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Jan. 26, 2012SAVANNAH, MO |  By: ALLISON

Youth Storytime

Parents along with their young aged children can enjoy storytime sessions.

Youth ranging from babies to preschoolers will be able to enjoy books, songs and crafts at the Savannah and Belt Branch of the Rolling Hills Library. Reading to children at an early age can help with learning as they grow. Crafts and songs will tie in to the stories the children hear to help them remember the material. Publicity and outreach assistant for the Rolling Hills Consolidated Library Alan Stolfus says the program is a great way to have a good time while reading.

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Baby storytime will be available in the morning at 10 on Thursdays now until February 23 at the Savannah Branch, and Mondays at 10 through April 30 at the Belt Branch. Storytime for preschool aged children will be available in the mornings starting at 10:30 on Wednesday and Thursdays as well as Thursday evening at 6:30 at the Belt Branch through April 26. The Savannah Branch will hold storytime for pre-schooled aged children Tuesday and Wednesday mornings at 11 starting February 7 through April 18.