October 1, 2011 | Michelle
Hey Kids! Are you curious about your bones and muscles? How does all those things connect in our bodies? What is a healthy snack? Join us for our How Does This Work program. It takes place on Monday, October 17, 2011 from 7:00 to 7:45 PM. Program is open to children ages 5-9 with a caregiver! Registration begins Monday, October 3, 2011.
September 29, 2011 | baluchr
When the weekend weather forcast is like this weekend's — cold, rainy, and dreary — Families start looking for something to do inside. Have a movie marathon! Pop some popcorn, blend up some milkshakes, and pick up some movies from Canton Public Library. Here are a few themes to get you started:
That movie that you loved as a kid that you can't find anywhere? We may have it here.
The parent trap [videodisc] by Walt Disney Productions
Swiss family Robinson [videodisc]
The great race [videodisc] by Warner Bros. and Patricia- Jalem-Reynard Co.
Uh, the Tigers are the AL Central Division Champs! Celebrate with some baseball themed movies:
September 29, 2011 | Michelle
A dazzling display of dogs : concrete poems by Betsy Franco ; illustrations by Michael Wertz — Do you love dogs? How about poetry? This book combines both of those fun items. With fun colorful illustrations, you can have fun reading her concrete poems aloud or to yourself. Some of the poem titles include Found at the Pound, Pug Appeal, Emmett's Ode to His Tennis Ball, and The Tail End. Happy reading!
September 29, 2011 | strande
Come to the library to celebrate your plush pets!
Thursday, October 13 at 7:00 PM
Register beginning September 29
Children, ages 3-5 with a caregiver, are invited to this program with their favorite stuffed animal. We will share some great stories and a snack with our special pets.
September 26, 2011 | Michelle
Hey there! Do you get nouns and verbs confused? What are those pesky adverbs all about? Come and visit the J400 section of the Children's Non-fiction collection. We have lots of books and DVDs to help you learn all about different parts of speech and how to use them. See you there!
September 26, 2011 | Anne Heidemann
Terrarium craft : create 50 magical, miniature worlds by Amy Bryant Aiello & Kate Bryant ; photography by Kate Baldwin — Terrariums are simple to make but they can bring so much magic to a space. This book has fifty ideas for terrariums in four themes: forest, beach, desert, and fantasy. Making a terrarium can be as easy as following the instructions provided here, or taking inspiration and doing your own thing. It can be a fun family activity, or a meditational endeavor for a solo crafter.
September 24, 2011 | mebbitt
September 23, 2011 | Cwikla
As the Canton Public Library continues to deal with a declining budget, patrons are reminded the "magazine express" program has been discontinued. The following titles remain as single shelf copies with back issues available for checkout — these titles include:
September 22, 2011 | Marianne
Everything for fall : a complete activity book for teachers of young children : activities for September, October, and November by edited by Kathy Charner ; illustrations by Joan Waites — can help both teachers and parents plan fun, educational, autumn-based activities for young children. Covering the months of September, October and November, this book offers ideas for language, science and math activities, arts and crafts, snacks, and more. Check this book out from the Parenting section in the Children's Department.
September 21, 2011 | Marianne
The arrival of fall also means the arrival of apples! Whether they're baked into a pie, dipped in caramel, pressed into cider, or simply enjoyed plain, apples are always a wonderful autumn treat. Why not read some stories about apples, too? Listed below are some easy books all about this fabulous fruit. You can find them in the Readers section in the Children's Department.
Ten apples up on top! by Theo. leSieg; illustrated by Roy McKie
Big red apple by Tony Johnston; illustrated by Judith Hoffman Corwin
Easy as apple pie by Karen Gray Ruelle
The apple thief by Gail Herman; illustrated by Duendes del Sur