Saturday, August 18, 2012

I Could Really Use a Wish Right Now

"You want some Saturday Scavenger Shots? I got your Saturday Scavenger Shots right here" she said, gesturing crudely and leering. Or maybe she didn't. Maybe she just told you that the word for this week is STAR. And that the person who choose this word is Jasen the Alien @ Swamp Gas & Moonlit Reflections. That seems much more likely, doesn't it? Yeah.

It was easy to find a STAR or two around the library. Our theme for this summer's reading program was "Dream Big - Read!", so naturally night sights came into play.  Let's take a look at some STAR power.

Books are always the STAR of the show around here...

We had some STAR designers in the bookmark contest.

Of course there were many STAR readers!

It wouldn't be any fun without a STAR craft, now would it?

Now that I have filled your eyes with STARs I will let you be on your way. Hope you enjoyed my Saturday Scavenger Shots. Who, who, who will Jasen choose next? Stay tuned.


Jasen Buch said...

Without even knowing, I threw you a softball word this week. It's always fun to see what's going on in the library. It looks like a lot of fun.

Unfortunately, my plan for the word ended up falling through due to weather. I will post something soon and I will tag somebody.

laura b. said...

Jasen: You did throw me a softball...always appreciated :)
I'm sorry your pleiades viewing didn't work out. I'm betting you'll still come up with something awesome.

dmarks said...

Once again I arrived too late. I would have found a picture of Patrick Star.

laura b. said...

Dmarks: You know it is never too late! Post it up.

Tara said...

I love the idea of a bookmark contest! I actually made a bookmark last week for myself, but need to put it in one of

Oh and I love that multi-colored star in that last photo!

laura b. said...

Tara: We get great participation in the annual bookmark contest. Some people are so artistic! I'd like to see your bookmark :)
The kids had fun with the star craft too...a simple, but pretty effect.