Rronaldo Welcomes Spring!
Rronaldo is dressed for spring and can't wait to see all his animal friends in the library's courtyard. Below is a spring poem Rronaldo wanted to share.
The long cold winter is melting away,
A single red bird was spotted today.
Through the mist the sun is peeking,
Squirrels are about and acorn-seeking.
New life has come to fields and woods,
Kids venture out in sweatshirts and hoods.
In just a few weeks the river will flow,
Blossoms on trees will be starting to show.
There’s still a chill in the springtime air,
Winter is gone but the memory is still there.
Summer is waiting a few months beyond,
To warm the air and the meadow and pond.
A gopher peers out from the holes that he makes,
Springtime is when the whole world awakes.
As you know, Rronaldo l-o-v-e-s reading! That's why he was so happy to see a short video about this year's upcoming Summer Reading Club, "Paws to Read," and wanted to share it with you! He is very pleased with this year's theme and will let you know when sign-up starts.