Hi Kids! Thorndyke here! Did you know that today—March 19th –is Absolutely Incredible Kid Day? And since all the kids who come to the Canton Public Library are absolutely incredible, it’s a very important day to celebrate. My favorite way? With a song! Maybe "Skinnamarink" by Sharon, Lois, and Bram. Another great way is with ice cream! May I suggest the flavor Bear Claw? It’s my favorite! Have a great week, kids!
On Thursday, March 12th, local celebrities shared some of the favorite stories with families in the community. We would like to thank Township Supervisor Phil LaJoy, State Represetative Marc Corriveau and Rachael Hunter from WYCD for helping us celebrate March is Reading Month.
Nancy Drew is also available in graphic novels.
Suspense, mystery & always a good story.
You can find them in the Children's Department by the comics!
You're probably wondering why I haven't moved yet.
Well, the answer is that the water isn't "conditioned" enough for us.
It will be soon and then I can swim and swim and swim.
Do you like to swim?
You can answer me by clicking comment on my blog.
P.S. Wave at me when you go by!!
"I think so, Brain, but if they called them 'sad meals' no one would buy them." If this quote brings a smile to your face, chances are you grew up watching Pinky and the Brain.
Yes, I know it’s over a month away. But if you’re looking for some great environmental reads in the meantime, try checking out a book by Carl Hiaasen in honor of his birthday today!
If you want to learn even more about the environment, take a look at our April programming for upcoming earth day activities, or look in our collection for more stories and information about protecting the environment!
Because you don't want to press your luck!
Find more fun riddles like this as well as games, recipes and craft projects to help you celebrate St. Patrick's Day on March 17th.
Celebrate the spring equinox on March 20th by making a craft with natural materials. Make a bird feeder, wind vanes and herb dolls with the help of Nature Smart: Awesome Projects to Make with Mother Nature's Help or learn how to make paper-bag puppets, clothespin cowboys and a space station with