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Welcome to StoryWalk, a self-guided reading adventure outside the Highland Library. Enjoy a story in the great outdoors by following a grassy path through the field and down to the lake as you read the story page by page.

Open 24/7, the StoryWalk is available each spring, summer and fall, whether the library is open or closed.  To get started, face the main entrance and look to your left.

Updated 6/27/20: currently available along the Storywalk:

Hello, I'm Here!
by Helen Frost
and Rick Lieder

A poetic text and wonderfully intimate photographs follow a newborn sandhill crane as it takes its first steps into the world. Will my legs hold me? What if I fall? Peek in as a sandhill crane hatchling makes its first wobbly stand and takes its first steps alongside its brother. With their parents close by, they flap their wings and dance before enjoying a buggy treat. Someday they will fly with the majestic cranes overhead, but for now, Mama's soft feathers beckon. With a lyrical narrative and lovely photo illustrations, this latest venture from an acclaimed creative team makes a perfect new baby gift -- and will appeal to bird lovers, too.

Thanks to the Friends of the Library for purchasing the StoryWalk frames and Girl Scout of SE Michigan Troop #70501 for helping with the cost of books for the StoryWalk.

The StoryWalk Project was created by Anne Ferguson of Montpelier, Vermont and developed in collaboration with the Vermont Bicycle & Pedestrian Coalition and the Kellogg-Hubbard Library. You can find more information about the history of StoryWalk at https://www.kellogghubbard.org/storywalk.

For information regarding the benefits of Storywalk, visit the
Boston Children's Museum.





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This page was last updated on Saturday, June 27, 2020