The Morris Area Youth Services Group (MAYS) presents:

stepintostory Program Begins April 1st, 2015!

Each participating M.A.I.N. library  has decorated a section of their children’s space to represent a favorite children’s story. Patrons will have the opportunity to visit such stories as “The Day the Crayons Quit” at the Wharton Library, step into the world of “Curious George” at the Montville Library, and battle the gods with Percy Jackson at the Long Hill Library!  At each participating library patrons can enter to win a fun prize. The more libraries you visit, the better your chances of winning!

*Winners will be announced at individual libraries during                                                                the first week of May 2015.*

  To see the fantastic decorations at each of the participating libraries click on the following link: Step Into A Story Photos

To be eligible to enter, Patrons must meet the following regulations:

      1. Must be 18 years old or younger.

      2. Reside in a locality served by a M.A.I.N. library, as outlined www.mainlib.org/locations

               (Courtesy Card holders and Open Borrowers are NOT permitted to enter.)

       3. Must possess or have a parent who possesses an active, unexpired, M.A.I.N. library card                (sibling cards do not qualify)

       4. Have a library account in good standing, with no fines or fees in excess of $5.00.

For a complete list of Rules and Regulations click here.

Participating Libraries

Bernards Township Library – Stories From Around the World/Folktales

Boonton Library – The Grouchy Ladybug - Eric Carle

Butler Library – Mossy- Jan Brett

Chatham Library -Winnie the Pooh – A.A. Milne

Chester Library – The Very Hungry Caterpillar – Eric Carle

Denville Library – Don’t Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus – Mo Willems

Dover Library – Dinosaurs Before Dark – Mary Pope Osborne

East Hanover Public Library – How Do Dinosaurs… – Jane Yolen

Florham Park Library – Cinderella

Kemmerer Library (Harding Township) – The Knight at Dawn – Mary Pope Osborne

Lake Hiawatha Branch Library (Parsippany) – Where the Wild Things Are – Maurice Sendak

Lincoln Park Library – Diary of a Wimpy Kid – Jeff Kinney

Long Hill Library – The Lightning Thief – Rick Riordan

Madison Public Library – Charlie and the Chocolate Factory – Roald Dahl

Mendham Borough Library – Dr. Seuss

Mendham Township Library – Rainbow Fish – Marcus Pfister

Montville Library – Curious George – H.A. Rey

Morris County Library – Paddington - Michael Bond

Mount Arlington – The Magic School Bus

Mount Olive Library – Pete the Cat – James Dean

Mount Tabor Library (Parsippany) – If You Give a Mouse a Cookie – Laura Numeroff

Mountain Lakes Library – The Jungle Book – Rudyard Kipling

Parisppany Public Library (Main Branch) – Frog and Toad – Arnold Lobel

Pequannock Library – Charlotte’s Web – E.B. White

Riverdale Public Library – Alice in Wonderland – Lewis Carroll

Rockaway Public Library (Main Branch) – Harry Potter – J.K. Rowling

Roxbury Public Library – David Shannon

Washington Township Public Library – Into the Woods/Fairytales

Wharton Public Library – The Day the Crayons Quit – Drew Daywalt

*Participating libraries do not own the stories, characters, illustrations, etc. used in library decoration or publicity. All rights belong to the authors, publishers, illustrators, etc.*