Wynken, Blynken, and Nod by Eugene W. Field ; [illustrated by] David McPhail
Sleep, baby, sleep by illustrated by Teri Weidner
A book of sleep by Il Sung Na
Hide and seek in the jungle by [written by Sean Callery ; illustrated by Rebecca Robinson]
Animal I spy : what can you spot? by [illustrated by Kate Sheppard]
Along with the lullabies, you and your baby may enjoy some of the following CDs:
ABC Activity TimeDrop in play including sensory activities, puzzles and games for children ages birth through 5, with a caregiver.
- Tuesday, June 29, 10:30-11:00AM
- Friday, July 9, 10:30-11:00AM
- Wednesday, July 21, 7:30-8:00PM
White on black by Tana Hoban
Baby manatee by written by Patricia A. Pingry; illustrations by Drew Rose
Baby orangutan by [photographs provided by San Diego Zoo; written by Julie D. Shively; illustrations by Meredith Johnson]
Wake up, sleepy bear! by Christine Morton-Shaw and Greg Shaw ; illustrated by John Butler
Wake up, farm!: with flaps and pop-up fun by Andrew Everitt-Stewart
A child's good morning book by Margaret Wise Brown; illustrated by Karen Katz
The Friends are big contributors to our Summer Reading program, donating prizes and funds for the Fun in the Sun Day, special events throughout the year like the popular Konami Drums and Big Band programs, Resume Writing and Techniques and others.
Update [10/28/2010]: On Saturday, October 30 Wayne County plans to close Palmer Road at Canton Center. This closure is necessary to construct the Canton Center/Palmer Road intersection pavement and should last about 2 weeks. Glenngarry Road at Canton Center will be open to traffic on Saturday. Seabrook at Canton Center will be closed Saturday. Please drive carefully and follow all posted signs.
Update [10/14/2010]: On Monday, October 18 Wayne County plans to begin the paving of the remaining three lanes of Canton Center Road. In addition, paving of Palmer Road east of Canton Center will also begin. Both roads will be open to traffic (with flag control) but there will not be access to Glengarry subdivision from Canton Center Road; use Palmer Road. Please drive carefully, follow all posted signs and plan extra travel time through these construction zones.
- Mary Jayne Archibald
- Stein and Emilie Brunvand
- Dave Burgess
- Luis Carrera
- Joseph and Connie Chicky
- Chad Childers
- Gloria and David Cifaldi
- Elaine Clair
- Paul and Lena Coen
- Brad Czerniak
- Eva and Timothy Davis
- Sylvia Dryden
- Karen Dziegeleski
- Edward Fair
- Francoise Fairfield
- Friends of Canton Public Library
[In Honor Of Dr. James Gillig]
- Jack and Betty Gatemen
- Cheryl and Lewis Gehring
- Frank and Loraine Gilbo
- Kathie Gladden
- Suzanne Goins
- John Groske
- Michael and Candace Gulkewicz
- Patricia and Arthur Jenkins
- Bonnie Johnson
- Mary Rita Jones
Annual Report 2009
- 2 million circulation
- 645,645 Visitors
- 90,324 Total Cardholders
- 23,000 new titles added
- 35 new computers
The Canton Public Library connects your community.
This has been a transformative year for the library. We embarked on a new Strategic Plan, working with local Canton firm K2 Communication Plus to conduct focus groups with patrons, online and paper surveys, and research into the current and projected population of Canton. This work will guide us through the next three years as we focus our efforts and your tax dollars to provide the programs, collections, and services that you need most. Out of this Strategic Plan came our new Mission Statement, revised Core Values, and new logo, all of which reflect the diverse, dynamic, living organism that is your public library.
- You may have to enter/exit through only one side of the front doors, or use a different entrance altogether. Signs will be posted and staff will be available to help
- Checking out items may be slower. The self-check machines may be unavailable or other issues could arise, so lines will be longer than usual
- There may be dust and other debris
No more jellyfish, chickens, or wimps : raising secure, assertive kids in a tough world by Paul Coughlin — Through showing parents how to avoid over-parenting and how to instill the glorifying virtues of toughness, wisdom, and courage, Coughlin presents a clearer picture of Jesus—not just the "meek and mild" side often presented in churches today.