We may be in the metro, but in Minnesota everyone celebrates the North Woods.
FFTC BookHounds Family BookClub brings picture books to life
Come Join our free party on Wednesday, February 12, 2020 10:30 am-11:30 am.
Join us at GoodKids in Downtown White Bear Lake for our
monthly BookClub Party
Wednesday, February 12, 2020
10:30 am, at GoodKids in White Bear Lake
(4758 Banning Ave, White Bear Lake, MN)
|Meet local author Aimee Bissonette|
BookHounds Family BookClub features a different picture book and author/illustrator each month.
And the best part? FFTC and GoodKids do everything FOR you. You simply enjoy the book coming to life together with your littlest ones.
Want to give it a try? Sign up for our monthly communication!
GoodKids in downtown White Bear Lake is the official Club House of BookHounds Family Book Club.
Once a month, come enjoy BookHounds BookClub Meeting. Full of the best picture book stories, the grooviest people, and most fun activities, BookHounds is the perfect Book Club for anyone in your family! Each meeting includes fun activities based on the book and an exclusive a storytime with the author and/or illustrator of the featured book. It’s the only BookClub where the hosts do ALL the work. You just get to come and enjoy.
Other Activities around the Metro for BookHounds Families
Find books for your own Family Book Club: Check out these BookHounds Book Reviews:
- One North Star
- D’aulaires Book of Norwegian Folktales
- Green Card Youth Voices
- Behold! A Baby
- Their Great Gift
- Children’s Library Corner: Brillstone Break-in
- Children’s Library Corner: Alice-all-by-herself
- Children’s Library Corner: The Song of Pentecost
- Children’s Library Corner: Introducing Dara Dokas, Local Author
- Children’s Library Corner: Spring Books for Kids
- Children’s Library Corner: The Lancelot Closes at Five
- Children’s Library Corner: Hickory by Palmer Brown
- Children’;s Library Corner: Four Fall-Fun Favorite Books
- Children’s Library Corner: Lionel and the Spy Next Door
- Children’s Library Corner: Beetles, Lightly Toasted
- Children’s Library Corner: David LaRochelle