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Zoobooks

Beautiful, colorful photographs of animals make Zoobooks magazine an instant winner with kids. Each issue focuses on a particular animal, bird, reptile or insect giving lots of information and colorful illustrations. Kids can work on puzzles, games and crafts, while many young readers submit their own drawings and stories. Zootles is geared for ages 2-6 and Zoobies for babies through age 2. Fun resources in the world of wildlife for you to check out!

Holiday Books

Have you ever wished you could browse all the books for a certain holiday at once? Now you can! The Children's Department now has a section just for holiday books. You'll be able to find picture books for Christmas, Valentine's Day, and many more holidays with the greatest of ease. This new section is located across from the Parenting magazines in the Children's Department. Ask a librarian to show you next time you stop in. Happy Holidays!

Detroit Style Science Fiction

Anya Kalinczyk may spend her days as an arson investigator for the city of Detroit, but at night, she's a ghost hunter. She's not just any ghost hunter, however, but a Lantern, with the ability to consume ghosts and demons. If you're an urban science fiction fan, try these two books, with a dash of red hot demons in the motor city.

Embers by Laura Bickle

Sparks by Laura Bickle

Social Networking For Business Books

Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn are more than just social networking sites. They're also a great way for businesses to market their products, connect with customers and create a dialog regarding their services. Get started by checking out the following books.

Get connected: the social networking toolkit for business by Starr Hall, Chadd Rosenberg

Facebook marketing: an hour a day by Chris Treadaway, Mari Smith

Facebook marketing: leverage social media to grow your business by Steven Holzner

Smart networking by Liz Lynch

Knitwit

Knitwit : 20 fun projects for beginners and seasoned knitters by Katie Boyette — Looking for something cute but with a little edge? The sarcastic and slightly ostentatious creatures in this book might be up your alley. They've got some attitude but they won't take a lot of training to create. You can also read up on Boyette's other creations and get some free patterns (right sidebar) at her blog, Caffaknitted, or check out her Etsy shop for pre-made goodies.

Vintner's Wine & Mysteries Book Discussion — Winter, 2011

Come join us for Wine & Mysteries on the third Tuesday of each month from 7:00-8:00PM for our book discussion at Vintner's Winery. Space is limited and registration is required.   Particpants can pick up the book selection at the meeting or at the Canton Public Library after registrering.

Murder Uncorked by Michele Scott — January 18

The Chardonnay Charade: a Wine Country Mystery by Ellen Crosby — February 15

Death of a Wine Merchant by David Dickinson — March 15

Killer Summer by Ridley Pearson — April 19

Love Video Games?

Have you ever considered a career in video games? Maybe writing game scripts is your calling. 26 year old Jeffrey Yohalem talks about being the head writer for Assassin's Creed Brotherhood in this article. When Yohalem approached Jordan Mechner (writer for The Prince of Persia) about what classes to take to pursue a career in game script writing, he suggested screen writing and architecture. Who would have guessed?!

The Ohio Knitting Mills Knitting Book

The Ohio Knitting Mills knitting book by Steven Tatar with Denise Grollmus ; fashion photography by Anna Wolf — Have you heard of the Ohio Knitting Mills? Even if you haven't, you've probably seen or even worn their products (Mr. Rogers often wore one!). This book takes inspiration from original OKM designs of the forties through the seventies and offers patterns for sweaters, dresses, and bags that are retro-inspired but appropriate for everyday wear now.

Smart Shopping for an eBook Reader

Looking to buy an eBook reader for someone for Christmas? If you are interested in a device that is compatible with the library's free eBook collection, don't forget to check this list before shopping. A compatible device will allow you to check out and download free titles by using your Canton Library card. Our eBooks are available in ePub, Adobe PDF, and Mobipocket formats.

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