Kids enjoy tales from best books

PAGE-TURNER Helen Morey reads with, from left, Emma Harrison and her son William and Fiona Evans and her son Tom.    Picture: Ian Hargreaves (110302-1)

PAGE-TURNER Helen Morey reads with, from left, Emma Harrison and her son William and Fiona Evans and her son Tom. Picture: Ian Hargreaves (110302-1)

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CHILDREN can enjoy readings from their favourite books at a series of storytelling events.

The Storytime sessions at Lee-on-the-Solent library, in High Street, give youngsters the chance to engage in stories with colouring and other activities.

On Thursday, two-year-old William Harrison and three-year-old Tom Evans sat in rapt attention to hear the tale of the Owl Babies, read to them by library assistant Helen Morey.

Lee-on-the-Solent library holds story and rhyme readings every Thursday during term time.

They are open to all children under five years old in the Fareham and Gosport areas.

The free 20-minute sessions begin at 2.10pm.

Library staff also invite children between six months and three years old, and their parents, to take part in songs, rhymes and activities on the first Tuesday of every month.

These free half-hour Rhymetime sessions take place at 1.30pm.

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