Check Out StoryWalk at Sunset Park
Sedona Public Library's Reading Adventure Starts at 655 Sunset Drive
Enjoy the outdoors while reading a children’s book. Pages from a story are displayed in numbered signs along a paved, half-mile accessible path. The journey begins at the toddler playground, passes over two bridges, and provides about 15 minutes of walking and reading in the fresh air. Also, there are fun activity prompts and literacy tips in English and Spanish.
Don’t miss this summer’s story, Thank You, Omu! by Oge Mora.
Past StoryWalk® displays include If You Plant a Seed, Every Autumn Comes the Bear, In the Middle of Fall, How Big Is the World?, Bear Can’t Sleep, The Seed and the Giant Saguaro, Some Smug Slug, After the Fall, and Little Green.
Funding for this project was provided by the Arizona Community Foundation, Goldenstein Gallery, City of Sedona Parks and Recreation, and Langston Family Foundation.
StoryWalk® is a trademarked concept created by Anne Ferguson of Montpelier, Vermont, and developed in collaboration with the Kellogg-Hubbard Library.