Date(s) - Tuesday, September 15, 2020 - Wednesday, September 30, 2020
All Day

Fannie Lou Hamer Library


Curiosity! So Many Questions. How Interesting! (Have You Ever…)

We will learn how different artists, authors, inventors, scientists, ordinary people, kids, and others help to make life easier for everyone because they were curious about how things worked. Some pondered about the weather; why do the seasons change? Some questioned why aren’t we all the same color? Others wondered; what would happen if we treated everyone the same? So many questions.

The programs include short videos (1 to 5 minutes), most posing a question that is answered. These programs are educational for all ages. Even though they’re basically geared toward children, adults will enjoy them, too. Some consisting of simple experiments may require parent/adult assistance.

The program is hosted by Fannie Lou Hamer Library.

  • Story Time: Please Please the Bees
  • Honeybees can quack?
  • Story Time: Trombone Shorty
  • How do germs spread?
  • Craft Time: Paper Honey Bee
  • Story Time: Library Lion


Story time! Rashida Jones reads Please Please the Bees by Gerald Kelley.



Did you know…?


Some honeybee queens quack! Learn more re-“duck”-ulous #WeirdButTrueWednesday facts.

Posted by National Geographic Kids on Wednesday, April 4, 2018

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Story time! Angela Bassett reads Trombone Shorty by Troy Andrews.



How do germs spread? Watch below and find out!



Craft time! Learn how to make a paper honey bee.



Story time! Mindy Sterling reads Library Lion by Michelle Knudsen.



Story time! Wanda Sykes reads The Case of the Missing Carrot Cake by Robin Newman.



Hope you had fun, and see you next time for more Curiosity!