Join us on Thursday, March 28th at 4:30pm to watch “Reading Rainbow: Rechenka’s Eggs” at Haynes Branch Library!
“Feature Book – Rechenka’s Eggs A rescued goose, having broken the painted eggs intended for the Easter festival in Moskva, lays thirteen marvelously colored eggs plus one final miracle in egg form. Art From an Egg – Your students will gain a new appreciation or the egg in art as LeVar decorates eggs and finds objects that are egg-shaped. Meet Patricia Polacco – This author demonstrates the traditional Ukrainian egg-painting art, pysanky. Ms. Polacco also shares what inspired her and how drawing was an important expression for her as a child with a disability. Egg Strength – LeVar does an experiment to show the strength of an egg, by standing on top of 8 eggs, and students witness a montage of animals hatching from eggs.” Description provided by Infobase.
The is open to children pre-k and up with no registration required, and snacks are welcome!