It must be Baby Rhyme Time at Abergavenny Library!
Every week Abergavenny Library echoes to the sound of singing and giggling as babies and toddlers enjoy free Baby Rhyme Time sessions. Babies love rhymes and songs, and sharing the experience is a lovely way for mums and dads to bond with their young children. The sessions are also a good opportunity to meet other parents.
You’re never too young (or too old) to join the library.
Community hubs/libraries throughout Monmouthshire are no longer those very quiet places many of us recall. There’s no need to worry that your baby will be too noisy.
Staff like to encourage babies and toddlers to enjoy the fantastic board and picture books available and understand that sometimes books may get damaged (accidents happen!). Are you worried that you won’t be able to return library books in time? No need – we don’t levy overdue charges for books taken out on a child’s ticket.
Help for Mum and Dad
Baby starting on solid food, potty training, toddler tantrums? Community hubs/libraries have books to help you become even better parents.
Baby Rhyme Times are part of the Bookstart initiative, which provides books and parent-friendly information on why reading matters as well as information about library membership to every child in Wales at two key developmental moments: in their first year of life and at 15-27 months. For more information visit the website: www.bookstart.org.uk/cymru
Sessions are held every Tuesday 2:15-2:45 Story and Rhyme time in Welsh for Babies on Thursday’s 2:15-2:45
For more information please contact Abergavenny Library: AbergavennyLibrary@monmouthshire.gov.uk
Tel: 01873 735980