Drop into the Children's Room for fun every day at FDLPL
Every day is a great day to find something exciting to do in the Children’s Room at the Fond du Lac Public Library.
Each month, members of the youth services staff at the Children’s Room add new activities to try at your own pace, whenever you stop in.
Throughout the month of May, stop in for two fun activities.
First, try the Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month Scavenger Hunt. Learn about famous Asian American and Pacific Islanders while exploring the Children’s Room.
Then, contribute to the library’s collaborative coloring project. Youth may decorate their own dragon scale to be displayed in the Children’s Room. This also is available at any time the library is open during the month of May.
New activities will be added in June.
Looking for something to brighten your day, even if you can’t visit the library? Call Dial-A-Story anytime to hear these jokes and stories, including picture and chapter books read to you by members of the youth services staff and others.
Youth also may take a special kit home. Register between Sunday, April 24 and Saturday, April 30 for the library’s Koinobori Kit, with which a child can create their own Japanese Flying Carp decoration. Kits will be available May 1 to 7 for pickup for those who register at calendar.fdlpl.org.
Teenagers, meanwhile, may register for the monthly Book with a Snack: Teen Book Bags. Register from May 1 to 7 to pick up the book boxes between May 15 to 21. May’s theme is “Fortress of Warriors.” Register at calendar.fdlpl.org.