Storytimes at the library are an opportunity for children to enjoy books and literacy-related activities with other children, parents, and caregivers.
Spend time sharing stories, songs, and rhymes while building a foundation for reading success.
Younger and older siblings are always welcome at storytimes!
All Storytimes 
Storytimes by location:
- Arlington Hills 
- Central Library 
- Dayton's Bluff 
- Hamline Midway 
- Hayden Heights 
- Highland Park 
- Merriam Park 
- Rice Street 
- Riverview 
- Rondo Community Outreach Library 
- Saint Anthony Park 
- Sun Ray 
- West 7th
Types of Storytimes
Designed for our youngest group of listeners, baby storytime can include the whole family. Storytimes last about 20 minutes and feature stories, flannelboards, songs, puppets, and fingerplays. Active participation by adults and children in a baby storytime encourages mutual enjoyment.
Toddler storytimes last about 30 minutes and include stories, songs, flannelboards, fingerplays, and other developmentally appropriate activities with adult participation.
These storytimes consist of 30 to 40 minutes of stores, songs, flannelboards, fingerplays, and other activities.
Youngsters may wear pajamas and bring a stuffed "friend" to experience a variety of stories, flannelboards, songs, and other activities. Library bedtime storytimes last about 30 minutes.
World Language Storytimes
Storytimes in Amharic, Hmong, Somali, and Spanish.
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