Get ready for Storytime fun at your local B&N this November! Here’s an overview of upcoming weekend events.
Saturday November 2 at 11am: The Crayon’s Christmas, by Drew Daywalt and Oliver Jeffers
From the brilliant author/illustrator duo behind The Day the Crayons Quit and The Day the Crayons Came Home comes a hilarious new holiday-themed story! This charming installment in the Crayons canon features real, folded letters from the crayons that young readers can remove from their envelopes and read. There are also games, punch-out ornaments, and a pop-up tree. This book is the gift that keeps on giving, and reading it at storytime is going to be magical. Don’t miss it!
Saturday November 9 at 11am: The Monster at the End of This Book, by Jon Stone and Michael Smollin
This classic story makes for the perfect readaloud! Sweet, funny, furry Grover is very worried about meeting the monster at the end of the book, so can you please, please stop turning the pages already?! Introduce new little ones to this delightful story, or bring kids who are already fans and know the silly twist for this fun storytime event! For even more Sesame Street fun, we’ll also be reading People in Your Neighborhood, which is based on the beloved song and features all the characters young fans know and love!
Saturday November 16th at 11am: Jack Frost vs. the Abominable Snowman, by Sourcebooks
This fun story puts kids in the driver’s seat as they decide whose path to follow during an exciting race through Winter Wonderland! Will you follow the mischievous Jack Frost, with his magical powers, or powerful Abe, the Abominable Snowman, who’s filled with surprises? Get ready for rip-roaring storytime fun with this exciting book!
Saturday November 23 at 11am: Frozen 2: Anna, Elsa, and the Secret River
Join Anna and Elsa as they embark on an adventure through the forest in search of a mysterious white river. Their mother used to sing about it in a lullaby—but does it even exist? If it does, it might help explain Elsa’s magic! Frozen fans will love this new story.
Saturday November 30th at 11am: Dear Santa: For Everyone Who Believes in the Magic of Christmas
Parker is worried to write a letter to Santa. What about the times he did stuff that was maybe not so nice (like staying up past his bedtime, and feeding his unwanted vegetables to the dog)? Parker decides to own up to his mistakes in his letter to Santa, and his honesty is amply rewarded. This charming book about the importance of honesty includes stationary that children can use to write their own letters to Santa! Don’t miss this sweet holiday storytime event!