Shows children how to cook a variety of simple dishes and desserts. Features characters from the Disney PIXAR film Ratatouille.

Sesame Street let's cook! by Susan McQuillan

Provides ideas and instructions for do-it-yourself home decorating projects, and includes photographs of finished projects.

"From the author of the incredibly original Knitting Mochimochi comes a delightful collection of supersized, quick-and-easy knitted toy creations sure to please knitters of all ages. Bigger sometimes does mean better. In Teeny-Tiny Mochimochi Anna Hrachovec charmed knitters with her adorable miniature Mochimochi Land creatures. In Huge + Huggable Mochimochi she gives us knitted toys with even more to love. With 20 large-scale projects, from a massive monster truck to a pirate pillow pal and a super-cute bag buddy that converts from knapsack to shoulder bag, these playful knits make wonderful gifts and whimsical decorations. Anna also explains how to size the projects up or down so the knitter can customize each piece as desired"--.

Field & Stream editor-at-large T. Edward Nickens has fished, paddled, backpacked, hunted, and camped from the rainforest to the Arctic Sea. Winner of more than two dozen national writing awards, he is TV host for the Total Outdoorsman Challenge.

Drop into the Community Room from 6:30-8:00pm on Thursday, May 5 to make a Michigan-themed nature craft with mom. All ages welcome. 

Scratch is a programming language used to create stories and games that can be shared with others all over the world. Join us in celebrating International Scratch Day on Saturday, May 14, from 2:00-3:00pm with an introduction to Scratch. For coders ages 9-12. Registration begins on April 26

Go green with these eco-friendly reads for kids!

Non-Fiction

Recycling, step by step by Jean Lundquist

Offers children a step-by-step overview of the recycling process, explaining what happens to each item after it goes to the recycling committee and why it is important to recycle.

Create Your Own Family Crest

This post contains suggestions for how to earn your Be Creative: On the Scene, Explore History: On the Scene, and Keep It Real: On the Scene badges.
Learn more and earn badges on the Connect Your Summer page.

Join us in the Community Room for a fun and fascinating exploration of family history. Learn about heraldry designs and symbolism, then get creative and make a coat of arms for yourself or your family! All supplies will be provided. This program is open to all ages and families are encouraged to attend. No registration required.

Family Crest by Dewayne Neeley is licensed under CC BY 2.0

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