This year’s theme is Be Creative @ Your Library. Get inspired to do something imaginative by reading about artists and inventors. Remind your parents they can have some fun, too, since all ages are welcome to join Summer Reading.
Let us know what you’re doing to prepare for Summer Reading by commenting on this post!
Hey kids! Guess What? Today it is only 100 days until Summer Reading! Aren’t you excited? This year the theme is Get Creative @ Your Library—but I can’t tell you any more because that would spoil all the surprises we have planned! All I can tell you is that it will be FUN! And guess what? Today also means it’s only 100 days until summer vacation. Good times. So if it gets cold later next week, just repeat this to yourself “Summer Reading’s Coming! Summer Reading’s Coming!” and the day will be a whole lot sunnier.Bear Hugs!
Our new home is finally here! I can see it!!
I'm so excited to move, I might just dry my pants!
What do you think of my new house?
You can answer me by clicking comment on my blog.
P.S. Wave at me when you go by!!
Talk About Books is a book discussion for 1st and 2nd graders. Register online, then check out a book at the Children's Desk.
Mercy Watson to the Rescue by Kate Dicamillo
Learn about the history of the "Star Spangled Banner," through live saxophone presentations.
Program Date and Time : March 5th at 7:00 PM
If you enjoy dancing, you may enjoy some fun picture books about these little dancers:
Tessa's tip-tapping toes by Carolyn Crimi; illustrated by Marsha Gray Carrington
Dancing class by H.M. Ehrlich; pictures by Laura Rader
Harriet dancing by Ruth Symes; illustrated by Caroline Jayne Church
Start reading about the Cahills, one of the most powerful families the world has ever known, and join the search for The 39 Clues guarding their wealth and power. Read the books, visit the website, play the game, and you might win thousands of dollars in prizes.
During the month of March, Canton First Graders visit the library with their classes for an exciting program. They enjoy a puppet show, hear a super story and get a tour of the Children's Library. This year will mark our 18th Annual First Grade Round-Up.
Celebrate Black History Month with interactive stories and songs. Storyteller La'Ron Williams returns to the library, Saturday, February 28th from 2-3pm in the Community Room, with a bag of tales and instruments from the African American tradition. This program is for ages 5 and up.
Hi there. I was wondering what your favorite food is?
Mine is bloodworms. They are so yummy! Have you ever had them?
You can answer me by clicking comment on my blog!
P.S. I also love algae --especially the green kind!
A great source of recommendations for all ages is our Fave Fives from staff and fellow patrons. Or take a look at our Books & More pages for Kids, Teens and Adults. Immerse yourself in someone else’s world and brighten up your day.