Little Bookworms Storytime at MSPCA

Little Bookworms Storytime at MSPCA

Little Bookworms

Wednesday, September 10

Join the MSPCA for a unique story time experience.  Volunteers read animal themed stories to toddlers and preschool children, play games, and sing songs.  After the stories, the volunteers bring out a few of the shelter’s animals to interact with the children.  Kids can color with crayons, play with playdough, do puzzles, or read books while waiting their turn to see the animals.

Where:

MSPCA Boston Adoption Center
350 S. Huntington Ave
Jamaica Plain

When: 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM every Wednesday

Education and Training Room at MSPCA

The Boston Animal Care and Adoption Center Education Room has its own entrance at the back of the MSPCA building. To get to the entrance drive past the first parking lot on your right when you enter the driveway. Follow the driveway until it ends and bear left. Continue past the first set of double doors to the Angell Animal Medical Center and past the second set of double doors which is the main adoption center entrance. Take a left at the end of the parking lot and you will see a set of gray stairs and railing leading up to the Education Room entrance.

For directions visit here.

Who: Toddlers and preschoolers (Ages 1-5)

How: Just come!

Cost:$5 suggested donation; more or less is fine

For more info, go here.

What We Read

The stories we read include fiction, non-fiction, and poetry.  Many have been awarded the Henry Bergh Children’s Book Award, which honors books that promote the humane ethic of compassion and respect for all living things.  If you have a great book in mind for the “Little Bookworms” story time, please share it with us!

Bringing a Group

If you are interested in arranging an alternative story time session to accommodate a large group, such as a preschool or kindergarten class, please register by calling 617-522-5055 and ask for Cindy.  If leaving a voicemail message, please leave a phone number and email where you can be reached.

Little Bookworms Storytime at MSPCA

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