Sunday, April 27
Budding Urbanists' Reading Hour
Free, all ages welcome (stories aimed at 4- to 10-year-olds), 3:30 p.m., 314-531-1707, firstname.lastname@example.org
Come enjoy the afternoon with the real next generation of St. Louis-philes: the under-10 crowd! Misses Amanda and Rachelle along with our great friends at Left Bank Books have cooked up an afternoon of entertaining, out-loud storytelling, including such city-friendly treasures as: "Alphabet City" (a wordless book where kids can spy the letters of the alphabet in common city sights a construction horse is an "A," viewed just so); "Zin Zin Zin, A Violin!" (which explores the various musicians in a symphony and the instruments they use); a reprise of last month's overwhelming favorite, "Dogzilla" (wherein the citizens of Mousopolis have to come together to rebuild after a withering attack by Dogzilla); and more. We'll have celebrity readers, special guests, refreshments and copies of our featured books available for purchase, a sing-along and much more! Bring your child, your inner child, your neighbor's child or just your sense of childlike wonder and hang out with us.
Attendance: 10 people