Our park naturalists come to your local library each month to share a story about a native animal and a related craft or activity with preschool through upper elementary age children. This program is FREE to attend.
Due to space limitations, please call Tri-Area Library at (765) 676-6190 to reserve your spot.
October’s story is “As the Crow Flies” by Sheila Keenan.
All day long, you’re on the go. You don’t have time to watch a crow. But we’re here . . . and here . . . and there. We poke our beaks in everywhere. Crows can be noisy. They can be nosy and bold, too, which some people find annoying. But if you are lucky enough to live in a place where crows roost, you know they can also be funny, ingenious and beautiful. This book is as beautiful to look at and as it is fun to read, and it will make the imagination soar as high as the crow flies.
To view the entire Animal Tales schedule, click here.