Do you need a little bit of scary in your life? Not too much, just a bit? Well, this week’s Read This episode has two horror-light book recommendations to fill that hole in your life. Check them out, send us an email or Instagram DM with your thoughts on one or both recs. Happy reading!
Hey y’all, have you heard about the great 2020 lineup at SYNC Audiobooks for Teens? Each year, AudioFile magazine partners with publishers to give away great teen audiobooks – all summer! Every single person that wants to download the audiobooks can; you simply have to use the free Sora app to download the books within set dates. Between April 30 and July 29, SYNC offers two book downloads per week, which means you can get up to 26 free audiobooks. That needs to be repeated – 26 FREE AUDIOBOOKS. How can you pass that up? I’ve included more information below, including 2020 book titles and a link to FAQs. I hope you can take advantage of this wonderful service. Happy listening!
SYNC Audiobooks for Teens
SYNC is a free summer audiobook program for teens. Returning April 30, 2020, SYNC will give away two complete audiobooks a week – pairs of high interest titles, based on weekly themes. Register for SYNC and sign up for email or text alerts at www.audiobooksync.com.
Read This recommendations this week focus on the magic of great audiobooks. I don’t know about you, but I love a good audiobook, and I get more books read in this format than in print (shock!). Enjoy these two recommendations, and send us an email or Instagram DM with your thoughts on one or both recs. Happy reading!
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Bored and stuck at home? Add some colorful shapes to your windows! The #aworldofhearts initiative encourages people to add paper hearts to their windows to lift everyone’s spirits during this time of COVID. Adding color will lighten up your home and be something fun to notice for people walking around your neighborhood. But, why not butterflies, I say!
Origami may seem intimidating, but this pattern is super simple.
All you need for this activity is square pieces of paper, tape, and colored pencils (optional). Junk mail paper, newspaper, or cut-up paper bags could also work. I used boring notebook paper and added color with markers and colored pencils.
Color your paper ahead of time or add color after you’ve folded your butterfly. Once complete, tape your butterfly to a window of choice.
You’ll have a kaleidoscope of butterflies in no time! Let us know how it went at firstname.lastname@example.org and share your photos.