I happen to be a big unicorn fan and after hurricane Harvey Bob Shea did a promotion on his website where he would send you a piece of unicorn art if you donated. He is done drawing but you can still donate there if you want. Bob Shea website
I did a similar donation with an artist friend after the tsunami hit Japan a few years ago so I sent my donation in knowing I was close to the deadline.
Luckily for me the unicorn arrived in the mail yesterday. I can’t wait to show it off at work!
Hotwheels night was one of the easiest and most successful programs I have had in a while. I brought in about 100 hotwheels and a few tracks I had at the house as well as one of those little rugs with the city printed on them.
I also had a coloring page, colored pencils, and I had requested the wii to play Mario cart. Sadly the hdmi cable was loose and wouldn’t connect but it was okay because the kids spent the whole hour just playing cars. I even had adults getting down on the floor to play cars with the kids.
Minus the tech hassle from the wii not working this was an awesome program that I would love to do again. I even had kids walking in to see what all the commotion was about and stopping to play.
Summer programming is done, my schedule has changed, and I am hoping to get back into the blog groove soon. In non-library news we have been bug hunting!