Love Is Walking Hand In Hand – Charles M. Schulz, 1965, re-edition 2018
Olivia – Ian Falconer, 2000
Clifford The Big Red Dog – Norman Bridwell, 1963, vintage re-edition 2016
Welcome back, kids, neighbors, friends and families! After taking last weekend off, it’s time for our regularly-scheduled Kids In The Cliff weekly story time at The Wild Detectives! If you are feeling the love this week (or always), this is the story time for you! This weekend, we’ll read mid-century and turn-of-the-millenium classic picturebooks featuring fantastically drawn illustrations with one thing in common: LOVE! Stick around after for extra fun. So come join us at The Wild Detectives’ little house for a cozy morning this Sunday. See you in the kids’ section!
*Special note for parents: As usual, we’ll have related extra books on hand in case you are looking for other excellent picture books we recommend! Particular emphasis is placed on striking illustrations, great graphic design or standout writing. Titles may be brand new, old treasures, from home, our kids’ section or the local library, but they are always picked with love and a sense of adventure. If there’s a book you’d love, consider our ordering service!
Kids In The Cliff storytime at The Wild Detectives is usually every Sunday morning at 11. As people who’ve been there, we strive to select themes or titles that will be interesting enough to pique not only children’s, but also the attending adults’ curiosity. It’ll be about a 30-45 minute read each time with something different and fun for the kids–that’s going to be interesting; we can’t wait to see what they come up with.
All ages are welcome.
On Sunday mornings, bring your kids and infuse them with a love of reading.
Kids In The Cliff is organized by Lanie DeLay, who has worked at Dallas Contemporary, the Dallas Public Library, Hamon Arts Library at SMU, at area preschools and the School For The Blind in Austin. She has written for Glasstire and Art&Seek, and she tutored children in early reading skills at Dealey Montessori. When she isn’t looking at art or reading with kids, she’s reading about art or looking for a new read.