Registration open for Logan Library Storytime

Registration is now open for Logan Library’s Storytime, a reading program for kids ages 3-5. Participants will explore a new theme every week, chosen by the storytellers, through books, finger puppets and other storytelling devices. Storytime aims to help preschool kids learn skills they’ll use in school, like sitting quietly, raising hands and listening, according to library literature. Laura Nelson, library technical assistant and storyteller, said the program gives kids the opportunity to build a “positive relationship with books.” “I believe it helps children with their imaginations,” she said. Storytime sessions lasts six weeks, with one 30-minute event per week. Participating in the program is free, but kids must be registered before the six-week block starts. Registration for the next block will close January 6. Parents can sign their children up at the library’s circulation desk, by calling 716-9123 or

<a href=”http://library.loganutah.org/kids/storytime.cfm”>online.</a>

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