As we begin summer, here are five things you can do with you library card that focus on the ocean!

READ: "Sharks and other deadly ocean creatures: Visual encyclopedia" by Derek Harvey. Marvel with your child at the hundreds of sharks and fierce fish that call the ocean their home.

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WATCH: "Blue Planet II: Take a Deep Breath." Take a journey to the deep seas, coral reefs, open ocean, green seas and coasts. See the unusual creatures of the deep, share in the discoveries that are being made with new technologies, and learn about the problems facing our oceans today.

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LISTEN: "Atlantic: great sea battles, heroic discoveries, titanic storms, and a vast ocean of a million stories" by Simon Winchester. Do you love history, adventure and folklore? Immerse yourself in this breathtaking saga that tells the story of the Atlantic Ocean.

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EXPLORE: Attend "Composting, Grasscycling and Rainwater Collection." Visit the Elkton Branch on Monday, June 17 at 7 p.m. to learn about ways to protect and sustain our environment with Cecil County’s Recycling Program Manager, Tanya Adams. For Adults.

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CREATE: Create jewelry, picture frames and one of a kind gifts from sea glass! For inspiration, check out "Sea glass crafts: Find, collect, & craft 20 projects using the ocean’s treasures" by Rebecca Ruger-Wightmand.

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