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This month we will learn all about hearts in all their
The Heart Anatomy Song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JFSF9n0zu18
Heart song for young kids (kind of like BINGO): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kgAx_sQ0mqE
How to Draw a Heart (preschoolers): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HGjL_0QwQvI
How to create a Geometric Polygon Heart: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lSn1m1Ecu1Y
Art From Her Heart The Story of Folk Artist Clementine Hunter by Kathy Whitehead Read-Aloud (we just got this book at our library!): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GWWcT31jtc0
Heart “Op Art” Tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n93EK17cZuo
And since its Black History Month, here are some amazing black scientists that I follow and I thought you might find their work as cool as I do!
Tyler Thrasher (chemist/botanist/artist): https://tylerthrasher.com/about
Shane Campbell-Staton (evolutionary biologist/professor/podcaster): https://socgen.ucla.edu/people/shane-campbell-staton/https://thebiologyofsuperheroespodcast.podbean.com/
Kennda Lynch (astrobiologist/featured in Alien Worlds series on Netflix which was awesome): https://kenndalynch.com/
Maynard Okereke (engineer/science communicator/host of “The Hip Hop Science Show”: https://www.hiphopscienceshow.com/bio
Earyn McGee (herpetologist/science communicator/creator of “FindThatLizard”: https://earynmcgee.com/
Corina Newsome (ornithologist/co-organizer of Black Birders Week): https://www.pbs.org/wnet/nature/blog/corina-newsome/
Alexis Nikole Nelson (plant expert/wild forager/tik tok star): https://www.thekitchn.com/alexis-nikole-nelson-forager-tiktok-the-way-we-eat-23060470
Jessica Malaty Rivera (vaccine infodemiologist): https://linktr.ee/jessicamalatyrivera
Jonathan C Hall (ecologist/educator: https://www.jonathanchall.com/
In our collection we have many books authored by African Americans, stories that are Black-centric, as well as informative and compelling non-fiction regarding history and race. We also have many new books in our children’s collection that celebrate diversity, black visibility and racial identity.
Here are just a few examples but we have a dedicated Black History Month curated rolling cart inside the library and as always we are happy to help you find whatever you are looking for.