
You are invited to the FRIENDS
young writers contest award ceremony on May 18, 2014 at 2pm, which will
he held at the American Legion Hall.
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manner, please let us know.
*Updated March 2014