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Why did the hummingbird hum?

Why did the hummingbird hum?

By on Sep 17, 2018 | 0 comments

Why did the Hummingbird hum? Because he didn’t know the words! Don’t be like the Hummingbird, you can learn the words!  Join us for the fall session of parent/caregiver baby and toddler storytime programs and you will learn all the words you need to know to soothe or engage your little ones, day or night, at home or on the go!  Lullababies Storytime, Mr....

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September Blog Post

September Blog Post

By on Sep 14, 2018 | 0 comments

Registration has begun for fall sessions of baby and toddler classes! Lullababies Storytime, for infants – 18 months and Mr. Bear Says Hello 18 months – 4 years, with Anna, my older daughter, carrying on the family storytelling tradition!  8 week sessions at Mabel’s Fables Children’s Bookstore, 662 Mt. Pleasant Rd. and Evymama, 1345 St. Clair Ave. W....

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Where do poems and rhymes and songs come from?

Where do poems and rhymes and songs come from?

By on Aug 8, 2018 | 0 comments

Tigers Running Thru the Trees was inspired by the blow drying instructions from my hairdresser – about 20 years ago! The first line of this poem has been running thru and literally over my head for all that time! I’ve tried lots of lines to follow that first line and finally, I think it’s almost there! Tigers running thru the trees! Tigers stop to smell the...

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Lullababies Storytime – Summer Drop-In Series

Lullababies Storytime – Summer Drop-In Series

By on Jun 30, 2018 | 0 comments

Hello Everybody! Lullababies Storytime, created by my daughter, Anna, is offering a Summer Drop-In Series at August Kinn, 1374 Danforth, near Linnsmore, Thursdays, 10:30 – 11:15, June 28 – September 6. Based on Sally and Erika’s Lullabies & LapRhymes and Mr. Bear Says Hello, you will learn Rhymes, Songs, Tickles and Bounces and practical tips on how...

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How rhymes and songs help us every day!

How rhymes and songs help us every day!

By on Apr 13, 2018 | 0 comments

An observation from Gramma Sally Rhymes and songs help us understand  our daily events with  our family. This morning, while having a bath, I heard my dog outside the bathroom door. I opened the door to show him I was sitting in the tub. He looked confused and instantly, without any forethought at all, I began to sing “Splish splish splash, Gramma’s in...

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