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Kids holding artwork

Aiko, Bennet and Orion here. 

We wanted to remind you parents out there about your local library.   See, our mom had no idea that there was a whole world for us littles there. 

We sing, or sometimes just sit instead of standing with everyone else.  

Read stories.

Mimic and watch everyone around us.

Get cool hand stamps each week. 

Plus, the library always has fun activities for us to take home. 

We don't know about you guys out there, but OUR library has all these toys to play with!  Some toys we can check out ourselves (since our mom got us our own library card!) or you can play with them at the Library.  Really, who actually reads at the library any more?  It's all about the magnets people!  (Our mom loves all their wooden puzzles, she found them! Melissa & Doug Beginner Pattern Blocks.  These little plastic men things, she just dies over. (Any idea what they are called?)  They have Magna-Tiles® and all sorts of learning toys that are so cool.)

There's always so much to look at too, we love going to the library every week.  We even made some friends this week.

What we are trying to tell you is this.  Get your parents to the Library!  Most libraries have story times for us littles!  Plus, they are free!

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Little Aiko was just pleased as a button to get her own Library card.  Whenever we go to the library, she stops at the same spot on the wall, just to get her photo taken again with her card. 

Call your local library to see what kind of children activities they have.  Ours are weekly, so it's alway something to look forward too. 


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