About

Hello there…thanks for visiting!

I started Sunflower Storytime in 2010 with the altruistic purpose of sharing storytime ideas with others so that I could throw away all of the storytime papers cluttering up my desk.  (If you’ve ever met me, you know that I despise paper filing and love digital organization!)

And I now love being able to share storytime and children’s programming ideas with others through this blog.  My goal for this site is to be a resource for parents, teachers, librarians and anyone else who needs a little storytime inspiration.

Sunflowers are my favorite of all flowers because they radiate sunshine.  They remind me to always keep laughing, singing and dancing.

10 thoughts on “About

  1. Leah,

    This is a super duper cute site. I love it! You are so organized and I really admire that.

    You are fantastic with the kids and it is easy to see why they adore you so much!

    Amy

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  2. Hello,
    I have a quick question for you about your site. If you could please get back to me as soon as possible I would greatly appreciate it. Have a great day!

    Thanks,
    Dan

    Dan Gilbert
    Communications Coordinator
    Primrose Schools
    @DanGilbert66

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  3. What a wonderful place to stop and visit and get excited about storytimes. Thank you so much Leah! I promise to visit often and tell others how great it is.

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  4. So worried about you. You said good-bye until September and you haven’t been back! You do wonderful work and I love your creative way of approaching topics. I teach German children English as a second language. Thanks for you effort to share with all of us!

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    • I’m still here and alive! Thanks for asking about me though 🙂 You are so sweet. I’ve been meaning to write a post to update everyone because my job has drastically changed. I’m now the director of our library and am no longer doing weekly children’s programs. I’ve been trying to post about our monthly family nights, but some of my amazing staff has slowly been taking on those programs as well. I’ve been trying to figure out what to do with Sunflower Storytime now. I’ve been debating passing it along to our new Youth Services Librarian (who is fantastic, by the way!), making it our library children’s blog, or keeping it to myself and doing something completely different with it. I just haven’t decided yet….and so that’s why there hasn’t been much activity lately.

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