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Resilience Week + Mental Health Awareness Month

Resilience and Mental Health

This week is Resilience Week, and we are again partnering with Greater Richmond SCAN to share titles for young readers that celebrate and uplift stories of resilience. This is also the first week of Mental Health Awareness Month, and we want to share library resources that can additionally support mental health and wellness. Read on to learn more about Resilience Week, and explore recommendations from our librarians.

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Upcoming May Programs

May Programs

Spring is here and we are so excited to see you at our upcoming May programs! Learn how to get snacks from your garden, join us for fun role-playing games and trivia, and relax with us in our ongoing meditation program. Plus, we are happy to announce several in-person book discussion groups and storytimes starting in May. Read on to see what we have coming up at the library.

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It’s Basic - Explore through Movement and Play

The Basics: Movement and Play

There is so much for a child to learn about the world around them, and their best tools are movement and play. Movement and play support motor development while simultaneously encouraging curiosity- and are the pillars of the fourth principle of the Basics.

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Explore April’s Virtual Programs!

April Programs

We have a bunch of fun programs coming up this April! Test your knowledge at one of our trivia nights, learn about the weather with hands-on experiments, or learn to create audio recordings for music, podcasts, and more. Here are just some of the awesome events coming up this month.

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Listen, Learn, and Limber Up

Listen Learn and Limber Up

Picture books are more than colorful images paired with words. Great picture books insist that the reader and the listener actively play and talk. Learning is made dynamic when you add dancing, imagination, and verbal responses. Movement makes literacy fun!

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Guest — Victoria
thank you miss. Moore, you are the best library teacher ever
Tuesday, 30 March 2021 08:41
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March Virtual Events

March Virtual Events

Explore fun kitchen science, challenge yourself with LEGOs, and learn how to bullet journal this March! We have a full slate of events for everyone. Be sure to mark your calendar for our All Henrico Reads virtual event on April 1 at 7:00 pm. Author Robin Sloan will join us to discuss his bestselling title, Sourdough. Read on for highlights from our upcoming programs.

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It’s Basic - Count, Group, and Compare

The Basics 3

Our librarians at Henrico County Public Library are always ready to provide information and tips on early literacy. But we also love early math! Little ones are ready to tackle math concepts well before they reach kindergarten, and it starts with counting, grouping, and comparing. These three foundational concepts set the stage for mathematical understanding. Here are our tips to count, group, and compare, the third principle of The Basics.

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Audiobooks for Tweens

Tween audiobooks

One of our favorite ways to experience books is to listen to them. Audiobooks allow a full, immersive experience with different voices for characters, multiple narrators, sound effects, the works! You can customize listening speed, listen on the go, and find narrators you enjoy, who inspire you to keep listening. Some wonderful audiobooks happen to be for the tween crowd. These audiobooks are targeted at ages 8-12 and include adventure, fantasy, ghost stories and more. Read on for our picks – all of which are available through our digital collections for easy streaming.

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Introducing Book Bundles

Book Bundles

Recreate the serendipity of discovering a book on the shelf at the library by requesting a Book Bundle for curbside pickup. Librarians will surprise you with a selection of staff-favorite titles from a variety of genres and for readers of all ages.

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Guest — Alice Supple
I like this idea ... since I can't come to the library and browse the shelves. But, you need more categories. I like police or l... Read More
Saturday, 06 February 2021 13:52
Henrico County Public Library
Hi! Thank you so much for the feedback. I will be sure to pass this on. If you give us a call or use our My Next Read service, we ... Read More
Monday, 08 February 2021 08:35
Guest — Myra
Please add another way to request other than “call the library.” Phone calls are impossible for someone who’s a caregiver for youn... Read More
Friday, 19 February 2021 21:55
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1000 Books Before Kindergarten

1000 Books

Children who are exposed to lots of books early in life are better prepared once they start kindergarten. Read with your little one and try to reach the goal of 1000 books before they start kindergarten, and earn cool prizes along the way!

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