Aurora Public Library Blog

Welcome to Aurora Public Library’s blog. A place where our library staff share their thoughts, insider knowledge and overall love of all things book and community.

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June 2020 - Posts
Learn It!

Do you know the stories in the stars? Join Aurora Parks, Recreation & Open Space naturalist Joy Thompson in exploring the lore of constellations - and maybe even find your story in the stars!



Join us for Stargazing with Julie live on Facebook on Tuesday, June 30 at 9 p.m. to see what you constellations you can find in the summer sky! 
Posted by svanholb@auroragov.org  On Jun 26, 2020 at 9:00 AM
  
Create & DIY for adults

Have an old t-shirt that you don't wear anymore, but just can't stand to part with? Give it new life as a upcycled bag! 



Posted by svanholb@auroragov.org  On Jun 24, 2020 at 11:35 AM
  
Draw It!

Grab a pencil and paper - it's time to Draw It! 📝 Our staff member Kristin shows how to draw a fierce dragon!



Show us your dragon in the comments and tell us what you'd like to draw next! 
Posted by svanholb@auroragov.org  On Jun 23, 2020 at 4:54 PM
  
Read It!

Family Book Club 
with Tess

"The Turnaway Girls" by Hayley Chewins
Chapters 23 - 31

The Turnaway Girls

- Linna wants everyone to be able to choose what they want to do (make shimmer, music, etc.). How do you feel about Blightsend being so controlling with everyone having one role assigned to them and no freedom to change it?

- The birds represent freedom. When Delphernia sings, she creates golden birds. What does Bly say they really are?

- What has Bly made and how can Delphernia's birds help him?

- Mother Nine has found Delphernia. Why do you think she has come out of the cloister?

- We are nearing the end of the book! What do you think will happen? 

Leave your thoughts in the comments below!
Posted by svanholb@auroragov.org  On Jun 22, 2020 at 2:51 PM 2 Comments
  
Making Magic: Crafts for Kids

Rainbow Paper Windchime
by Tessy

Can you make a rainbow? Create rainbow paper and string it together in a homemade windchime to catch the summer breeze!



Thank you to The Science Kiddo for letting us share their rainbow paper craft.
Posted by svanholb@auroragov.org  On Jun 22, 2020 at 10:10 AM
  
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