Teens

Classics to Love

There's a reason some books stick around for years. A short list of well-loved classics to try this summer:

Northanger Abbey by Jane Austen ; edited with an introduction and notes by Marilyn Butler

Oliver Twist, or, The parish boy's progress by Charles Dickens ; edited with an introduction and notes by Philip Horne

The wind in the willows by Kenneth Grahame ; illustrated by David Roberts

Internet Cat Reboot

The Internet is full of funny pictures, blogs, and videos on pretty much any topic. Cats get special attention, but books feature the comical adventures of many animals.

 

Underwater dogs by Seth Casteel

Cat high by Terry deRoy Gruber

The secret life of squirrels by Nancy Rose

Walter Potter's curious world of taxidermy by Dr. Pat Morris with Joanna Ebenstein

I am Maru by Mugumogu

Tales of the Dark and Mysterious

Start with one in these short story and novella collections, and see if you can stop.

The cabinet of curiosities: 36 tales brief & sinister by Stefan Bachmann, Katherine Catmull, Claire Legrand, Emma Trevayne ; illustrated in black-and-white by Alexander Jansson

Different seasons by Stephen King

The wonderful story of Henry Sugar, and six more by Roald Dahl

The lottery and other stories by Shirley Jackson

Trigger warning: short fictions and disturbances by Neil Gaiman

Folk Songs, Love Songs and Lullabies from Around the World

Listen to CPL librarian Tara Scott sing a variety of songs from the U.S.A., Italy,
Germany and the British Isles on
Saturday, August 8 at 3:00 pm. During her free time Tara sings soprano with the Plymouth Oratorio Society as both a choir member and soloist, and enjoys taking private voice lessons. Today's piano accompaniment will be performed by Haehyun Park. No
Registration required. All ages are welcome.

Overdrive for Teens

Are you looking for the next great book to read this summer? How about looking for a portable option you can read or listen to? Still hunting for that perfect way to earn your Love It eLectrified Badge? Then you've come to the write place. Using Overdrive, you can connect to hundreds of ebooks and audiobook options that can be downloaded to your personal device and taken anywhere! You can hop on Overdrive through the emedia link  on the Canton Public Library's website.  Enjoy!

The curious incident of the dog in the night-time [electronic resource] by Mark Haddon

Etiquette & espionage [electronic resource] by Gail Carriger

Six earlier days [electronic resource] by David Levithan

People of Literature

Ever wonder about the authors and illustrators behind your favorite stories? Or the reporters behind the news? These biographies tell of fascinating lives and in some cases, the real-life inspiration behind the writing.

A home for Mr. Emerson by Barbara Kerley ; illustrated by Edwin Fotheringham

Travel by Language


Use our languages page to discover language learning software like Mango and Pronunciator, both accessible with a Canton Library Card. Mango Languages provides access to 64 different languages (including English for non-native speakers) and includes foreign films and specialty lessons.  Pronunciator offers 80 languages and also has some English for non-native speakers available. 

The languages page also features lists of our International Language DVDs.

Explore our language databases or check out an International Language DVD and claim your Around the World eLectrified Badge!

Teen Detectives

Nancy Drew [videodisc] by Jerry Weintraub Productions ; Warner Bros. Pictures presents in association with Virtual Studios

Scooby-Doo's original mysteries [videodisc] by Hanna- Barbera Productions ; based on characters created by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera ; produced by Joseph Barbera

The Hardy Boys [videodisc]: season one by Universal ; produced in association with Glen Larson Productions

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