Arizona Authors Summertime Storytelling & Craft SaturdaysArizona Authors Summertime Storytelling & Craft SaturdaysParks and Recreation<div class="ExternalClassD2B9EF161E9C490886917C0FD200B464"><p>​Pueblo Grande Museum invites families to come enjoy hands-on children’s storytelling and crafts every Saturday from June 1 to 29, from 10 a.m. to noon! </p><p>Each book is read by the author followed by story related crafts, and a light snack. </p><p>Programs are $5 each, perfect for children in pre-kindergarten through fourth grade and includes Museum admission for the participant. All participants must be accompanied by an adult, there is no program fee for adults.<br></p>Parents can register online or check-in at the front desk each Saturday to participate. Please select the book title to access the regristration page for each event.<br><br> <br><strong>JUNE 1 – <a href="https://apm.activecommunities.com/phoenix/Activity_Search/read-tail-tale-storytelling-craft-saturdays/31060">The Re​d Tail Tale on the Arizona Trail by Rodo Sofranac</a></strong><br>Rowen, a young, red-headed explorer, and Rojo, a clever, red-tailed hawk meet, bond, and experience a wonderful adventure on the fascinating Arizona National Scenic Trail.<br> <br><strong>JUNE 8 – <a href="https://apm.activecommunities.com/phoenix/Activity_Search/who-eats-orange-storytelling-craft-saturdays/31061">WHO EATS ORANGE? by Dianne White</a></strong><br>Who eats orange—a bunny? A chicken? Maybe you? Find out in this unique exploration of the rainbow of colorful foods eaten by animals around the world.<br> <br><strong>JUNE 15 – <a href="https://apm.activecommunities.com/phoenix/Activity_Search/fast-freddie-storytelling-craft-saturdays/31065">Fast Freddie, The Legend In A Shell by Michael Hale​</a></strong><br>Freddie is a Desert Tortoise who refuses to live a slow and boring life. It is a humorous rhyming tale of a running tortoise who’s life becomes the stuff of legend.<br> <br><strong>JUNE 22 – <a href="https://apm.activecommunities.com/phoenix/Activity_Search/babies-nurse-storytelling-craft-saturdays/31066">Babies Nurse - Así se alimentan los bebés by Phoebe Fox</a></strong><br>Babies―whether pandas, puppies, or people―nurse. This bond is precious; this process, a natural art. Luminous illustrations and lyrical text will inspire conversations about caretaking in the natural world, while the bilingual format makes this charming book accessible to speakers of both Spanish and English.<br> <br><strong>JUNE 29 – <a href="https://apm.activecommunities.com/phoenix/Activity_Search/my-magic-hat-rules-storytelling-craft-saturdays/31071">My Magic Hat Rules! because My Magic Hat Goes to School! by Debi Novotny</a></strong><br>My Magic Hat Rules! is a creative, fun way of teaching fundamental phonics all the while using a play on words. Let this magic hat walk you and your kids through a fun story with learning intertwined. Its repetitive structure allows the young reader to<br>gain confidence in fluency and holds your interest with introducing new reading rules as the story progresses.<p><br></p><p>The Arizona Authors Summertime Storytelling & Craft Saturdays is also part of the Maricopa County Reads program, where children can get badges and points for participating in different programs around the Valley. Attend a storytelling program at Pueblo Grande to get a secret code and enter them at maricopacountyreads.org to collect badges!<br></p><p><em>This storytelling and crafts program was made possible by the Pueblo Grande Museum Auxiliary.</em><br></p></div>6/8/2019 5:00:00 PM6/29/2019 7:00:00 PMPueblo Grande Museum602-495-0901Pueblo Grande Museum ​Pueblo Grande Museum invites families to come enjoy hands-on children’s storytelling and crafts every Saturday from June 1 to 29, from 10 a.m. to noon! Each book is read by the author followed by story related crafts, and a light snack. Programs are $5 each, perfect for children in pre-kindergarten through fourth grade and includes Museum admission for the participant. All participants must be accompanied by an adult, there is no program fee for adults. Parents can register online or check-in at the front desk each Saturday to participate. Please select the book title to access the regristration page for each event. JUNE 1 – The Re​d Tail Tale on the Arizona Trail by Rodo Sofranac Rowen, a young, red-headed explorer, and Rojo, a clever, red-tailed hawk meet, bond, and experience a wonderful adventure on the fascinating Arizona National Scenic Trail. JUNE 8 – WHO EATS ORANGE? by Dianne White Who eats orange—a bunny? A chicken? Maybe you? Find out in this unique exploration of the rainbow of colorful foods eaten by animals around the world. JUNE 15 – Fast Freddie, The Legend In A Shell by Michael Hale​ Freddie is a Desert Tortoise who refuses to live a slow and boring life. It is a humorous rhyming tale of a running tortoise who’s life becomes the stuff of legend. JUNE 22 – Babies Nurse - Así se alimentan los bebés by Phoebe Fox Babies―whether pandas, puppies, or people―nurse. This bond is precious; this process, a natural art. Luminous illustrations and lyrical text will inspire conversations about caretaking in the natural world, while the bilingual format makes this charming book accessible to speakers of both Spanish and English. JUNE 29 – My Magic Hat Rules! because My Magic Hat Goes to School! by Debi Novotny My Magic Hat Rules! is a creative, fun way of teaching fundamental phonics all the while using a play on words. Let this magic hat walk you and your kids through a fun story with learning intertwined. Its repetitive structure allows the young reader to gain confidence in fluency and holds your interest with introducing new reading rules as the story progresses. The Arizona Authors Summertime Storytelling & Craft Saturdays is also part of the Maricopa County Reads program, where children can get badges and points for participating in different programs around the Valley. Attend a storytelling program at Pueblo Grande to get a secret code and enter them at maricopacountyreads.org to collect badges! This storytelling and crafts program was made possible by the Pueblo Grande Museum Auxiliary.