The Saline County Library Youth Services department now has a StoryWalk® at both locations. They will be featuring a different book each month.
A StoryWalk® is a great way for families to get out of the house and safely social-distance while practicing literacy skills and healthy exercise. The StoryWalk® is a free activity that you can participate in at any time, so bring your walking shoes and reading glasses!
The Benton StoryWalk® starts outside of the library entrance while the Bryant StoryWalk® starts in the driveway entrance, and both are easy to follow around the buildings! August’s stories are Dragons Love Tacos in Benton and Paperbag Princess in Bryant.
When your family finishes the StoryWalk®, the last sign you’ll see will be instructions about the I Spy activity you can participate in around the building outside! In Benton, you’ll be finding dragons and tacos and in Bryant, you’ll be finding dragons.
The StoryWalk® Project was created by Anne Ferguson of Montpelier, Vermont and developed in collaboration with the Kellogg-Hubbard Library.
For more information, including our hours for each location and information on library services and programs, visit www.SalineCountyLibrary.org or call 501-778-4766.