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Teens Telling Tots

Community service opportunity for high school students at the Durham Public Library

Do you like working with children?  Plan on getting a degree in education?  Love to read picture books to your younger siblings?  Then you should participate in...

Teens Telling Tots

Teens Telling Tots is a community service program for high school students at the Durham Public Library. The program will involve 2 workshops and 1 story hour program at the library.  At the first workshop we will talk about what makes a good story hour and choose the story you want for your story time.  At the second workshop you will practice telling your story in front of the other participants and we will give each other feed back on how we can improve.  Finally, in December the library will have Winter Story Time Celebration Week, a week in which we celebration all stories that have to do with winter.  Each participate will run their own story hour that week.

If you are interested in participating in this program, please fill out an application and bring it to the library.  Application are due by November 1st and participants selected will be notified by November 12th if they were selected. (Program is limited to 5 participants)

I've attached the application form to this article, but if you can't print it out for any reason, more forms are available at the library, or you can email me directly for one.

If you have any questions about the program, please contact Miss Gardiner, Young Adult Librarian

email: kgardiner@durhamlibrary.org

phone: 860-349-9544

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