Tuesday, July 14, 2009

A Big Yellow Hug, or Science Alive at the Library

Science Alive is a great program that our library usually hosts every summer. If you have the opportunity to go, I highly recommend it. Mr. Neill from Science Alive visited our library today and brought 5 exciting animals to share - chinchilla, tortoise, armadillo, anteater, and python. Everyone gets to look and touch the animals. Mr. Neill does a great interactive presentation with interesting facts and stories as he brings the animals around to each child.

Here is a slideshow of the pictures. If you'd prefer to click through to the album, you can click on the slideshow or try this LINK.

1 comment:

~Byn There said...

That does look like an awesome problem. Praise God for libraries!! Glad to see your comments again (and postings). Hope you had a great time camping and yes, I'm glad we're all ok too and I forgive that young woman IJN.