It is easy to make your own cloth face mask. All you need for this project is 100% cotton fabric and either elastic or string to secure the mask to your face. We use a sewing machine to sew the mask in this video but you can hand sew your own mask as well. This design was taken from the New York Times and more information about how to make this mask can be found here: https://www.nytimes.com/article/how-to-make-face-mask-coronavirus.html
Now that it is spring, it is a perfect time to start a garden and we have created a video to show you how to make a newspaper seed planter. Not only is this a great way to upcycle old newspaper but once your seeds have sprouted, you can put the entire newspaper planter into the ground or transfer it to a larger pot and it will simply decompose as your plant grows through the summer.
You can access lots of Passover and Easter content for kids on Hoopla!
Simply log in with your library card and enter the holiday you're searching for in the search box. You can limit your results to content for children by clicking on KIDS next to the search box. Voila! You just bought (or should we say borrowed? Get it? It's a library joke!) yourself 8 minutes to get some food in the oven!
Even better than BINGO, we've created a fun SPRINGO game board to keep your brain in gear this season. Participate by completing 7 activities in a row, then letting us know how you did for a chance to win a prize!
It's storytime again!!! Enjoy another short storytime and sing along with Betsy, a Youth Services Librarian at EBPL. Today's story is the DW the Picky Eater by Marc Brown. Watch this video and see all of our storytime videos on YouTube channel.
Stuck at home and looking for something new to read? The First Chapter Book Club is just for you! We'll be selecting awesome books and reading just their first chapter. If you are hooked, we'll tell you how you can read the rest of the book for free using some of our amazing online resources! The second book that we're reading from is Sink or Swim, the third book in the Whatever After series by Sarah Mlynowski.