Environmental educators are available to visit your library and present environment and nature-themed stories and activities. These can be tailored to your specific topics and needs. Please contact us so we can arrange a visit!
Join us as we discover what it means to speak for the trees. During this interactive story time
our little learners will become a part of the timeless book, The Lorax. Afterward, they will get the
opportunity to create a special project that will allow them to plant some seeds of their own at
Featured Story: The Lorax
Soar into the amazing world of bats and birds through the beautifully written and illustrated book
Stellaluna. Stellaluna, a tenacious little bat, will teach students about the striking differences
between these amazing animals. Together we will use our senses to explore feathers, real
animal specimens, and houses for both bats and birds.
Featured Story: Stellaluna
Splashy, Flashy Frogs! dives into the fabulous (and sometimes noisy) world of frogs. Students
will join us as we trek through the swamp in search of the noisy, little peeper. Then, we’ll create
a frog “chorus” and end with a fun activity to help us learn about the difference between toads
Featured Story: Possum and the Peeper
A Journey through Africa takes children on a “tour” through the African desert, savanna and
tropical rainforest, while exploring the legend of how the animals of Africa came to be so
beautiful. Learn to count in Swahili, create a thundering rain storm, and explore a great folktale
that originated in Africa.
Featured Story: The Greedy Zebra
Have you ever been on a walk through the woods and wondered what lives in the tree, or that
cave? During this hour-long program you will learn about the many fascinating Minnesota
animal homes and why it is important to keep their homes safe.
Featured Story: Welcome Home, Bear
Our world is always changing. Look out your window long enough, and you might see the
weather change. Look even longer, and you'll see the seasons change. The Earth's climate is
changing, too, but in ways that you can't easily see. The Earth is getting warmer because
people are adding heat-trapping gases to the atmosphere, mainly by burning fossil fuels. In this
program learn what you can do in your own home to help our warming planet!
Featured Story: Last Little Polar Bear