The wildlife garden [electronic resource]: planning backyard habitats by Charlotte Seidenberg ; drawings by Jean Seidenberg
Discover nature in water & wetlands [electronic resource]: things to know and things to do by Elizabeth P. Lawlor ; with illustrations by Pat Archer
Wildlife watching with Charles Eastman [electronic resource] by Michael Elsohn Ross ; illustrations by Laurie A. Caple
Flower therapy [electronic resource]: welcome the angels of nature into your life by Doreen Virtue and Robert Reeves
Mountains [electronic resource] by Susan H. Gray
Tuesday by David Wiesner
Pool by JiHyeon Lee
BirdCatDog: a graphic novel by Lee Nordling & Meritxell Bosch
Draw! by Raúl Colón
The girl and the bicycle by Mark Pett
Basic ESL improves an individual’s listening, speaking, reading and writing skills through a simple to follow, and instructionally proven curriculum.
Students learn English quickly and effectively on relevant topics including: family, home, school and many other topics. In each lesson students learn key vocabulary and how to use that vocabulary in conversation.
No computer experience is necessary. Click on "Instant Access" to enter without registering.
[Photo used with permission from picturegift]
The Michigan Activity Pass (MAP) program is back, and better than ever! In addition to providing free or discounted admission to cultural and historical attractions across the state, this year the MAP program has added access to Michigan State recreation areas, parks, historic sites and campgrounds as well!
Library patrons can use their card online to print a pass, either at home or the library, to one of the almost 400 participating institutions on the MAP website. The MAP program is designed to enhance the learning experience for users of all ages through books and other library materials. Each pass will offer complimentary or reduced price admission, discounts in the museum gift shops or other exclusive offers for MAP pass holders, for the duration of one week from the date printed.
Participating cultural partners include the Detroit Institute of Arts, the Holocaust Memorial Museum, the Howell Nature Center, Sea Life Aquarium, the Michigan Philharmonic, Yankee Air Museum and many others. For a complete list, visit the MAP website.
Come hang out with some serpentine visitors at our World Snake Day Celebration on Thursday, July 16, 7:00-8:00 PM. Mark Rosenthal of Animal Magic will bring live snakes for all ages to view and learn about. No registration required.
Sunlit snake by Matt Reinbold (CC BY-SA 2.0)
This film is rated PG. You may bring your own pillows, snacks, or blankets.
- Tuesday, July 7, 2:00PM - Penguins of Madagascar - Skipper, Kowalski, Rico and Private join forces with undercover organization The North Wind to stop the villainous Dr. Octavius Brine from destroying the world as we know it. (rated PG)
- Friday, July 24, 2:00PM - Big Hero 6 - The special bond that develops between plus-sized inflatable robot Baymax, and prodigy Hiro Hamada, who team up with a group of friends to form a band of high-tech heroes. (rated PG)
- Thursday, August 13, 2:00PM - Home - Oh, an alien on the run from his own people, lands on Earth and makes friends with the adventurous Tip, who is on a quest of her own. (rated PG)
- You must be in 3rd through 12th grade
- If you're under 12, your parent must remain in the library
- You must bring the assignment and any other needed materials
Days and Times
- Monday from 6:00-8:00 PM by the East Wing
- Tuesday from 6:00-8:00 PM by the East Wing
- Thursday from 6:00-8:00 PM by the East Wing
There will be no tutoring during school closures, library closures, and snow days. Tutoring ends May 21st.
Do you ever feel exasperated when you buy your pet a brand new, expensive, toy and they’d rather play with the box it came in? Join us on July 22 at 7:00pm as we show you how to make awesome homemade pet toys out of things lying around your home. Durable, inexpensive and brain-teasing toys that will be sure to delight any pet. Registration is required.
Summer is coming, and #cysisawesome!
Connect Your Summer, the Canton Public Library's summer reading program, kicks off on June 1! Whenever you read, attend a library program, or do an activity in the library, you can claim badges online. The more badges you earn, the more chances you have for winning prizes! For more information, check out a refresher on how to participate in Connect Your Summer.
Get ready to have a super mega ultra summer!
Imogene's antlers by David Small
Mrs. McNosh hangs up her wash by Sarah Weeks ; pictures by Nadine Bernard Westcott
Animals should definitely not wear clothing by written by Judi Barrett and drawn by Ron Barrett
The silly book by Babette Cole
Big chickens by Leslie Helakoski ; illustrated by Henry Cole
Athlete vs. mathlete: double dribble by W.C. Mack
Oil King courage by Sigmund Brouwer
Baseball crazy: ten short stories that cover all the bases by edited by Nancy E. Mercado
Vanishing act by John Feinstein
Gold medal summer by Donna Freitas