Your little lit lover goes through books faster than you can stock the shelves.
There’s a Pig Latin phrase for kids like her: ook bay ig pay.
The simplest way to explain BookPig is to say it’s like Netflix for pint-size page-turners. You make an online queue, books are delivered to your mailbox (free shipping!), tiny enjoys them for as long as they hold her attention, and then you send them back and get more. It’s that easy.
On-staff librarians recommend books by age, subject, grade, or gender — they even have suggestions to entice the most reluctant of readers. Best of all, there are no wait lists or late fees, and it’s always open for business.
Which should make you happier than an ig pay in ud may.
Available online at bookpig.com, starting at $15 per month.
Presidents Day Kite-Making
What: Create a high-flying collage of colored shapes on prefab kites.
Why: School is out, let your creativity fly.
When: Today, 1-3 p.m.
Where: Contemporary Jewish Museum, 736 Mission St. (415-655-7800). Adults, $10; children, free.
Faux Bois Log Workshop
What: Acme Party Box pros lead the way in making a log vessel.
Why: For real, it looks cute.
When: Sat., 2-3 p.m. (Also Mar. 5, 2-3 p.m.)
Where: Acme Party Box Company, 855 El Camino Real, ste. 102, Palo Alto (650-618-4682). Cost is $40.
Family Fun at the JCC
What: Enjoy puppet shows, family swim, KinderGym, and more.
Why: A world of fun for under $30.
When: Sun., 10 a.m.-12:15 p.m.
Where: 3200 California St. (415-292-1200). Family (up to two adults and two children), $25.