Is Books from the Ann Arbor District Library a blog?
I pondered this for a while as I clicked from recently added cookbooks to books to December blockbusters to the best children’s books of the year to reflections on Neil Gaiman’s Sandman graphic novels, but before too long I forgot about that and decided to share it with all of you. While it’s not directly Michigan focused, it provides a great look at books of all types for all ages and posts such as Snowflakes, snowflakes, everywhere! certainly provide topical reading fodder!
Sure, they’re in the air, but they’re also in books and films right here at the library. Local artist Thomas L. Clark, aka Dr. Snowflake, makes the loveliest snowflakes! Check out his books to see intricate examples of the magic you can create with just paper and scissors: The Tree in the Garden, A Twinkling on the Roof, and Of Gifts and Days, among others. He also has a video with demonstrations.
For instructions there’s Paper Snowflakes For All Ages, and for the science oriented there’s Snowflakes, Sugar and Salt: Crystals Up Close and Snowflake Bentley (also on dvd), the story of a scientist who photographed snowflakes to study their formation. Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow!