Visit a Richland Library StoryWalk® Near You


StoryWalks® are a delightful way for children — and adults — to enjoy reading and the outdoors at the same time. Accessible trails located throughout Richland County, offer readers of all ages a chance to walk along their favorite trails while reading a story, step-by-step and page-by-page.

Gather the family for a walk along a trail that leads to an interactive reading adventure! Step into a new book at a Richland Library StoryWalk® near you.

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Visit Richland Library’s StoryWalk® at Doko Meadows Park (100 Alvina Hagood Cir., 29016) featuring I Am a Bird by Dana Walrath.

Celebrate the bonds between fathers, sons, and nature with this lovely, sun-drenched debut picture book.

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Visit Richland Library’s StoryWalk® at Caughman Road Park (2733 Trotter Rd., 29061) featuring Jabari Jumps by Gaia Cornwall.

Working up the courage to take a big, important leap is hard, but Jabari is almost absolutely ready to make a giant splash.

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Visit Richland Library’s StoryWalk® at Hyatt Park (950 Jackson Ave., 29203) featuring Rainbow Stew by Cathryn Falwell.

It’s a rainy summer day, but the vegetables in Grandpa’s garden are just waiting to be picked. So many delicious ingredients to slice, chop, peel, and dice for a great big pot of mouthwatering Rainbow Stew.

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Pick up a copy of How Do You Wokka-Wokka? by Elizabeth Bluemle, one of our StoryWalk® titles, at one of the Richland Library locations.

The children’s book, tells the story of a young boy who likes to “wokka-wokka, shimmy-shake, and shocka-shocka” and gathers his neighbors together for a surprise celebration.

StoryWalk® provides an opportunity for families to celebrate a love of reading, keep moving and enjoy a local park together. Find a StoryWalk® near you by clicking here.

Have you been to a StoryWalk®? What did your family love about it?


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