STORY TIME: Sue Shaw, Susie-Jane Anderson, Matilda Clarke, Imogeon Clarke, Lola Birch, Jessica Taylor, Baileigh Keen and Mercedes Rogers discover the magic of reading together.
STORY TIME: Sue Shaw, Susie-Jane Anderson, Matilda Clarke, Imogeon Clarke, Lola Birch, Jessica Taylor, Baileigh Keen and Mercedes Rogers discover the magic of reading together. Photo Scott Powick

Books come to life

STORY time is alive and well at Gold Coast Libraries with a range of programs offering an exciting mix of fantasy, fun and education.

PJ Story Time is the perfect way for kids and parents to unwind with a book after a busy day.

Parents are encouraged to pop their kids into their pyjamas and head to Robina Library for story time at 6pm today (November 10) and Thursday, November 24.

Friday Fantastic Tales are also set to hit Robina Library in the coming weeks.

For this session kids aged three to five years are asked to dress as pirates and bring a plate to share for morning tea on Friday, November 25.

The following Friday the Fantastic Tales session will take on a teddy bears picnic theme and children are asked to bring their favourite furry friend along to share a story.

Interactive Read and Grow Storytime will be held at the Burleigh Waters Library on Wednesday, November 23 from 10am to 10.30am (Qld).

These children's library activities and programs are all free of charge and seek to stimulate creativity and introduce children to the magic of books.



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