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Index to reviews of fiction and nonfiction books
There was a grant program to send glasses for the upcoming solar eclipse to libraries around the country.
Unfortunately the Austin Public Library was not selected to receive any.
The following area libraries will have the glasses, available on a first-come, first-served basis, during their solar eclipse events on August 21.
Closer to home, the Howson Branch of the Austin Public Library will have a Solar Eclipse Afternoon on August 21 where you will learn how to make a pinhole projector to see the eclipse.
You can also make your own pinhole projector using this tutorial from Wired magazine.
Do not look directly at the sun or eclipse without glasses that meet safety standards. Doing so can permanently damage your eyesight.
Book reviews, literary criticism, author biographies and publishing information.
Recommended fiction and nonfiction books, magazines and web resources for children
Recommended fiction and nonfiction books, magazines and websites for middle and junior high school libraries.
Recommended audiobooks, sound recordings, video recordings, websites, games and other electronic resources for children and adults
Recommended fiction and nonfiction books for teens in grades 9 through 12
Index to short stories published in anthologies, collections and periodicals
Collections of 20th century poems