Did you know many of your favorite authors are available in Large Print? Their latest book could be on the shelf and available right now. In addition to being easy on the eyes, or perhaps because Large Print is easier on the eyes, readers of Large Print books comment how quickly they read can read a book...
Her Mother's Hope by Francine Rivers
However, they will resume their regular schedule starting Tuesday April 13th! If you are interested in being tutored:
- You must be in third through twelfth grade
- If you are under 7, your parent must remain with you
- If you are under 12, NHS requires your parent must remain in the library
- You must bring the assignment, textbooks, calculators, and any other materials you need
Program Date and Time: Friday, April 23, 2010, 10:00-11:00AM
Program Date & Time: Sunday, April 18, 2010, 1:00-3:00PM
Photojojo! : insanely great photo projects and DIY Ideas by Amit Gupta with Kelly Jensen ; photography by Kelly Jensen
Besides featuring the cutest dog ever on the cover, this book is packed with ways to improve your photography skills, projects to make the most of your photos, and techniques for making the most of your camera. The projects and ideas range from beginner to more experienced photographer/crafter, so everyone should find something that appeals.
Hooray for Spring Break! I bet you all are excited to have a whole week off of school. I'm excited to see a lot of you here at the library! The librarians have planned lots of fun things for you!
When you're here, make sure you check out our book display kiosk by the Children's CDs. Each month a different librarian has been putting their favorite books on display. Now, I'm not a librarian, but this month they're letting me put out MY favorite books! Oh Boy! It's a little hard to pick favorites. I love books about bears, because I like books with protagonists that I can relate to. But I also LOVE the books you hear in storytime and read for book discussions (did you know I read all those books with you? I just can't participate in the book discussion because I don't talk!). Come and check out what books I chose! Literally! Take them home with you! Because then I get to choose more books. And tell me, what's your favorite book? Can't wait to hear from you!
Online registration for both venues will be required; seating will be limited. Registration will be accessible via the Michigan Humanities Council website.
Watch the Michigan Humanities Council website for more information.
One of the most rewarding things I've done in the past few years was to start growing my own veggies. It not only encourages me to eat better, it also gives me a fun way to exercise, saves tons of money on my grocery bill, and provides me with a bounty that I can share with friends and neighbors. This book is a terrific guide for how to integrate veggies into your garden or start a vegetable plot from scratch. It contains a wealth of tips and tricks in addition to the basic how-to info. I got inspired to start growing my own food by reading Animal, Vegetable, Miracle by Barbara Kingsolver.
Monday, April 5
- 1:00-3:00PM All Ages Open Videogaming — Children, tweens and teens can unleash your inner rock star or Wii athlete or enjoy some MarioKart racing during our all ages open video gaming day
Tuesday, April 6
- 1:00-3:00PM Board Game Fun — Do you like to play chess? Would you like to test your skills with other YU GI OH fans? Do you want to create with Legos? We will have these games and more! Bring a friend and have some fun!
Register for the Tween Book and Pizza for Saturday, April 10 at 1:00PM to eat pizza and discuss this exciting book with Miss Sarah. Don't miss out!
Tickets are available at the Pre-school Office (734) 416-6190
Cost: $1.00 per child (Parents accompanying child/children are free)
Location: Hulsing Elementary School, 8055 Fleet St., Canton, MI 48187
Hey Everyone! Looking for a fun family event? Come to the "Book Land" Literacy Event April 15th sponsored by the PCCS Early Childhood Program. It's going to be lots of fun and some of the events include — reading with Michelle Neuwirth, one of the Children's Librarians here at CPL, games and activities to focus on some of your favorite nursery rhymes and book characters, take home activities and hand-outs, face painting, a Scholastic Book Fair, and more! Can't wait to see you there!
Coraline is a movie based on an excellent book by Neil Gaiman, and this visual companion offers a wealth of behind-the-scenes images and information about the making of the movie. The stop-motion technique used to create the movie's sets and characters is a painstaking, detail-oriented process which in this case took years before the movie was complete. This guide has interviews with creators, cast and crew, as well as many concept drawings and a jackpot of other neat information.