Seniors

Uncork a Good Book

Discover the history behind your favorite beverages, or use one of the directories to discover new distilleries, wineries and breweries.

Moon spotlight. Louisville & the Bourbon Trail by Theresa Dowell Blackinton

99 drams of whiskey: the accidental hedonist's quest for the perfect shot and the history of the drink by Kate Hopkins

The book of gin by Richard Barnett

And a bottle of rum: a history of the New World in ten cocktails by Wayne Curtis

Top 10 California wine country by Christopher P. Baker

Alvin Lee, Guitarist Extraordinaire, Dead

British rock guitarist Alvin Lee, founder of the band Ten Years After who burst to stardom with his memorable Woodstock performance of I'm Going Home, has died. He was 68.  Detroiters will remember his electrifying guitar solo at the Grande Ballroom in the late 60s. 

(Photo: AP Images)

Savvy Seniors March 2013

Are you a Canton resident unable to come to the library due to a permanent or long-term illness or disability or an older adult (65+) without a way to get to the library? Canton Public Library offers Books by Mail service to Canton residents. Every month a librarian will select books/audiobooks/DVDs based upon your preferences, to be delivered to your home postage free. When done return them to the Canton Public Library in the postage-paid mailer provided.

To enroll you need a Canton Public Library card. Complete the Books by Mail application available at the Help Desk or online. Questions? Call Joyce Simowski, Information Services Librarian at 734.397.0999 ext. 1142.

Murder Will Out March 2013

Antiques disposal by Barbara Allan

A killer in the wind by Andrew Klavan

Least of evils: a Percy Peach mystery by J.M. Gregson

Looking for yesterday by Marcia Muller

The old gray wolf by James D. Doss

Unnatural habits: a Phryne Fisher mystery by Kerry Greenwood

Look What's In Large Print March 2013

Women in Science & Technology

The 2013 theme for National Women's History Month is "Women Inspiring Through Imagination: Celebrating Women in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics." In that spirt, check out some of the following titles acknowledging the tremendous contributions of women to science and technology throughout history:

Jocelyn Elders, M.D.: from sharecropper's daughter to surgeon general of the United States of America by Joycelyn Elders and David Chanoff — Jocelyn Elders, pediatrician, public health administrator & the first woman Surgeon General of the United States

Beautiful: the life of Hedy Lamarr by Stephen Michael Shearer — Hedy Lamarr, actress, scientist, inventor & mathematician

Miss Leavitt's stars: the untold story of the woman who discovered how to measure the universe by George Johnson — Henrietta Swan Leavitt, groundbreaking American astronomer

Time Was...Time Is... March 2013

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