Science Fiction has often been a way for writers to safely explore Earthly politics under the guise of other worlds, dimensions or times.
The first thing we’re doing is designing original objects in the free online program Tinkercad. Just sign up for an account, and the website itself will walk you through a tutorial (complete with stars every time you complete something!) If you’d like video help as well, just watch the Lynda.com video on Tinkercad for free with your Westlake Porter Public Library card.
Read It Make It is celebrating the 4th of July! There is no doubt this will be an exciting weekend for everyone. Be sure to make some time for a book and craft.
Two of my favorite things are music and anime (Japanese animation/cartoons). So, when I find something that combines the two, I'm incredibly happy. For those of you who are like me, and are looking for a way to combine these two interests, let me suggest a couple of must-see musical anime for you.
And, of course, if you don't know much about anime, but are interested in it, why not give one of the titles on this list a try?
Cleveland sports fans are still in a state of disbelief that we now have three champions representing us.
Enjoy the rest of the summer with these July and August movie releases based on books!
We have been waiting 13 years and the sequel to Finding Nemo is finally here. Finding Dory opened at theaters last week and is the perfect summer film for the family. Teenagers are even interested in the movie, because it brings back memories of when they were young. Finding Dory is sure to be a classic.
Octopus Opposites by Stella Blackstone is a colorful picture book. The simply rhyming language appeals to young children and encourages them to pick out opposites in their daily routine.