Previous and Current StoryWalk Titles

Out in the community? You can enjoy the StoryWalk®––a fun, educational activity that places the pages from a children’s story along a walking route at local parks. Each stop on the StoryWalk® offers a fun activity designed to build early literacy skills, combining the pleasure of reading aloud with the benefits of moving together outdoors. These are the books that have graced the Monroe County Public Library StoryWalks®. Learn more about the locations.

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Dino Duckling

Alison Murray
Ej Mur

A funny and touching celebration of difference, based on Hans Christian Andersen's The Ugly Duckling. Dino Duckling can dive, swim and fish just like his duckling brothers and sisters. But when the time comes for the family fly south for the winter, Dino Duckling finds he really is different!

Don't Wake Up the Tiger

Britta Teckentrup
Ej Tec

Tiger is fast asleep, but oh dear! She's lying completely in the way. Just how will the animals get past without waking her up? Luckily, Frog has an excellent idea and, holding his balloon, he floats right over sleeping Tiger! Fox is next, followed by Tortoise, Mouse and Stork, but it will be tricky for them all to get past without Tiger noticing! It's a good job that the reader is there to help keep Tiger asleep, isn't it? But where exactly are they going with all those big shiny balloons? Do you think it might be someone's birthday? Can you guess who?

Everybunny dance!

Ellie Sandall
Ej San

"Bunnies dance, play, sing, and learn to include everyone in their games"—Provided by publisher.

Max Speed

Stephen Shaskan
Ej Sha

"Tiny speedcar racer, Max, goes on the imagined adventure of a lifetime after cleaning his room—over hot lava, across bright blue skies, through shark-infested waters, and past super-secret doors—until he finds his way back home to his mom . . . and the mess he made of his bedroom"—Provided by publisher.

Oh No, George!

Chris Haughton
Ej Hau

George finds it hard to be a good dog when there are cats to chase, flowers to dig up, and a delicious cake sitting on the kitchen table.

One Is a Piñata: A Book of Numbers

Roseanne Thong
Ej Tho

In rhyming text, Hispanic children count the things, like piñatas and maracas, that can be seen in their neighborhood.


Emily Gravett
EJ Gra

Pete the badger learns that being tidy isn’t always the best thing in this save-the-environment picture book from an award-winning author and illustrator.

A Way with Wild Things

Larissa Theule
Ej The

Poppy Ann Fields loves bugs and feels more comfortable outdoors than with other people until a special bug lands on Grandma Phyllis's birthday cake.