Sunday, August 20, 2017

The Sun and Moon are Topics for Story Time

Kevin Surbaugh

Heidi Johnston (rear), Easton (right) and Edan (left)
Photographer Kevin Surbaugh

Thomas Cooper and his daughter Madison
Photographer Kevin Surbaugh
On Monday August 14, 2017, the Baldwin City Library hosted an event, "Don't be Afraid of the Dark," ahead of the eclipse on the 21st.
Librarians read a couple of stories about the sun and moon to three kids and their parents.  The two books read were "Why the Sun and Moon Live in the Sky," by Elphinstone Dayrell and "Sun and Moon," by Lindsey Yankey.
Afterwards the kids made pin hole cameras (to view the eclipse with) and dragons.   The kids (and adults to) then enjoyed sugar cookies, decorated in yellow icing as the sun with black sunglasses.

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