RICHARDSON – Darbey’s StoryWalk located outside of the Richardson Public Library is one of several places around the City still accessible to the community.
Darbey’s StoryWalk is a 16-station reading opportunity that allows visitors to exercise their minds and their bodies while enjoying fresh air outside. This month’s selection is “Felipe and Claudette,” by Mark Teague. The book centers around a grumpy cat and a rambunctious dog, both living in an animal shelter and looking for their forever homes.
“There are lots of wide-open space outside the Library where visitors can go from one reading station to another and does not require people to be close to one another. People come from all over to follow the path, reading a great book and enjoying the outdoors,” said Shay Brooks, Librarian III, Youth Services Supervisor at the Richardson Public Library.
The StoryWalk path is easy to follow and begins on the northside of the Library. There is a different book featured every month.
Currently, the Library is offering modified services through curbside service and online services.
Visit www.cor.net/Library for more information.