Story Walks

Story Walks

Take a walk and read two new bilingual (English/Spanish) picture books as you stroll on our new and improved Story Walk displays at Carousel and Rockwood Parks! Displays will rotate locations bi-monthly. Enjoy Story Walks from dawn until dusk. All ages. FREE

DelCastle Story Walk *NEW LOCATION*

2920 Duncan Rd, Pike Creek

Why Would Elephants Rather Play Tag? by Silvina Rocha 

Friends of all shapes and sizes play hide and seek. The mouse counts to ten. The bee hides in a matchbox, the cat hides in the piano, and the elephant looks, and looks, and looks...Will he be able to find a hiding spot in time? This story invites children into a fun game of hide and seek.

Rockwood Park Story Walk

4651 Washington Street Extension, North Wilmington

Hippo No Nada by Pablo Bernasconi

Hippo is afraid of the water, so he convinced himself that swimming must be boring.  He then decides to go out looking for something different to do. But nothing works out: he is too heavy or too big to jump on the rope or climb trees. Maybe there’s something he can do... He’ll have to find the courage to do it. A story, full of humor, about our fears and how we rise above them.

Carousel Park Story Walk

3700 Limestone Road, Pike Creek

Lupita and the Surprise (Lupita y la Supresa) by Eva Mastrogiulio  

Lupita and the surprise brings children closer to a healthy way of life that is more respectful to our planet. Gastronomy, botany and ecology bring the little ones closer to responsible consumption practices.