You are invited to visit the Hudson Library’s brand-new permanent outdoor storywalk! We are so excited to offer this service, featuring a new children’s book to read and discover each month. Our very first storybook selection is on display now. The storywalk is located on the library’s back lawn, along the accessible walking path between Clinton Street and Village Way. Enjoy!
Our first book is Beatrice Was a Tree by Joyce Hesselberth. We hope you have a fun time reading it on the storywalk! If you would like to check out a copy, you can find it in our catalog here. Happy reading!
NASA Glenn Research Center is celebrating 80 years! Located in Cleveland, the Glenn Research Center “designs and develops innovative technology to advance NASA’s missions in aeronautics and space exploration. It has world-class facilities including wind tunnels, drop towers, vacuum chambers, and a research aircraft hangar.”
To honor the Center’s 80 years, students in grades 4 – 12 are invited to join the celebration by learning about NASA Glenn’s missions and people, and then writing an essay explaining how they are inspired or how new space discoveries may change our lives in the future.
See the NASA Glenn site here for important dates and details!
Here are some other fun and informative NASA sites for kids and families:
Our new Storybook Bundles are now available upon request at our drive-through window. No reservations needed! Each bundle includes a few books with a related craft. The books and craft in the bundle are geared toward ages 2-5. If you have multiple children in your family, you may ask for additional crafts. Storybook Bundles are available while supplies last.
Fall is here! And even though we are in a global health pandemic, there is still safe, socially distant Fall fun to be had. Thanks to our friends at Barberton Public Library for the cute graphic above, which provides a great bucket list of seasonal family fun.
Here is a printable version, if you would like to print it, hang it up, and check off what the kids would like to do: