StoryWalks®

Directional sign for Oak View StoryWalk

Read a children’s book while you enjoy a nature walk at several Wake County Park locations. The StoryWalk® Project was created by Anne Ferguson of Montpelier, Vermont, and developed in collaboration with the Kellogg-Hubbard Library. StoryWalk® is a registered service mark owned by Ms. Ferguson.

Visit all our StoryWalks®!

Blue Jay Point County Park

Blue Jay StoryWalk

Check back to find out more about Blue Jay Point's next StoryWalk®.

Crowder County Park

Crowder StoryWalk

Stop by the park and visit our monthly StoryWalk®! This wonderful program combines the joy of reading a story while also getting out and enjoying nature. This hike is around 0.8 miles.

Cover of November Storywalk at Crowder

During the month of December, stop by the park to check out the new StoryWalk®! This month's book is “Time to Sleep” by Denise Fleming. 

Green Hills County Park

Graphic promoting StoryWalks at Green Hills

Check back for information on upcoming StoryWalks® at Green Hills County Park!

 

Harris Lake County Park

Harris StoryWalk

Stop by the park and visit Harris Lake County Park's newest StoryWalk®! This wonderful program combines the joy of reading a story while also getting out and enjoying nature.

 

 

Cover of the December StoryWalk at Harris

From Thursday, December 9 and through Sunday, January 2, visit Owl Moon, written by Jane Yolen and illustrated by John Schoenherr. This StoryWalk® will follow the paved trail beginning at the playground. 

Historic Oak View County Park

Storywalk graphic at Oak View

Take a StoryWalk® at Oak View! A StoryWalk® is a children’s book that is presented page by page along a trail or path. It combines the pleasures of reading a children's book while enjoying nature.

¡Disfrute de un StoryWalk® en Oak View! StoryWalk® es un libro para niños presentado por páginas a lo largo de un sendero o andador. Combina los placeres de leer un libro infantil mientras se disfruta de la naturaleza.

 

Cover of the Oak View December StoryWalk

From December 1st-31st, Oak View's brick walkways will feature the children's book, The Snowy Day, by Ezra Jack Keats (author and illustrator). Join Peter as he ventures out on a snowy day!

Del 1 al 31 de diciembre, los senderos empedrados de Oak View presentarán el libro infantil Un día de nieve, por Ezra Jack Keats (autor e ilustrador). Únase a Peter durante su aventura en un día de nieve.

Cover of December StoryWalk at Oak View in Spanish

StoryWalk® at Oak View is free, requires no advanced registration, and is open during the park's normal hours of operation. Check out our StoryWalk® Social Narrative, to download and print before going to the park.

StoryWalk® en Oak View es gratis, no requiere registrarse con antelación y estará abierta durante el horario normal del parque. Consulte nuestra Narrativa social StoryWalk® para descargar e imprimir antes de acudir al parque.

The StoryWalk® Project was created by Anne Ferguson of Montpelier, VT and developed in collaboration with the Kellogg-Hubbard Library. StoryWalk® is a registered service mark owned by Ms. Ferguson.

El proyecto StoryWalk® fue creado por Anne Ferguson, de Montpelier, VT, y desarrollado en colaboración con la Biblioteca Kellogg-Hubbard. StoryWalk® es una marca registrada propiedad de la señorita Ferguson.

Historic Yates Mill County Park

Yates Mill StoryWalk graphic

Historic Yates Mill County Park is excited to offer a new StoryWalk®, an interactive outdoor activity for you and your family. Join us for this fun self-guided activity which will start at the kiosk near the Visitor Center and end near the mill.

 

Cover of December StoryWalk at Yates Mill

Throughout December visit “Winter Dance,” written by Marion Dane Bauer and illustrated by Richard Jones. Snow is coming, and it's time to get ready! The squirrel gathers nuts, the geese soar south, and the snowshoe hare puts on its new white coat. But what should the fox do? Each animal advises the fox that its own plan is best, but the fox thinks otherwise—yet it's not until he meets a golden-eyed friend that he finds the perfect way to celebrate the snowfall.