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As part of Pride in Library Day in Stow, we held a treasure hunt for young patrons. They had fun searching the library for clues to the treasure, and also entering to win a $50 prize!
June 30 2010
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Spike the Turtle celebrates his 25th birthday with the children of Stow-Munroe Falls Public Library
May 22 2010
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Children brought their teddy bear to the library for an evening of bedtime stories, songs and snacks. The teddy bears stayed at the library for a sleepover and were picked up the next day.
April 15 2010
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Students in K-4 put on a puppet show for preschoolers, and then everyone got to make their own puppet to take home!
April 6 2010
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Children bring in their American Girl Doll for a party.
March 13 2010
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Santa visited Stow-Munroe Falls Public Library and read to the kids and parents.
December 21 2009
Over 600 Valentines made by kids visiting the library and from local day-cares and pre-schools, during the week of Jan. 12 through 18, will be delivered to the Stow Armory for their troops stationed overseas in Egypt.
We would like to thank all the kids who helped in supporting our troops.
The following databases can be accessed from within the library or from a remote location (unless indicated). For Remote Access: If you are a registered patron of the Stow-Munroe Falls Public Library, you may use the following databases from home or office. To be authenticated as a library patron, you may be asked to enter the 14-digit number (no spaces) printed on the back of your library card. GO TO COMPLETE LIST
Join our YoYo Club and let experienced yoyo kids help you learn.
Bring your own yoyo or just come and watch! For children of all ages.
No registration is required.
Our children’s room reaches out to many diverse facilities in our community.
Every month, a librarian visits 16 day care and preschool facilities in the Stow-Munroe Falls area to do storytime. We send bins of about 50 books each to 13 facilities.
Two librarians, calling themselves “Traveling Tales”, do storytelling in the schools. Advertising through posters and word of mouth, they mix solo and tandem folktales with poetry breaks in between.