Stories, songs and fingerplays for 2 1/2 to 6 year olds.
Just right for parents with babies through toddlers age 2 ½ to enjoy together.
For parents with babies and toddlers following Lapsit Storytime
Middle and high school-aged youth are invited to weigh in and share their thoughts about some great books. Copies of the next book are available at the Teen Scene Desk.
Getting on the email list for meeting reminders is as simple as contacting Teen Scene Librarian Sonja Somerville at firstname.lastname@example.org or 503-588-6083.
This group is for anyone interested in the Spanish language. All levels are welcome, and the meetings are free.
Parents with children of all ages.
Salem Public Library hosts two adult book discussion groups, Books for Lunch and Books for Dessert. Participation in the groups is free and open to the public, and new members are always welcome. Copies of the discussion books are available for checkout at the Information Desk.
These groups are made possible through the support of the Friends of the Salem Public Library and the Salem Public Library Foundation.
For more information, or to inquire about becoming a discussion leader, contact the Floor 2 Ask Here Desk.
The group reads and discusses contemporary and classic literature. Members take turns facilitating the discussions.
Babies from birth through 18 months are invited to bring an adult to Bilingual Babytime. Adults do not need to speak Spanish to participate.
Cuentos Bilingües para Bebés son para los bebés entre los recién nacidos y los que tienen 18 meses. Los adultos no necesitan hablar inglés para participar.
Weekly games are played by National Scrabble Association Tournament rules.
Habrá cuentos en español para toda la familia. Los programas incluirán cuentos y canciones en español para niños de todas edades.
Families are invited to this storytime conducted completely in Spanish.
WYTTs members write novels, short stories, memoirs, poetry, etc. The group offers participants a chance to read and listen.