- Summer Reading
Explore Space @ Your Library
Thanks to our partnership with the AERO Institute and NASA Dryden Education we invite you to Dream Big and check out our list of great space books for kids, our calendar of exciting space related programs at a library near you, and some of our favorite space websites!
Sat, Sep 27,
@ Leland R. Weaver Library
Long before 1492 American Indian peoples were very familiar with the movement of planets, constellations, and the cycles of the Sun and Moon. They built complex cultures using that knowledge and integrated it into their basic worldviews, traditions, material culture, religion, and mythology. Dr. Paul Apodaca from Chapman University will expand upon American Indian peoples use of this knowledge and its incorporation and reinterpretations by non-native peoples.
For more information contact American Indian Resource Center
(323) 583-2794, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Kids Explore Space
- NASA Brain Bites
So you always wanted to ask NASA: What is the temperature of space? How do you scratch your nose in a spacesuit? How long does it take to call Mars? NASA Brain Bites has short, fun space trivia videos!
Read space books online using BookFLIX!
- The Clickable Spacesuit
Learn about spacesuits with this interactive feature on the NASA website.
- NASA's The Space Place
The Space Place is full of games, puzzles, quizzes, videos, pictures and facts about the Earth, Space and Technology.
- NASA’s Kids’ Club
NASA Kids’ Club contains online puzzles, trivia, games, and more!
Parent / Teacher Resources