This is the Earth
Saturday, April 22, 2017 is Earth Day. This year's focus is all about environmental and climate literacy. So use these brand-new books to fill your brain with knowledge about our amazing planet!
- Big Fantastic Earth by Jen Green (2016)
E 550 GRE BEGINNING READER
- Listopia: Planet Earth by James Buckley Jr. & Diane Bailey (2016)
J 910 BUC
- Protecting Earth's Surface by Natalie Hyde (2016)
E 363.7 HYD
- Rivers of Sunlight: How the Sun Moves Water Around the Earth by Molly Bang (2017)
E 551.48 BAN
- Stickmen's Guide to Earth's Atmosphere in Layers by Catherine Chambers (2017)
J 551.51 CHA
- This Is the Earth by Diane Z. Shore & Jessica Alexander (2016)
J 811 SHO
And stay tuned for even more great book recommendations in our upcoming Information Foundations, the annual blog series featuring our nonfiction summer reading list. Week 4 focuses on Earth, Our Home.
Once Upon a Time
Watch the latest episode of Once Upon a Time with fellow fans! We'll meet in the Shakespeare Room downstairs at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, April 24, 2017. There will also be a cool craft and fun snacks inspired by the series. You don't have to register for this event, but you do have to be at least 14 years old to attend.
Make sure you stop by the Teen Spot afterwards to grab a book inspired by fairytales. You can access a list of some of our favorites by clicking here. You can also stop by the desk and ask for a recommendation.