NASA’s page is fantastic! See Pete Idema’s excellent YouTube video, below.
Available now at your Library – MANAGING MONEY in English & Spanish.
Develop your money management skills. Grab a free Consumer Action pamphlet, check out books from the Adult Nonfiction call number 332.024, and take free online courses at Universal Classes and Econlowdown. It’s never too late to begin and improve financial skills.
Recently installed in all Park County libraries, Consumer Action has free training series and a collection of information to help you improve money management skills, financial literacy, knowledge of consumer protection and privacy, and a class action database. Users also get access to tax credit eligibility information, online protection tips and options on choosing the right vocational schools.
Consumer Action has been a champion of underrepresented consumers nationwide since 1971. A nonprofit 501(c)3 organization, Consumer Action focuses on financial education that empowers low to moderate income and limited-English-speaking consumers to financially prosper.
Dragons, trolls, witches, screaming meemies hassle Sharn, our heroine. Sharn uses her creativity to get by each one of them. She must find the Junkyard Dragon.
Together, they will create a plan to regain her place in the kingdom and Build a Better World. During this 45-minute journey, Sharn makes friends and ultimately escapes the evil forces.
The story is scripted with dry humor to entertain adults as well as children. “I love fantasy,” said Marty, “In it, good and evil come clothed in all sorts of strange and wonderful shapes and sizes.”
“The Quest for the Junkyard Dragon” is jointly sponsored by the Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund and the Park County Library Foundation.