Maritime Mondays

Maritime Mondays

Every Monday at 10:30 AM

Designed for children 18 months to 8 years. FREE with $1 Museum admission.

Maritime Mondays! Fun for both children and parents! Join us every Monday morning for engaging activities with your children as they learn howhow we are all connected through the world’s waters with story time and a craft. This program is designed for children from 18 months to age 8.

Upcoming Dates:

January 14

Tickly Octopus

This week’s book selection:
Octopus has a special talent but, when something unfortunate happened, he begins to question his talent. Come find out what lesson Octopus learns in Tickly Octopus. Written and illustrated by Ruth Galloway.

January 21

Hand Over Hand

This week’s book selection:
How would you feel if someone told you that “a boat is no place for a girl?” That’s what Nina hears every time she wants to go fishing in Hand Over Hand. Come hear how this funny and heartwarming story unfolds! Award-winning author Alma Fullerton wrote this book after a young girl during a school visit asked Fullerton why there were so few children’s books set in the Philippines. Illustrated by Renne Benoit.

January 28

Olivia Goes to Venice

This week’s book selection:
What happens when Olivia travels to one of the most beautiful cities in the world? Join this adorable piglet on her newest adventure in three years in Olivia Goes to Venice, written and illustrated by Ian Falconer.

February 4

The Water Princess

This week’s book selection:
The Water Princess is based on the real life childhood experience of supermodel Georgie Badiel, who dreamed of bringing clean drinking water to her African village. Written by Susan Verde and illustrated by Peter H. Reynolds.

February 11

Anansi and the Magic Stick

This week’s book selection:
What happens when you get more than you bargained for? Follow along with Anansi and the Magic Stick which is written by Eric A. Kimmel and illustrated by Janet Stevens.

February 18

The Princess and the Pea

This week’s book selection:
In honor of Black History Month, enjoy this week’s book, The Princess and the Pea, by Rachel Isadora. The author gives this Hans Christian Andersen classic a fresh spin, set in Africa, as a prince travels the world in search of a “real princess” to marry.

February 25

Anansi Goes Fishing

This week’s book selection:
In another wonderful children’s story written by Eric A. Kimmel and illustrated by Janet Stevens, Anansi the spider plans to trick a friend into catching his dinner but things take an interesting turn. Come find out what happens in Anansi Goes Fishing!


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