On April 4, a handful of children came into Great Falls Library to drop off their favorite stuffed animals for a sleepover.
On April 4, a handful of children came into Great Falls Library to drop off their favorite stuffed animals for a sleepover. While the children were away, their stuffed animals came to play! From a stuffed gerbil, sheep, and teddy bears to a blue bunny and even Scooby Doo, these animals roamed the library shelves and even caused mischief in the staff room. These clever furry friends found where the librarians stashed the library cards, and they cozied together in a chair to read some books together all with flair. They even scored once more as they found the ice cream in the staffroom refrigerator!
As the day came to an end, these critters found library tote bags to use as sleeping bags and paired together to dream for the night. The next day, the children were eager to come back to pick up their stuffed friends and were surprised with a storybook filled with pictures of all of their adventures in the library, which was created and put together by Great Falls Library Youth Services Manager, Roxanne Ringer.
Great Falls Library was sad to see the children and stuffed animals go but never fret! Roxanne has a plentiful amount of children’s programs lined up for the months to come. Some of the upcoming programs are PJ Storytime, Finger Painting Fun, STEM: Build Your Own Kite and My First Book Club. Come visit and join the fun at Great Falls Library!