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May 2021 Newsletter

The Cybrarium is fully open! Welcome to the second official newsletter from the Homestead Cybrarium. We're excited to share the latest news about programs and services offered to our community in April and May.
Featured Events
May celebrates nature: both Earth Day and Dark Sky Week are highlighted in our virtual storytimes and in-person events. Click below to watch some virtual events on the Cybrarium YouTube channel:
International Dark Sky Week is a weeklong celebration of the night. It’s an opportunity for us all to consider the role of the night and its star-filled sky in each of our lives. This year, IDA encouraged people around the world, including in our own Everglades and Biscayne National Parks, to come together online to celebrate the night and engage with authors. 
The Cybrarium is on Facebook and Instagram! Be sure to follow us, subscribe, and show your support for South Florida's newest center for learning, technology, books, art, and more.
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Join us virtually for a month of earth-themed activities in our Lil' Learners and Little Makers programs. Learn more on our Events Calendar here and Children's Corner on Facebook.
Several members of the press visited the Cybrarium in April, including the Miami Herald, Deco Drive, and CBS Channel 4 News. Watch the videos on our Facebook page to see the stories shared on Deco Drive and Miami Proud.
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Read eMagazines using Flipster on you mobile phone, tablet, or computer.
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Book Spotlight
One of the world’s leading forest ecologists recounts her lifelong experimentation with tree-to-tree communication.In this memoir/scientific exploration, Simard tells the fascinating story that led Richard Powers to base a character on her in his Pulitzer Prize–winning novel The Overstory. Simard focuses on her work probing the nature of forest society and how the constellation of various species tree hubs (in particular, “mother trees”) interacts with mycorrhizal (fungal) links to send chemical signals to each other. -- Kirkus Reviews
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Search for Books & More Online

Visit the Cybrarium's online catalog to search for the latest books, audiobooks, and comics. If you can't find it on our shelves, try using our two digital collections: Cloud Library and Hoopla for more options.
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