Students participate in the Storybook Cafe activities on Tuesday at the Chester City Building. For the months of June, July and August the Storybook Cafe will be visiting Hancock County communities to provide educational activities and a free lunch for school age children. Each week the mobile learning center picks a theme and brings new activities centered around that theme to teach students. This week’s activities are about the states of matter, and students are completing activities such as making oobleck and fizzy colors as well as playing kickball and reading This is the second year for the Hancock County Schools Storybook Cafe, which visits Tomlinson Run Park, New Cumberland Pharmacy, Newell City Park and the Chester City Building from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. The West Virginia University Extension Services office and Parents as Teachers help with the Storybook Cafe. For more information visit @storybookcafebus on Facebook. Pictured above, Aryn Carr from Parents as Teachers reads children Matter, see it, touch it, taste it, smell it” by Darlene Stille, at Tuesday’s Storybook Cafe. (Photo by Julie Riedel)