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Summer Reading: Programming

Publishers Guidelines

The Children's Book Council keeps a comprehensive list of publishers and their policies for online storytime use. Most publishers request attribution, limited distribution, and deleting or disabling the content by the deadline, but be sure to doublecheck for any additional rules.

Get That Bread 🥖

Potential Sources for Grants to Support Programs

St. Lawrence Arts Council provides grants in Lewis, St. Lawrence and Jefferson County

County-based Youth Bureaus provide grants to support programming for children and teens - Oswego, Lewis, Jefferson, St. Lawrence

Stewarts Shops: https://www.stewartsshops.com/community-giving/

Story Walks Workshop Resources

StoryWalks Workshop Handout

Many thanks to Meghan Harney for taking the lead on these resources!

NYS StoryWalks Workshop

StoryWalks® for the Win-Win-Win: Programming, Partnerships, Pandemic-Friendly. Presented by Mary Fellows and Lorie Brown. Includes:

    Options for producing a StoryWalk® and their associated costs
    Finding StoryWalk® partners and thinking creatively about locations
    How to choose the best titles for StoryWalks® (and why some great picture books aren’t good StoryWalk® choices)
    Essentials of StoryWalk® production & presentation
    Not just for kids: StoryWalks® for different age groups

Resources

From the Warehouse