A small surprise by Louise Yates
Wolf won't bite! by Emily Gravett
The acrobat by Alborozo
Snacktime! [sound recording] by Barenaked Ladies
This is fun! [sound recording] by Caspar Babypants
Other Stories and Songs
Tree ring circus: based on a true story by written and illustrated by Adam Rex
Babyberry pie by Heather Vogel Frederick ; [illustrations by] Amy Schwartz
When you were born by Emma Dodd
Ten tiny babies by Karen Katz
Ten little fingers and ten little toes by Mem Fox ; [illustrations by] Helen Oxenbury
Tickly toes by Susan Hood ; Barroux
Toes, ears, & nose!: a lift-the-flap book by Marion Dane Bauer ; illustrated by Karen Katz
Dear zoo: a lift-the-flap book by Rod Campbell
Guess what? — food by Yusuke Yonezu
Cheep, cheep: pop-up fun by text by Jonathan Litton ; illustrations, Kasia Nowowiejska
Roar! Roar!: with big flaps to lift! by Sebastien Braun
I love my hat by Douglas Florian ; illustrated by Paige Keiser
Pete the Cat: I love my white shoes by story by Eric Litwin (aka Mr. Eric) ; art by James Dean — This is a pretty easy story to memorize and pull out in the grocery line, at bathtime, or anytime the little ones are getting squirrely.
Clothesline clues to jobs people do by Kathryn Heling and Deborah Hembrook ; illustrated by Andy Robert Davies
Jim Gill sings The sneezing song and other contagious tunes [sound recording] by Gill, Jim — A round of Silly Dance Contest is always a welcome treat.
Blue moo [sound recording]: 17 jukebox hits from way back never by lyrics by Sandra Boynton ; music by Boynton & Ford — The One Shoe Blues is a great song, whether you have a parachute or not.
This week is Mental Illness Awareness Week.
Below are some suggested materials on the topic provided by librarians at the Canton Public Library.
For additional YA/Teen books please follow this link
What is mental illness? by Richard J. McNally
Just like someone without mental illness only more so: a memoir by Mark Vonnegut
Furiously happy: a funny book about horrible things by Jenny Lawson
Registration will begin October 26.
Yeti and the bird by written and illustrated by Nadia Shireen
Frankenstein makes a sandwich by Adam Rex
Oh no, Little Dragon! by [by Jim Averbeck]
Interstellar Cinderella by Deborah Underwood ; illustrated by Meg Hunt
Princess-in-training by Tammi Sauer ; pictures by Joe Berger
The princess and the pony by Kate Beaton
Princess Smartypants by Babette Cole
The paper bag princess by story, Robert N. Munsch ; illus- trations, Michael Martchenko
Good-bye, Jeepers: what to expect when your pet dies by Nancy Loewen ; illustrated by Chris Lyles
Tear soup: a recipe for healing after loss by story by Pat Schwiebert and Chuck DeKlyen ; illustrated by Taylor Bills
Sometimes life sucks: when someone you love dies by Molly Carlile
The bug cemetery by Frances Hill ; illustrated by Vera Rosenberry
The Goodbye Book by Parr, Todd
The Montessori method and philosophy is well proven and scientific. It is process oriented and helps the child normalize in a prepared environment and utilize his/her fullest potential. This method has worked for 100 plus years and if used will lay a solid foundation for your childrens' lives.
The aim of this on-going program is to provide parents the necessary tools to prepare their environment to suit the needs of their child, to set simple and workable ground rules and to help their child build his/her concentration, confidence, coordination, independence and order. The program's vision is to create a positive and joyful parenting experience that helps the child develop in all aspects of life. Parents may receive lesson plans from actual school environments to use or make at home.
- Ms Carissa ROCKS - 10:00-10:45 AM
- Kevin Devine - 11:00 AM-12:00 PM
- LUNCH AND NAP BREAK
- Saline Fiddlers Philharmonic - 2:00-2:45 PM
- Bright Loritos - 3:15-4:00 PM
- Gustafer Yellowgold - 4:30-5:30 PM
Can you make a scary face? by Jan Thomas
I'm trying to love spiders: (it isn't easy.) by words & pictures by Bethany Barton
Bee dance by Rick Chrustowski
Step gently out by poem by Helen Frost ; photographs by Rick Lieder
Library card holders can use their card online to print a free or discounted admission pass to almost 400 area museums, cultural organizations, state recreation areas, camp grounds and more.
A stick is an excellent thing: poems celebrating outdoor play by Marilyn Singer ; illustrated by LeUyen Pham
Scare a bear by written by Kathy-jo Wargin ; illustrated by John Bendall-Brunello
Quiet night by Marilyn Singer ; illustrated by John Manders
Touch the brightest star by Christie Matheson
Rocketship run [sound recording] by the Laurie Berkner Band