Can I use a rhyme/song/flannelboard from your site in my own storytime?

Absolutely, that’s what we’re here for my friends.  Feel free to use anything that you find on this site in your own storytimes, circle times, or classes.

Can I re-post something from your site onto my own blog?

Many of the things posted on our site are in the public domain, many are shared from other librarians and cool people who work with children, and some things we have created ourselves.  We are all for sharing, just please make sure to give credit to the original author and don’t use anything from this site to make money.  Here are the specifics . . .

Creative Commons License

Sunflower Storytime is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License.

Do you use affiliate links?

Yes, Sunflower Storytime is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to [sunflowerstorytime.com (amazon.com.)

Our Promise To You:  We will never use an affiliate link for a product that we do not  use ourselves or that we wouldn’t recommend to our closest friends.   We would recommend the same books and products whether or not there was an affiliate program for the service!  Any money generated from affiliate links goes directly back into this blog.  We appreciate the  support you are providing us by using the affiliate links we provide.

At this time, we do not receive any discounts or free products to review…but if we ever do, we’ll be sure to let you know!

I see something that belongs to me posted on your blog and you haven’t given me credit. 

Yikes!  First, we are so sorry.  Second, please contact us ASAP and let us know so that we can fix it!  We want to make it right and give everyone appropriate credit.

I (Leah) started this blog in 2009 and honestly didn’t expect anyone else to every look at it (except for maybe the ten moms attending my storytime…), so I didn’t do a great job of always giving credit where credit is due.  Today, we are more informed and try really hard to give everyone credit and link back, but sometimes we still manage to mess up.














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