- Melissa Thigpen
One of my favorite things about children’s books is and has always been the wonderful art that accompanies the text and enriches the story. Now that my son is older, he is usually curled up in bed with a novel before lights out, rather than next to me as we read a picture book together. Our collection of these books was like having a mini-museum full of fine art sitting on a bookshelf right in our own home. We loved talking about the pictures as much as we loved the stories.
- Rebecca Kolb
At birth, a baby's brain is the only part of his body still developing. Read to your baby and his brain will grow big and strong. Books help you introduce your baby to rare words, language and the whole wide world. Come to the library for storytime every week and share books at home every day.