So we're in the process of going through all of our non-fiction books and rather than me guessing what kinds of books you need, I thought I would go directly to the source.
We'd like to introduce you to Chrysanthemum and Rosie. Both of them are named after picture book characters, which you can check out below. They are known as Robo hamsters, which is a dwarf hamster breed.
According to the website "The Spruce Pets"
The smallest and fastest of any hamster, the Rob or Robo is about the size of a bean when born and when fully grown is no bigger than an adult's thumb, or 2 to 3 inches. These shy little creatures originated in the deserts of Mongolia, China, and Russia.
Dwarf Roborovski hamsters are curious beings that don't like to be held. They are content to socialize with their own kind while you watch from outside their home.
Chrysanthemum and Rosie were brought to us thanks to the Friends of the Library. They provided us with the girls and all the supplies needed to make them comfy.
by Henkes, Kevin
Chrysanthemum loves her name, until she starts going to school and the other children make fun of it.
Rosie Revere, engineer
by Beaty, Andrea
This is the story of Rosie Revere, who dreamed of becoming a great engineer.
The staff are super excited to dress up as princesses throughout the summer and do tons of programs based around fantasy and mythology.
Some of the highlights ...
Fairy Gardens for ages 8-12 and 13-18
The Mobile Planetarium for grades k-2 and 3-5
Omnipresent Puppet Theater Presents: Beauty and the Beast
Princess Tea Party (I will be dressed as Merida! She's my favorite!)
Its me. I like tech toys.