Hello from my Library desk ! And Welcome to Saturday at the Library: it’s filled with Book Club, Children Read Along, and Community event place.
Children Read Along time :
Recipient of two 2021 Purple Dragonfly Awards
Join Sally Strawberry and Billy Blueberry on an extraordinary and interactive adventure through the garden! Best friends Sally and Billy are ready for a fun day in Fruit Garden! After sliding down Mango Mountain and flying over Cherry Cliff, they accidentally land in the mysterious Vegetable Garden. In their search to return home, a helpful squash tells the friends that ten clues will lead them to the secret gate. The pair must quickly find and solve them all before the gate locks at sunset. Will Sally and Billy conquer their quest to return home, or will they be left to ripen with the veggies? Children will love to solve the clues about vegetables and see which part of the garden they get to explore next! This unique tale, filled with delightful rhymes and vivid watercolor illustrations, is one kids will want to read over and over again!
We are all going to visit the Community garden after our reading time to pick vegetable to take home… Lisa
This weeks Community Event : Senior Food Books
This month’s box contained Peanut Butter and Corn flakes – and this fun No bake recipe is easy to make . Perfect for snack or visitors dropping bye…. Lisa
- 1 c sugar
- 1 c light corn syrup
- 1 c creamy peanut butter
- 6 c Corn Flakes cereal
- Begin by placing a large sheet of wax paper on the countertop. Pour the Corn Flakes in a large bowl.
- In a small saucepan, heat sugar and syrup on medium heat and stir frequently till the sugar dissolves. Be careful not to boil it. Remove from the heat and stir in the peanut butter.
- Pour the sugar-syrup mixture over the Corn Flakes. Gently mix everything together until coated, being careful not to smash up the Corn Flakes.
- Drop Corn Flakes mixture by the spoonful onto wax paper. They will only take a few minutes to set. To store, cover in an air tight container and leave at room temperature or the refrigerator so they don’t melt. That would be tragic.