July 11, 2022

Troy Library’s July picks for kids

Learn about great books for exploring science, art, and language with kids. Carol Roberts, Young People’s Services Librarian at Troy Public Library, shares info and excerpts from four cool & “quirky” recent books. (1) “Words That Changed the World: Albert Einstein’s Theory of Relativity (Carl Wilkinson, 2020). (2) “Away with Words: Wise & Witty Poems for Language Lovers (Mary Ann Hoberman, 20220. (3) “Breaking Waves: Winslow Homer Paints the Sea (Robert Burleigh, 2021). (4) “How to Build an Insect” (Roberta Gibson, 2021). Also hear about a free pass to visit the Clark Art Institute, and a watercolor workshop on 7/26. For more details, visit www.thetroylibrary.org/. For info on other libraries in Albany & Rensselaer counties, see uhls.org. Produced by Brea Barthel.

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