Check in every month for updates on
upcoming events and sales,
Story Time news, Lego Club themes,
and much more!
Our story time is at every location and begins at 10am on their corresponding day!
All Story Times are free include a craft and/or snack!
We ask, but do not require, that you let us know if you are attending ahead of time.
Monday – Germantown
Tuesday – Horn Lake
Wednesday – Summer Ave
Thursday – Cordova
Week 10/3 – Pete the Cat: 5 Little Pumpkins
Week 10/10 – Biscuit’s Pet & Play Halloween
Week 10/16 – Fun Book of Scary Stuff
Week 10/23 – Which Way to Witch School? (Come dressed in your Halloween costume and go Trick-or-Treating in the store)
Next week check out our Children’s Lit Pick post for more information
on our May books of the month and how to use them in your classroom or home.
Get 20% off the books of the month until the end of the month!
written by: Emily Jenkins
There are lots of frightening things out there. Witches. Trolls. Sharks. The DARK!
But nothing seems as scary once you turn on the light. In this hilarious picture book, a boy and his two dogs go through a list of all the things, both real and imagined, that make the hair on the backs of their necks stand on end-and come up with a clever way to face their fears.
(Description per Google books)
written by: Amicus Arcane
Middle schoolers Willa, Tim, Noah, and Steve bond over their love of horror and form The Fearsome Foursome, their storytelling club. They meet weekly to share tales of ghosts and ghouls. One day, their headquarters gets demolished in a freakish storm. In the wreckage, the quartet find four fancy invitations to an address on the other side of town. Intrigued, they find it’s a Gothic mansion, which seems deserted except for the librarian, who is the keeper of all scary stories. It turns out the librarian has a story to read about each of them, and he insists they will be dying to find out how these tales end. This is the first in a new series based on the Disney theme park ride the Haunted Mansion. The selections are gruesome—some include rotting corpses—but are not too frightening for most middle grade readers.
(Description from Amazon)
Knowledge Tree’s Lego Club is STEM inspired event that gives participants the opportunity to use their imaginations to build creations under the direction of a monthly theme, with a top secret sub-theme that is only revealed at the beginning of the build! This is a free event, we ask, but do not require, that you please let us know in advance that you are coming. All creations are displayed in store between Lego Clubs!
Theme: Scary Stuff
Germantown – 2nd & 4th Saturday
Cordova – 1st & 3rd Saturday
Little Rock- 2nd & 4th Saturday
Horn Lake – 2nd & 4th Saturday
Summer Ave – 1st & 3rd Saturday
manager’s pickCheck out our Manager’s Pick Blog post on the third week of every month to see what
one of our store managers have picked for the month.