The library is on the second floor of the building, so the light is lovely. Riley played in the play kitchen and eventually found some books as well.
After talking to a dad and his daughter who love the STAR reader who is usually there on Sundays, we got a bunch of books to take home.
Excuse Me! A Little Book of Manners by Karen Katz;
10 Gulab Jamuns counting with an Indian sweet treat written by Sandhya Acharya and illustrated by Vanessa Alexandre;
Square Cat ABC written and illustrated by Elizabeth Schoonmaker;
Whoever You Are by Mem Fox, illustrated by Leslie Staub;
A House That Once Was by Julie Fogliano and illustrated by Lane Smith;
Peek-A-Boo! Nursery Games illustrated by Annie Kubler;
See-Saw! Nursery Games illustrated by Annie Kubler;
A Stick Is An Excellent Thing Poems Celebrating Outdoor Play by Marilyn Singer and illustrated by LeUyen Pham;
I Am A Cat by Galia Bernstein.
We enjoyed all of our book finds, even though it gets harder and harder to get Riley in pictures with them. . .
Next time you’re in the Beverlywood and Cheviot Hills area, visit the Robertson Branch Library! Note that it is closed Saturday and open Sunday due to widespread observation of Shabbat in this neighborhood. There are lots of fun events and activities always taking place. There is even a Friends of the Robertson Library Booksale, August 26th, 27th and 28th! There are many books available in Hebrew!