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Museum Passes 
The following organizations participate in our program:
Intrepid Sea Air, & Space Museum*                               
For more information call 631-360-2480 ext. 140.   
*Donated by the Friends of The Smithtown Library

Children's Critical Thinking

Click on the title of the book for abstract and/or critical thinking questions.

Ducks Don't Wear Socks by John Nedwidek
Pete & Pickles by Berkeley Breathed
Mr. Tiger Goes Wild by Peter Brown

Children's Ducks Don't Wear Socks

Ducks Don't Wear Socks by John Nedwidek

1. Does Emily look like she laughs a lot? (No)
2. The first time Emily meets Duck, what is he doing? (Riding a unicycle)
3. What should you wear to protect your head when you ride a bicycle/unicycle? (Helmet)
4. What is Duck wearing on his feet? (Socks)
5. Do you think Emily likes how silly Duck is? (No)
6. Where is Emily going when she sees Duck in his silly hat? (Going to a music lesson)
7. What does Duck need to plant flowers? (Seeds, shovel, etc)
8. If Emily was giggling at Duck's underwear, is she still being serious? (No)
9. Was Emily still serious at the end of the book?

Children's Local Events

The  updated Affordable Things to do on Long Island has links to many places that families can visit for $6 and under.  This year  the Children's Librarians Association of Suffolk County (CLASC)  has added links to several websites that list fun, family friendly events all over Long Island.
Take a look!  Click here.

Children's Preschool Directory

The Town of Smithtown sponsors a Preschool fair annually in January at the Smithtown Library Main building located at 1 North Country Road, Smithtown.
Please see below for participants.

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TumbleBooks are animated, talking picture books which teach kids the joy of reading in an interactive format. They are created by taking existing picture books, adding animation, sound, music and narration to produce an electronic picture book. 
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Sesame Street eBooks
Enjoy classic as well as brand-new Sesame Street stories with eBooks that are based on Sesame Street's early childhood curriculum. They are ready to read right here, right now. 
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Featured Children's Book

 LaststoponmarketstreetThis book might be new, but it already says classic!  In Matt De La Pena's book, Last Stop on Market Street, CJ and his grandmother go on a journey by way of a city bus.  While looking around, CJ wonders why they don't have have a car like so-and-so or an iPod like someone else.  With each question, his grandmother encourages him to appreciate the beauty and fun of their routine.  A refreshing read for youth and adults alike.  Christian Robinson's illustrations bring playful diversity to the text and animate this lovely story.  Check it out today!

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Great websites for kids

abc mouse for Libraries provides access to a learning resource including language, literacy, math, social studies, arts, and music.  Click here to begin.  Please note: this is only available for use inside the Library.

Logo - 1000 Books Before Kindergarten

All families and caregivers are encouraged to read at least 1000 books with their young children before they enter Kindergarten. Reading to preschool-age children builds vocabulary, language skills, and helps prepare them for Kindergarten. Families can build the skills needed for future success. Ask your children's librarian for more information.

 Bookmark Contest Winner May 2015
Ashley T., Grade 4
Burr Elementary
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