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April Fools’ Day is an custom that takes place on April 1st, consisting of practical jokes and hoaxes. The player of the joke or prank exposes their action later by shouting “April Fools!” at the recipient. April Fools’ Day might have started in France, when the country adopted the Gregorian Calendar in 1582. The new calendar moved New Years’ Day to January 1st from April 1st, but, when people forgot and celebrated the New Year in April, people made fun of them! April Fools’ Day, or a day like it, is celebrated in many countries. Here are some jokes for you to use today.
Here Comes the Pun: 204 Hilarious Jokes for Kids — Here Comes the Pun
Who’s tricking who in this story that’s perfect for April Fools’ Day! Mice Twice
The Youth Services Staff at the Chester County Library and Hankin Branch are presenting Virtual Storytimes beginning April 27th. They will be for three different ages groups — 0 to 2 Year Olds, 3 & 4 Year Olds, and 5 & 6 Year Olds. Registration is required via the Events Calendar at https://chescolibraries.org/. Virtual Storytimes are not registered as multi-week sessions; you will need to register for each storytime individually.