photo of "Getting a Feel for Lunar Craters" cover
December 9, 2019

Thanks to the NASA@ My Library program, the State Library of Ohio is able to distribute almost 100 copies of the tactile book Getting a Feel for Lunar Craters to public libraries across the state. This book was created by NASA Lunar Science Institute and features tactile diagrams of the lunar surface designed to educate the blind and visually impaired about the wonders of Earth’s moon. The book also an excellent teaching tool for all library patrons of all abilities.

In order to obtain a copy for your library, reserve a NASA@ My Library STEM kit and host a NASA@ My Library Program. While supplies last all NASA@ My Library Kits will include a copy of Getting a Feel for Lunar Craters for the library borrowing the kits to keep. The NASA@ My Library kits contain STEM science activities for all of your patrons, with easy to understand instructions to plan a space science themed activity day. Learn more and reserve a kit today on the State Library of Ohio’s Website.

Media Contact:

Marsha McDevitt-Stredney, Public Information Officer and Director, Marketing & Communications (614) 644-6875 marshams@library.ohio.gov