Skip to main content
Main Penn College Website

Library Program Shares Books’ Magic With Campus Children

Blair E. Smith, library support services specialist, reads 'Duck & Goose,' an appropriate choice for the Birds Nicole S. Staron, library circulation supervisor, helps the Bunnies learn 'What Makes a Rainbow?' Librarian Georgia R. Laudenslager shares the story of 'Tiny the Snow Dog' (a canine who is anything but small) Imbuing her woodsy bedtime story with the sights and sounds of the forest  including the howl of a wolf  librarian Judy J. Zebrowski reads 'Time to Sleep, Alfie Bear!' Madigan Library faculty and staff entertained the Birds, Bees, Bunnies and Bears from Penn College’s Children’s Learning Center on Friday, enthusiastically sharing stories as part of the annual Read Across America observance that coincides with Dr. Seuss’ March 2 birthday. Scattered among three areas of the first and second floors, four library employees engaged with a repertoire of voices, animal sounds, facial expressions (and a fair amount of interaction from the youngsters) audiences that ranged from 18 months to 5 years old.

Related Stories

Student Aleyah D. Walter, of Hughesville, uses a Smartscope that produces a specific lung sound when placed against a preprogrammed General Information
PPL supports training for front-line health care workers
Read more
Bill Byham (left, in a photo taken by Lycoming College for his 2013 enshrinement in the institution's Athletics Hall of Fame) and Tom Speicher General Information
Students to benefit from co-author’s tribute to late mentor
Read more