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We hope that everyone had a blast at our Maker Day 2023 celebration this weekend! From our amazing local exhibitors to hands-on stations to fun take-home S.T.E.A.M. crafts for all ages, there was so much to be inspired by on Saturday. Keep the Maker Day fun going as long as you want with these great children’s books to help you learn how to create a whole range of exciting new things.

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Drawing Chibi: Learn How to Draw Kawaii People, Animals, and Other Utterly Cute Stuff

Learn how to draw: manga-style! Follow this guide’s step-by-step instructions to create your own chibi onesies and kawaii critters, creatures, food, people, and more.

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Math Maker Lab: 27 Super-Cool Projects

Take the mystery out of math with these 27 projects designed to turn you into a math whiz! Fun experiments, STEM facts, and cool ideas will keep kids engaged as they learn new math skills hands-on.

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Think Like a Coder

Train your brain to think like a coder! The exercises and ideas in this book will help you develop logical, step-by-step thinking patterns just like coders use. Part of the Train Your Brain series, exploring creative careers and learning how to solve problems like an astronaut, engineer, artist, coder, and more.

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The No-Cook Cookbook

Begin creating delicious meals in the kitchen using more than 50 recipes in this book! The No-Cook Cook Book will help you gain independence in the kitchen and sharpen your cooking skills, as well as learn kitchen safety tips and how to start your own edible garden.

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Maker Comics: Design a Game!

Learn about the art and science of game design with Professor Zephyr and the students at Ludum Omega Summer Camp! Play and modify classic games as you learn what makes a game fun and how to turn a good game into a great one. The newest addition to the wildly popular Maker Comics series!

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The Magnificent Makers: Riding Sound Waves

Join Pablo and Violet on their field trip to the science museum, where they learn about touch, hearing, and vision. Along the way, they find out that there is more than meets the eye with their new friend, Henry, who has a sensory processing disorder. Explore more in The Magnificent Makers series, filled with exciting adventures and fun science activities to do at home!

Happy Making!

Melanie Bruchet, Youth Services Librarian

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