Children’s Virtual Events Archive

nic starr august 2021 readings

Storytime—Nic Starr Reads Michael Rex and Jonah Winter

Watch Lakewood Public Library’s Nic Starr read Facts vs. opinions vs. Robots by Michael Rex and The Sad Little Fact by Jonah Winter. Read More

julie strunk

Storytime—Julie Strunk Reads Steve Smallman and Georgiana Deutsch

Watch Lakewood Public Library’s Julie Strunk read The Wolves Who Came for Dinner by Steve Smallman and Along Came a Fox by Georgiana Deutsch and Cally Johnson-Isaacs. Read More

officer john betts

Storytime—Officer John Betts Reads Peggy Rathmann and Christoph Niemann

Watch Lakewood policeman, Officer John Betts, read Officer Buckle & Gloria by Peggy Rathmann and The Police Cloud by Christoph Niemann. Read More

marge foley

Storytime—Marge Foley Reads Anna Dewdney

Watch Lakewood Public Library’s Marge Foley read Little Excavator and and Llama Llama Mess Mess Mess by Anna Dewdney. Read More

james hill

Storytime—James Hill Reads Mercer Mayer and Rosemary Wells

Watch James Hill, Manager of the Lakewood branch of First Federal of Lakewood, read Just Saving My Money by Mercer Mayer and Bunny Money by Rosemary Wells. Read More

kate macgregor

Storytime—Kate MacGregor Reads Lisa Wheeler, Loren Long and Micha Archer

Watch Lakewood Public Library’s Kate MacGregor read Someone Builds the Dream by Lisa Wheeler and Loren Long as well as Daniel's Good Day by Micha Archer. Read More

jeffrey siebert

Storytime—Jeffrey Siebert Reads Julie Falatko and Jon Agee

Watch Lakewood Public Library’s Jeffrey Siebert read No Boring Stories! by Julie Falatko and Life on Mars by Jon Agee. Read More

jowan smith

Meet The Author—Jowan Smith

Watch Jowan Smith read her books Zakari Goes to College and Grandma Hattie's Ice Cream. Read More

julie strunk readings

Storytime—Julie Strunk Reads Karma Wilson and Mem Fox

This Summer, visit the zoo—virtually—with Lakewood Public Library’s Julie Strunk. Read More

keith allen

Meet The Author—What a Mess!

Watch designer, illustrator and paper engineer Keith Allen read excerpts from his book that answers the question, "What would happen if we just didn't clean-up?" Read More