Shelby County Farm Bureau is working with the Amos Memorial Library for a “Pajama Party for Barn at Night” book reading on March 24 from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.Read More
Shelby County Farm Bureau is working with the Amos Memorial Library for a “Pajama Party for Barn at Night” book reading on March 24 from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Meet author Michelle Houts and stay for her reading of this newly released book. Don’t forget to take part in the snacks, kids’ crafts and other activities about agriculture! We also will have books on sale for purchase.
Barn at Night is a great way to learn more about the magic and adventures that happen on farms, even at night! The book follows a father and a daughter as they care for farm animals in two visits to the barn on a working farm. The book features cows, barn cats, horses, and other farm animal friends and their babies’ names, with fun vocabulary building for young readers – and it ends with the beautiful surprise arrival of a new foal. Illustrated by Jen Betton in glowing watercolors, “Barn at Night” makes a wonderful bedtime story that is great to share as a family.
The book is authored by Celina resident Michelle Houts who has authored 12 books. We hope you will join us! Please call our office at 877-775-7642 to learn more.
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