All smiles and sunshine at the April Showers story time

Josephine makes a cotton-ball could during Mentor Library's April Showers story time.

Josephine makes a cotton-ball cloud during Mentor Library’s April Showers story time.

For as much snow and cold as we received this summer, a little rain isn’t a problem; so we had a special April Showers story time on Monday at our Main Branch.

First, we read books with the children: Little Cloud; Tap Tap Boom Boom; and The Deep Deep Puddle.

Then, we made thematically appropriate crafts—cotton-ball clouds and lightning bolts.

Finally, we made a tasty “mud” snack with Oreos and chocolate pudding.

Sierra tries to decide how to decorate her lightning bolt.

Sierra tries to decide how to decorate her lightning bolt.

Mentor Library has story times for all ages of kids at all three of our branches.

They include songs, crafts and, of course, reading! (Occasionally, they even include a snack.)

All of our story times are free and open to the public. However, a few of them require registration because of limited spaces.

To see what story times are the best fit for your family, check out our online event calendar.

Join in the fun at Mentor Library story times.

Join in the fun at Mentor Library story times.

For more photos from our April Showers story time, visit Mentor Library’s Facebook page.

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