Anne Ferguson and Kellogg Hubbard Library. StoryWalk®. Official webpage of the movement, full of valuable resources.
Bring a StoryWalk® to your Community. Maine website with lots of resources about creating StoryWalk® programs.
Appalachian Regional Library System. StoryWalk® LibGuide. Wonderful how-to guide created by a rural library system in Appalachian North Carolina. Great for libraries of all sizes.
Curious City’s beautifully designed StoryWalk® panels feature each spread of a picture book with a companion reader engagement prompt. Each StoryWalk is customized to thank your sponsors and deliver community messages. Curious City StoryWalks are now managed b longtime collaborator Banacom Sign in South Portland, Maine.
Maddigan, B. and S. Bloos. 2014. Community library programs that work: Building youth and family literacy. Santa Barbara: Libraries Unlimited. Chapter on StoryWalk. Great resource from Canada.
ALSC Liaison with National Organizations. Partnering Through StoryWalks®. 2016.
Belle Plaine Public Library. 2017. StoryWalk® How-To. Good resource from Kansas
Fond du Lac Public Library. 2015. Lakeside Park StoryWalk combines reading, outdoors.
StoryWalks & StoryMobs – taking Early Literacy beyond the library walls, Valley Storytime
The following librarians have agreed to be expert resources for StoryWalk(R) programming. Reach out to them with additional questions!
Barbara Scott, Children’s Librarian @ Bucyrus Public Library, Bucyrus, OH 44820
Lea Wentworth Youth Services Librarian at McCracken County Public Library, KY
Kayleigh Thomas, Gilford Public Library, NH
Cathy Potter, Children’s and Teen Librarian, East Hartford Public Library, East Hartford, CT
Angela Reynolds, Annapolis Valley Regional Library, Nova Scotia
Are there additional resources you use at your library to support StoryWalk(R) programming? Let us know using this form and we’ll add them to this webpage.