Get ready for a Story Safari featuring shows, stories, crafts, authors, illustrators, guest performers, virtual field trips and more! Page Turner and Kenny will help kids transform into Storyologists! This 6-week animal adventure features 10-25 minute interactive videos, 5 days per week.
Watching a video from Page Turner Adventures counts as one point on your activity tracker. You can repeat this activity as many times as you’d like. For example, if you watch all 5 videos from a single week, you will get 5 points!
When the week is pink, it means the videos are active. The current featured week can be seen below. Videos will begin June 28.
Week 1: Farmyard Tales
Week 2: Fish Tales
Week 3: Pet Pals
Week 4: Celebrity Critters
Week 5: Safari Stories
Week 6: Creepy Crawlies
Week 1: Farmyard Tales
June 28 – July 2
Monday – Show Day: Myrtle Over the Moon
In this original Moooosical Adventure, a “boring bovine” seeks love and fame on MooTube by attempting to jump over the moon using a trampoline, roller skates, and a jetpack. She fails, but finally realizes the appreciation she craves was there all along. A cast of talented kids join Kenny and Page Turner in this tale of farmyard friendship.
Tuesday – Craft Day: Cow Over the Moon Paper Plate Spinners
With a couple of paper plates and a few simple supplies, kids can make their own Myrtles or Clydes or Jessicas or….
Craft materials are provided by the Library and can be picked up during regular Library hours. One per child while supplies last. Materials will be available the week of June 28 through July 3.
Wednesday – Author Day: Tammi Sauer
Tammi Sauer, has written 30 picture books with more on the way! In THE FARM THAT MAC BUILT: The scarecrow from Old Mac Donald’s farm emcees a barnyard theater production that collapses into hilarious chaos in this rollicking rendition of “The House That Jack Built.” And in NOT NOW, COW, all of the farm animals are ready for the seasons to change—but not Cow. Visit her at: Tammisauer.com
Thursday – Mashup Day: Clucking Chicken Cups
Time for another egg-cellent craft. Today we’re making chickens out of cups that actually cluck!
Materials are not provided for this craft.
Friday – Guest Day: Kamal Bell from Sankofa Farms
Kamal Bell is not your average farmer. He started the 12-acre Sankofa Farms, in Durham, NC to improve food policy, teach nutritional literacy, and educate kids about agricultural-related professions. Kamal will take us on a virtual tour of Sankofa farms, including their working beehives, and give kids a “taste” of modern farm life. Visit his website at sankofafarmsllc.com