Missing storytime at the Everett Public Library? Enjoy reading a book outside with your family instead!
Look for the numbered yellow signs at the park listed below, then follow the path with your family. The Book Walk features one page of a story on an outdoor sign. As families walk along the path, parents and caregivers are invited to read each page aloud to their children.
Port of EverettEverett Marina - story starts near Guest Dock 21520 W Marine View Dr, Everett, WA 98201Book: Amigo by Carlos ZamoraSeptember 28 - October 30*
(*subject to change)
This outdoor family activity is a collaboration between the Everett Public Library, Everett Parks & Community Services, and the Port of Everett with funding from the Friends of the Everett Public Library.
Visitors to the parks are asked to follow all health and safety guidelines, including face coverings, social distancing, and observing closures on playgrounds and other park amenities.
While the Library is closed to the public, community members are invited to use curbside library services to borrow materials. The Library’s Books for You service connects children, teens and adults to hand-picked library materials. For more information, call 425-257-8000.
Hauge Homestead Park1819 121st St SEEverett, WA 98208Little Red Riding Hood / Caperucita Rojaby Luz Orihuela, illustrated by Francosc RoviraAugust 12 through September 10, 2020
Everett Arboretum and Gardens145 Alverson BlvdEverett, WA 98201One by One / Una a Unaby Blythe Lynden, illustrated by Simona M CeccarelliAugust 25 through October 20, 2020