Change your thoughts— change your life: living the wisdom of the Tao by Wayne W. Dyer
Everyday wisdom for success by Wayne W. Dyer
I can see clearly now by Dr. Wayne W. Dyer
The power of intention: learning to co-create your world your way by Wayne W. Dyer
On the move: a life by Oliver Sacks
Hallucinations by Oliver Sacks
The mind's eye by Oliver Sacks
Musicophilia: tales of music and the brain by Oliver Sacks
Vintage Sacks by Oliver Sacks
Uncle Tungsten: memories of a chemical boyhood by Oliver Sacks
Choose your college major in a day by Laurence Shatkin, Phd
The Her Campus guide to college life: how to manage relationships, stay safe and healthy, handle stress, and have the best years of your life! by Stephanie Kaplan Lewis, Annie Chandler Wang, Windsor Hanger Western, and the writers & editors of Her Campus
I'll miss you too: the off-to-college guide for parents and students by Margo Ewing Woodacre, MSW & Steffany Bane Carey
Guns, germs, and steel: the fates of human societies by Jared Diamond — Winner of the Pulitzer Prize, this brilliant work answers the question of why the peoples of certain continents succeeded in invading other continents and conquering or displacing their peoples. Until around 11,000 BC, all peoples were still Stone Age hunter/gatherers. At that point, a great divide occurred in the rates that human societies evolved. The people who gained a head start in producing food would collide with preliterate cultures, shaping the modern world through conquest, displacement, and genocide. Join us Saturday, September 19 at 10:00 AM.
Two different times for two different age groups! The Canton Public Library is expanding it's Minecraft offerings! Participate in themed-builds in Creative Mode with your friends, collaborate, show off your skills, and provide feedback for future events. No swearing or griefing will be allowed. Participants must have a basic knowledge of the game and have their own PC account. Demo, Playstation and XBox accounts are not compatible with our server. Registration is required.
For kids ages 7-10 years old: Saturday, September 12, from 1:30-3:00 PM in the Computer iLab
For kids ages 11-13 years old: Tuesday, September 22, from 4:00-5:30 PM in the Computer iLab
Station eleven by Emily St. John Mandel — Station Eleven is the story of the Traveling Symphony, a troupe of Shakespearean actors and orchestral musicians traveling the shores of the Great Lakes in a post-apocalyptic Michigan. Striving to maintain their humanity in the altered landscape of a world where 99% of the population has been wiped out by a flu pandemic, the Traveling Symphony operates under one credo: “Survival is insufficient.”
If you love TV series like Once Upon a Time, Grimm, or Sleepy Hollow, you'll enjoy these re-tellings of classic fairytales.
Alias Hook by Lisa Jensen — Meet Captain James Benjamin Hook, a witty, educated Restoration-era privateer cursed to play villain to a pack of malicious little boys in a pointless war that never ends. But everything changes when Stella Parrish, a forbidden grown woman, dreams her way to the Neverland in defiance of Pan's rules.
Charlie Glass's slippers: a very modern fairy tale by Holly McQueen — In this delightful spin on Cinderella , Charlie Glass inherits her father's shoe empire and snatches up a drop-dead-gorgeous, multi-millionaire Prince Charming. But is he truly the key to her happily ever after?