StoryWalk ®

Corte Madera

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1.   Your StoryWalk® starts at the Corte Madera Library Garden, opens a new window
      707 Meadowsweet Drive

2.   Corte Madera Library - Entrance sign, opens a new window
      707 Meadowsweet Drive

3.   Peet’s Coffee - garden
      77 Casa Buena Drive

4.   Bank of America, opens a new window
      663 Tamalpais Drive

5.   Pet Club
      508 Tamalpais Drive

6.   Café Verde Pizzeria
      502 Tamalpais Drive

7.   Corte Madera Town Park - near basketball court
      498 Tamalpais Drive

8.   Corte Madera Community Center
      498 Tamalpais Drive

9.   Corte Madera Town Park Playground
      Pixley Avenue

10. Corte Madera Fire Department
      342 Tamalpais Drive

11. Fit Club for Women, opens a new window
      30 Tamalpais Drive

12. Stefano's Pizza
      225 Corte Madera Avenue

13. Menke Park
      220 Corte Madera Avenue

14. Menke Park
      220 Corte Madera Avenue


Need help?

Call us at Corte Madera Library at 415-924-3515 during open hours.

About StoryWalk®

Read a story together as you enjoy a walk through your town or local park!

A StoryWalk® is a fun, family-friendly, outdoor activity, where pages of a book are placed along a walking route. Each stop along the way displays one page of the book.

Agua, Agüita / Water, Little Water by Jorge Argueta tells the story of the water cycle from the perspective of one little droplet. The story is written in three languages: English, Spanish, and Nahuat.

Pick up a route guide from your local library or see a list of all routes.

Happy trails!

Agua, Agüita / Water, Little Water by Jorge Argueta


Here are some fun learning activities you can do together along the walk or after the walk.


Here are some booklists with suggested reading to learn more about the water cycle and nature.

The StoryWalk project is generously supported by the Friends of the Marin County Library.

Thank you to all our community partners and participating members of our civic and business communities!

Peet's Coffee and Tea -  Bank of America - Pet Club Corte Madera  -  Café Verde Pizzeria  -  Corte Madera Community Center  -  Corte Madera Fire Department - Fit Club for Women -  Stefano's Pizza - Town of Corte Madera Parks & Recreation Dept

This interactive program is designed to foster a sense of community and a love of story. It encourages community members to get to know their local businesses and parks, while promoting play, literacy, and exercise through a book-inspired treasure hunt.


The StoryWalk® Project was created by Anne Ferguson of Montpelier, VT and developed in collaboration with the Kellogg-Hubbard Library. Storywalk® is a registered service mark owned by Ms. Ferguson.

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