StoryWalk® at Rose Tree Park

Welcome to StoryWalk sign in Rose Tree Park.

Literacy and Recreation Program now available to Delaware County Residents

Delaware County residents can now take part in StoryWalk® at Rose Tree Park! Located in the upper field behind the amphitheater stage, StoryWalk® is a children's story book that is spread out page by page across 18 reading stations along an approximately .25 mile trail that promotes health and literacy in children. StoryWalk® is generally geared for children between the ages of 1-7. You can find a map of StoryWalk's location and reading station trail here. Find the StoryWalk® welcome sign, as seen above, to begin your journey!

Read the StoryWalk® Opening Ceremony Press Release here (PDF). The StoryWalk® project was created by Anne Ferguson of Montpelier, VT and developed in collaboration with the Vermont Bicycle & Pedestrian Coalition (VBPC) and the Kellogg Hubbard Library. Delaware County Libraries is proud to be the first library system in the region that offers all of its patrons the StoryWalk® project. 

The StoryWalk® book will be changed throughout the year, so check our website and social media accounts as we'll be announcing new StoryWalk books. Currently in StoryWalk® is Brick by Brick by Heidi Woodward Sheffield. 

Be sure to check out these other StoryWalks® in the county:

 

Swarthmore Public Library’s Storybook Walk at Little Crum Creek Park

Rachel Kohl Community Library's StoryWalk at Concord Township Park

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