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   Thursday, October 19, 2017
10:00 AM
Lap Sit Time
Event Location: EL Lowder Regional Library
Intended Audience: ages 0-1
Description:  I Love You, Little Pumpkin! by Sandra Magsamen
The little children hiding throughout the book are dressed up in different animal costumes.  There is a special person hiding at the end of the book.  Is it you?
 
 



   Friday, October 20, 2017
10:15 AM
College Football Team Spirit Day
Event Location: EL Lowder Regional Library
Intended Audience: children
Description:  (Please wear your favorite college team colors)
Counting with Big Al by Sherri Graves Smith
Big Al knows how to count.  Can you count with Big Al by using football terms? (Roll-Tide-Roll)
 
Aubie’s Game Day Rules by Sherri Graves Smith
Aubie teaches how to be polite and to use good manners in order to have fun at an Auburn Football Game.  If you follow the rules in the book you are sure to have a wonderful time no matter which team you are rooting for at the game or any game.  (War-Eagle)
Activity: Create a football
 



   Thursday, October 26, 2017
5:30 AM
Lap Sit Time
Event Location: EL Lowder Regional Library
Intended Audience: ages 0-1
Description:  Where is Baby’s Pumpkin? by Karen Katz
This “lift-the-flap book” has a child dressed up as a cat looking for her pumpkin.  Can you help the baby in the story find where the pumpkin is hiding?
 



   Friday, October 27, 2017
10:15 AM
Dress Up Day
Event Location: EL Lowder Regional Library
Intended Audience: children
Description:  (Today is the annual dress-up and walk around the Library in your costume parade.)
Scaredy-Cat Splat by Rob Scotton
Splat is so determined to try and win the scariest costume at school.  He tries to be a witch but his broom breaks.  He tries to be a spider but two of his friends are much scarier than him.  What happens when his teacher tells a Ghost Story?  Who wins the scariest costume? 
 
Dem Bones by Bob Barner
This is an old folk song that teaches children about how their bones are connected.  It’s a great way to get them to remember that your “leg bone is connected to the knee the bone.”
 
10 Trick-or-Treaters: A Halloween Counting Book by Janet Schulman
It begins with 10 Trick or Treaters and then one gets frighten and then there are 9.  This book teaches children how to count backwards or from ten to none by using rhyme. 
Activity: Dress up Parade