In order to avoid coming in contact with or spreading COVID-19 germs while continuing to provide MGOL sessions to their weekly participants, facilitators have been finding creative ways to present MGOL from home.
Join some of these at-home versions of MGOL by clicking on the links below.

Join Ms. Katrina at the Northborough Free Library in Massachusetts

Abby Kingsbury at the Harvard Public Library in Massachusetts presents an abbreviated MGOL with no books or recorded music. 

Laurie Collins at the Ipswich Public Library in Massachusetts

Lake County Public Library, Lake County, Indiana

Cindy Cristin at the Bozeman Public Library in Montana has incorporated MGOL into her “Books and Babies” program.

Miss Ellen at West Hartford Library Services in Connecticut

Children’s Librarian, Iris presents a few warm-up MGOL rhymes

Jeff “Cork” Hardin at Sprocket in Baltimore, Maryland

Dora Garraton at the Terra Haute Public Library in Indiana. 

Julie Dries from the Harrison Township Public Library in Michigan

Kathy Gunter from the Maumelle Library in Arkansas 

Ms Kris at the Wyomissing Public Library in Pennsylvania

Iris from the Fairfax Library in Marin County, California

Ms. Jane and Ms. Liz at the Fairfax County Public Library in Virginia

Tara and Molly from the Cedar Rapids Public Library in Iowa
Here’s a nice video about MGOL from April 12, 2018

Deborah Margolis at the  Sharei Zedek Gan in Lansing, Michigan

Julie Kellndorfer at the Public Library of Brookline, in Massachusetts will be recording and posting the equivalent of one full MGOL session on her library’s  YouTube channel over the next few weeks. The session in split into 4 parts (based on where she would pause to read a book) for families to watch at home. Julie will be posting Parts 2-4 on Wednesday mornings over the next 2 weeks, at 10:30 AM.

Ms. Tanya from the Ringtown Area Library in Pennsylvania

Miss Megan from the Moon Township Public Library in Pennsylvania

Sascha Gardiner at the Hagaman Memorial Library in East Haven, CT creatively uses the MGOL CD and Spanish MGOL CD during her program. MGOL sessions will be presented every Tuesday and Thursday at 10:30 am on the Hagaman Library Facebook page.

Danielle Masterson from the Flint Memorial Library in North Reading, MA presents  “a live version online called Songs & Rhymes with Ms. Danielle” accompanied by two furry friends.

Tracy Karbel at the Royal Oak Library in Michgian made a hand-washing song video based on a MGOL song “We Hit the Floor Together” by Barbara Cass-Beggs.

Jacki and Nancy from the J.V. Fletcher Library in Westford, MA

Mrs. Keogh at the Wilton Public Library in Connecticut.

Miss Marisa at the Palm Harbor Library in Florida – great handwashing commentary!

Miss Lubow at Snyder County Libraries, PA

Miss Addie at the Otterbein Public Library in Indiana

Crystal at the Detroit Public Library, Michigan

Ms. Sarah from Bethel Park Public Library, Pennsylvania 

Miss Elizabeth at the Jeffersonville Township Public Library, Indiana

Miss Natalie at the Rogers Memorial Library in Southampton, New York

Miss Jojo from Dover Public Library in New Hampsire shares some favorite MGOL songs

Jess at the Lompoc Public Library in Lompoc CA

Ms. Mary at the Faulkner County Library  in Conway, Arkansas

Ms. Molly at the Pollard Memorial Library in Lowell, Massachusetts

Dr. Tess Prendergast at the Vancouver Public Library in British Columbia, Canada

Here is information about some of the sites that are doing live streaming:

Sandtown Public Library in New Hampshire offers MGOL on Monday mornings on YouTube for 30 minutes. The days YouTube video is posted  to the library’s website ten (10) minutes prior to the start time. Here is an example with Miss Adrienne from May 4, 2020.