For a limited time, get the high resolution files from Big Dance for an outdoor, social distanced 16-page StoryWalk® experience.
Get it here from our friends at Curious City →
Size: 24″ W x 18″ L
Number of Signs: 16
File Type: 16 individual high resolution PDF’s
No Customization: While Curious City normally works with communities to customize our other StoryWalks, this free StoryWalk® cannot be customized with your logos or resized.
Display Permission: Can be displayed for five years.
Lots of exciting new StoryWalk® Solutions installations around the country! Check out some of them below. If you’re thinking of an installation, get a free quote for your StoryWalk® project.
Let’s Move In Libraries provided a great overview of how libraries can get started with a StoryWalk®.
Celebrate three StoryWalk® projects in Illinois Library Association.
See how Michigan cities have implemented StoryWalk®, including braille stories!
Taking the kids for a walk through Columbia Park now has both physical and literary benefits.
“The idea is to promote literacy with physical activity,” said Eileen McNeil, the library’s director of patron services.
A Jacksonville senior attains Girl Scouts highest honor with the installation of a StoryWalk®.
The debut exhibit is actually not a story but an art exhibit, created by Warwick Valley Middle School students in the art classes of Nicole Heller and Julie Sisco.
“The walking path at this park is about three quarters of a mile and we ordered 20 posts, which is what I am told is the usual amount that libraries order.”
In celebration of National Park and Recreation Month, the first StoryWalk® in Boca Raton has opened at the Pondhawk Natural Area next to the Spanish River branch of the Boca Raton Public Library.