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  1. Child’s Play, a Drop-In Program for Children 0-2 years and Their Caregivers

    December 18, 2019, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM @ Story Time Room
    Needham Free Public Library

    Child’s Play is a drop-in program for children 0-2 years and their caregivers. The songs, rhymes, lap games and books in this program will promote rhythm, coordination and verbal skills in young children as well as bonding between child and caregiver.

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  2. Read to Annie the Therapy Dog **Registration Required"

    December 18, 2019, 3:30 PM - 5:00 PM @ Story Time Room
    Needham Free Public Library

    Build Confidence in Reading by reading to Annie a trained therapy dog. For beginning readers in grades 1 to 5. Sign up for a 15 minute time slot at the Children’s Desk. Space is limited.**REGISTRATION is REQUIRED**

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  3. NPL Evening Book Club - The Inner Life of Animals : Love, Grief, and Compassion—Surprising Observations of a Hidden World by Peter Wohlleben

    December 18, 2019, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM @ Community Room
    Needham Free Public Library

    Through vivid stories of devoted pigs, two-timing magpies, and scheming roosters, The Inner Life of Animals weaves the latest scientific research into how animals interact with the world with Peter Wohlleben's personal experiences in forests and fields.Horses feel shame, deer grieve, and goats discipline their kids. Ravens call their friends by name, rats regret bad choices, and butterflies choose the very best places for their children to grow up.In this, his latest book, Peter Wohlleben follows the hugely successful The Hidden Life of Trees with insightful stories into the emotions, feelings, and intelligence of animals around us. Animals are different from us in ways that amaze us-and they are also much closer to us than we ever would have thought.

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