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Storytimes

Rebecca T. -
Classical music and picture books come together to make a beautiful melody. Join us this Saturday for a once-in-a-lifetime musical storytime! Members of the MOO! @USC music outreach organization and Spark, Carolina's Music Leadership Laboratory will perform classical music as stories are read aloud. The music and... More 
Cathy D. -

Volunteers Set the Stage for Storytime

Did you know that three of our library puppet stages were constructed by volunteers? Storytimes are one of our most popular programs and we want only the best when it comes to introducing young... More 
Dee -
Head to Eastover Town Hall, 624 Main St., for family fun and art! The Columbia Musuem of Art will provide a special art project each session. 10 a.m., Wednesdays Jan 9 & 23, Feb 6 & 20 More 
Colleen -

New Books for Children - December 18, 2012

Where has the moon gone? It has disappeared from the sky and Rendi seems to be the only one who has even noticed. Although Rendi was in a new village, because he had run away from home, he found... More 
Leslie T. -

Storytime at Richland Library

Library Storytime is a developmentally important and meaningful experience for children. When you bring your child to storytime, you introduce him to the Library, the best picture books, and what... More 
Colleen -

December 11 New Arrivals: Picture books and Chapter books for Children

Mix up your family time with some ‘read-aloud’ time this holiday season! We have a lot of new arrivals for your children and family. Want some Christmas titles? Dinosaur books?... More 
Rebecca T. -

Preschoolers: Three, Four and Five Year Olds

Richland Library is dedicated to helping your child get ready for kindergarten. Nothing prepares a child for school better than reading aloud. Your preschooler will learn the alphabet and practice... More 
Rebecca T. -

Toddlers: Two and Three Year Olds

"By the time a child is 5, he will have heard 90% of all the words that he will ever know.” Jim Trelease, The Read Aloud Handbook The first five years are the most important in a child's... More 

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