Dave DiNoso holds a turtle for Lansing Scouts to view during the den meeting in September.
Lansing Scouts pet a snake at their kickoff meeting in September at St. Ann School.
During our morning walk on Monday, my son and I stopped at the Hegewisch branch of the Chicago Public Library. There was a special story time going on and the kids were loving it as the storyteller told of a ghost chase. The attendees ran in place, laughed and clapped along with her.
Children volunteer to hold a snake last week as Dave DiNaso gives a hands-on presentation at the Lowell Public Library. DiNaso's Traveling World of Reptiles was the grand finale to the Wrap Your Paws Around a Good Book summer reading program at the library.
Dave DiNaso and his Traveling World of Reptiles visits the Lowell Public Library Wednesday as a finale to the library's summer reading program.
LANSING | Cub Scout Pack 247 would like to invite all boys in first through fifth grade to join them on Sept. 18.
CRETE | The Crete Public Library hosted reptile pioneer Jim Nesci for its recent cold-blooded creatures program.
Jim Nesci shares information about alligators during a recent cold-blooded creatures program held at the Crete Public Library. Bubba is the second alligator Nesci has rescued and trained using commands. Bubba came to him from the Chicago area and has been a star in many of his programs.
Children at the Crete Public Library took turns holding Blondie, Jim Nesci's albino Burmese python.
Kingfisher Press, $10.99, Ages 6 to 10 "Explorers Series: Reptiles" by Claire Llewellyn
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