It's hard to believe but this Monday, July 20 celebrates the 40th anniversary of the first manned moon landing.
Program Date & Time: July 30, 1 - 2 pm
Grades: Going into 5th - 12th grade
If you are looking for an exciting book with lots of action and a quick pace, check the books listed below!
If you are looking for books with a strong plot and story that will keep you reading you may also be interested in the following book list that we put together based on one of our patron's request:
Join us for more D.Gray-man, followed, as always, by our 'mystery' anime. What is it this month? Sorry, no hints! Come hang out, eat pocky, and let your inner otaku run free...
As of January 1st, 2011 we are no longer offering the BookLetters service. To subscribe to featured books (by genre, format, etc.), bestsellers, and other library RSS feeds, please see the Books & More page.Now available from Canton Public Library and delivered directly to you, the New DVDs BookLetter. You will learn what films have been added to the library's collection when the New DVDs monthly BookLetter is emailed to you. The selections are linked to the library's catalog making it easy to find out if the DVD is on the shelf or to request a hold on it.
Have you ever wondered what your grandmother or great-grandmother would have worn when she was young? Well, wonder no more. Visit the Canton Historical Museum from June 20th through August 31st to see special occasion dresses from the late 1800s to the 1950s. The Canton Historical Museum is located on the corner of Canton Center Road and Heritage Park Drive. For more information visit their website.
American history can be thrilling to read about — if you pick up the right books. Try one of these recent suspenseful spy stories:
Soldier's secret: the story of Deborah Sampson by Sheila Solomon Klass
Chains by Laurie Halse Anderson
Hannah Pritchard: pirate of the Revolution by Bonnie Pryor