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Virtual Animal Tales: The Moon Saw It All
April 5 - April 9Free
Normally 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.
These resources are available at any time, since this is not a live program.
Check our Facebook page as the first full week of the month approaches for a Facebook event regarding this month’s Virtual Animal Tales program. In the Discussion tab of the Event, you will find a variety of resources relating to this month’s story.
In April, we were going to read this book in-person: The Moon Saw It All by Nancy L. Young. This book is available at many local libraries, and some even have this available in a digital format.
Ever wonder what animals do after dark? They dance the night away at a critter ball thrown for one and all! Children revel in a dreamy moonlit world where bobcats sing soulful songs, javelina click hooves on tortoise shell roofs, and coatimundis drum right along at a critter ball thrown for one and all.
To view the entire Animal Tales schedule, click here.