Delaware Libraries

Nature Society Summer Programs

Summer Library Reading Program 2024


Nature Society Schedule April 2024 | Nature Society Schedule April 2024-PF-Print Friendly Version(PDF)

New Castle County:

Please check with your NCC library for Upcoming Event Details

Presented by Ashland Nature Center

Title: Dragons Do What it Takes
Description: Explore the wild world of dragons as we read The Trouble with Dragons by Debi Gliori. Listen along as the beastly dragons learn how together we all can care for nature, wildlife, and each other. Meet a collection of live and taxidermy animals to discover how we can help them survive and create a nature craft to take and help the environment at home.

Book: The Trouble with Dragons by Debi Gliori
ISBN-13: 978-0747595410

Title: Traveling by Tail
Presentation Description: Discover the wonders of the wide world as we read the delightful tale of The Snail and the Whale by Julia Donaldson and see how anyone can make a difference. After the story, meet wildlife who make their homes in Delaware with live animals and taxidermy specimens, and learn how together we can help make our state a happy place for wildlife. Finally, create a nature craft to take home.

Book: The Snail and the Whale by Julia Donaldson, Illustrated by Axel Scheffler
ISBN-13: 978-0142405802

Kent & Sussex County:

Presented by Abbott’s Mill Nature Center

Please check with your local library in Kent & Sussex Counties for Upcoming Events
Title: Frog Chorus
Presentation Description: All together now! Let’s read about Frog and Toad’s adventures as they discover what it means to have a friend and be part of a community. Meet live frog and toad. Learn about the frogs that live in habitats near you then listen to their calls. Become a frog so you can join the frog chorus! Take home your own Froggy-gami.

In connection with books by Arnold Lobel – Frog and Toad are Friends –

For more fun this summer:

This program is funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services, the Delaware Division of Libraries and Delaware Public Libraries.