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February 2017 Newsletter

Posted by on Jan 29, 2017 in Book of the Month, Children's Literature, Holidays/Events, Stores, Toys | 0 comments

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upcoming events and sales,
Story Time news, Lego Club themes,
and much more!





February 11thSTEM Event at Dexter Location: Water Boat Racing/Surface Tension – 1st-4thGrade (10am-noon) 

February 11thSTEM Event at Dexter Location: Water Boat Racing/Surface Tension – 5th-8th Grade (1pm – 3pm)


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**Knowledge Tree offers Birthday Parties, click here for more information**



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 of 1/30 – Substitute Groundhog (Craft: pop-up groundhog)

Week of 2/8 – Love is All Around in Tennessee/Mississippi (Craft: Love Bug Card)

Week of 2/13 – What Color is a Kiss? (Craft: Valentines Craft)

Week of 2/20 – Presidents’ Day (Craft: Lincoln Hat and Parade)

Week of 2/27 – Hop on Pop (Craft: Dr. Seuss Craft)


feb book

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!


What Color is a Kiss?

written by: Rocio Bonillacolor kiss

This sweet, heartwarming story asks one simple question: What color is a kiss? Sassy and intrepid Monica loves to paint and sees her world in every color of the rainbow, but this question nags at her. She paints and paints, hoping to discover the answer. With the help of her mother, Monica discovers that kisses and love come in all colors.





28 Days: Moments in Black History that Changed the World

28 dayswritten by: Charles Smith Jr.

Each day features a different influential figure in African-American history, from Crispus Attucks, the first man shot in the Boston Massacre, sparking the Revolutionary War, to Madame C. J. Walker, who after years of adversity became the wealthiest black woman in the country, as well as one of the wealthiest black Americans, to Barack Obama, the country’s first African-American president.

With powerful illustrations by Shane Evans, this is a completely unique look at the importance and influence of African Americans on the history of this country.




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: 7 Wonders of the World

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 pick

Check 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.

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