There are many ways to build your own solar eclipse viewers that project the Sun's image in an area safe for your eyes to view! Check out this guide to find what will work best for you.
|Hints for uses in your library||Consider creating these with patrons in a program a week or two in advance of the eclipse. These could also be made the day of the eclipse in the time leading up to annularity/totality.|
Solar Eclipse Activities for Libraries
How to View a Solar Eclipse Safely
What is a Solar Eclipse? - Space Place in a Snap!
Solar Eclipse 101 | National Geographic
Solar and lunar eclipses
Eclipses: Crash Course Astronomy
[Suggest a book]
When the Sun Goes Dark, by Andrew Fraknoi and Dennis Schatz
Eclipse: How the 1919 Solar Eclipse Proved Einstein's Theory of General Relativity by Darcy Pattison
Solar and Lunar Eclipses by Ruth Owen
Solar Eclipses by Daisy Ally