Our StoryWalk® was imagined and constructed by local resident Cameron McDonald in partnership with the Library. Cameron is a member of Boy Scout Troop 39 and completed the StoryWalk® in 2021 for his Eagle Scout project.
Cameron and his team of volunteers installed 16 new displays along the walkway at the Library to form a StoryWalk® that is accessible by all. It was designed with children and families in mind, and it is meant to promote reading and exercise in the outdoors.
This project took several months of planning and several workdays with many volunteers to execute and complete. Cameron would like to thank everyone that supported him and his project, including all donations and contributions from the community, family and friends. It is the hope of Cameron and the Library that this project will be a source of great enjoyment for families visiting the library from throughout the town and surrounding area.
- *Walk along and read the story. Please respect the grounds while following the numbered displays during your visit.
- *Send us pictures of you enjoying the StoryWalk® to be featured on our social media! email@example.com
- 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.
- The StoryWalk® at Richmond Library will change monthly, weather permitting. Below, please find more information about our current featured picture book and its creators.
Round Is a Tortilla written by Roseanne Greenfield Thong & illustrated by John Parra
Round Is a Tortilla teaches children about shapes with a fun, rhyming-text and gorgeous illustrations. The duo also created One is a Pinata (numbers) and Green is a Chili Pepper (colors).