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Billings Public Library brings Michael Berenstain and ‘The Berenstain Bears’ to Billings

It was Saturday, February 8, 2014, the snow was falling and the temperature had finally inched its way above zero, as a crowd gathered outside the doors of Billings Public Library anxiously awaiting a reading by author Michael Berenstain, son to Stan and Jan Berenstain and taker over of the family legacy that is The […]

Children’s Book Library Discoveries: ‘What to Do If an Elephant Stands on Your Foot’

Children’s Book Library Discoveries: ‘What to Do If an Elephant Stands on Your Foot’

With children’s books galore to sift through and choose from for those precious moments of snuggle time as you and your kiddo get lost in the delight of a good book, the Library Discoveries series is here to help you find the most delightful books to add to your list. This week we’re bringing you […]

Children’s Books Library Discoveries: ‘Have You Filled a Bucket Today?’

Children’s Books Library Discoveries: ‘Have You Filled a Bucket Today?’

Shamefully, this is only our second installment of the Library Discoveries series, but rest assured that we’re getting back in the saddle and are ready to share the best of our library finds. Before we dive into the book du jour, here’s what you can expect from the Library Discoveries series: When my kiddo and […]

Simple and Seussical Ideas for Toddlers, too!

Simple and Seussical Ideas for Toddlers, too!

If you have school age kids, I’m sure you’ve been seeing some great Dr. Seuss-inspired crafts and projects this week.  But, if you have little ones that are still at home, there are fun and easy ways to bring the amazing world of Dr. Seuss to life for the toddler crowd, too! Make a Meal […]