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How-do-you-crochet

Knit, Crochet, and Craft Group

All ages are welcome to join this  Tuesday of each month from 6-7:30 pm to knit, crochet, or craft! Come to one meeting or come to all of them, but we hope you’ll check it out!

                             

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In addition to educating young customers through a  strong collection and great services, the Coraopolis Memorial Library hopes to entertain and inspire them through a variety of programs including storytimes, crafts,  Read to Rover, and other family programs.

TumbleBooks – TumbleBooks add animation, sound, music and narration to existing picture books, producing an electronic picture book which you can read or have read to you.  You’ll also find chapter books, math stories, puzzles and games, and videos. All content is available for PCs and Macs. Some content is also  available for use on iPhones/iPads.  To access, select “mobile” from the “Choose” menu in the top right corner.

My StoryMaker – It’s a game! No, it’s a book! It’s…My StoryMaker! You’re the author with this online tool that lets you choose your characters, scenery, and extra items and then bring them to life with actions and emotions!

Finding Books

NoveList K-8 – Ever read a book or a series that you love so much you wish you could find others just like it? NoveList to the rescue! Search for a title, author, or other keyword and then click on the link for author read-alikes, title read-alikes, or series read-alikes. You’ll need your library card number to log on from home.

Little Kids Book Lists – The Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh links to these book lists for babies, toddlers, and preschoolers.

Big Kids Book Lists – The Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh links to these book lists for grades K-8.

Accelerated Reader Book Find – Find books by reading level.

 

Storytime

Our storytimes are geared toward children of different developmental stages and include:

 

Summer Reading  Program

Every summer, the library has a summer reading program. Now the program consists of three separate programs–Read With Me for babies and preschoolers, a kids’ program for children in Kindergarten through grade 5, and a teen program for grades 6 through 12. Each of these programs offers rewards for reading independently or with an adult, as well as special events during the summer.

 

Reading Lists