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Teen Craft and Hobbies

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Spring is a great time to craft and work with a new hobby. Exercising your mind is a great way to stay active and creative while inside. The following list of eBooks are a way to keep reading this Spring.

Created by Ms. Tracy, Austintown and Michael Kusalaba Librarian 

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 This is a list of the top 25 recommended eBooks suggested by Ms. Tracy:

  1. How to Make Origami Airplanes that Fly by Gery Hsu
  2. 100% Unofficial Fortnite Essential Guide by Various Authors
  3. The Forest Feat for Kids (Colorful Vegetarian Recipes) by Eric Gleeson
  4. LEGO Action Vehicles by Chanh Ngoc Tsuong
  5. The Complete Cookbook for Young Chefs by America’s Test Kitchen Kids
  6. 101 Video Games to Play Before You Grow Up by Ben Bertoli
  7. 25 Fun Things to Do with Your Friends and Family by Paul Mason
  8. Build Your Own Chain Reaction Machines by Paul Long
  9. Collages and Sculptures by Carol Hove
  10. Cooking Class by Deanna F. Cook
  11. Cool Embroidery for Kids by Alex Kuskowski
  12. Create Your Own Blog by Karen Latchana Kenney
  13. Redo Your Room by Various Authors
  14. Super Simple Salad Gardens by Alex Kushowski
  15. Ultimate Slime by Alyssa Jagan
  16. 101 Games to Play Before You Grow Up by Various Authors
  17. 101 TV Shows to See Before You Grow Up by Samantha Chagollan
  18. 101 Ways to Amaze and Entertain by Peter Gross
  19. 30-Minute Edible Science Projects by Anna Leigh
  20. A Kid’s Guide to Awesome Duct Tape Projects by Instructables.com
  21. A Modern Nerd’s Guide to Conventions by Katie Kawa
  22. A Modern Nerd’s Guide to Steampunk by Nicole Horning
  23. Board Game Tournament by Virginia Loh-Hagan
  24. Bots & Circuits by Kelly Coss
  25. Braiding Hair by Dana Meachen Rau

Hello! My name is Ms. Tracy and I am a librarian assistant in the Austintown and Michael Kusalaba Library. I am a new librarian assistant and I enjoy reading nonfiction books about travel and animals. My favorite part about being a librarian is helping all of the wonderful people that I get to meet everyday.