Parent Resource Night

As the new school year begins, allow us to connect you with tools and resources to enhance your child's educational experience! Discover library databases, e-media, and other materials supplemental to your school library's offerings. Parents will also have the opportunity to take a custom, librarian-led tour of the collections that will help your child have their best possible school year. 

Note: All patrons welcome; however, some electronic resources are only available to Canton Public Library cardholders. 

Upcoming sessions

There are no upcoming sessions available.

Did you love Tomi Adeyemi's debut novel Children of Blood and Bone? Find your next pick here with diverse fantasy fiction titles!

Akata witch by Nnedi Okorafor

Twelve-year-old Sunny Nwazue, an American-born albino child of Nigerian parents, moves with her family back to Nigeria, where she learns that she has latent magical powers which she and three similarly gifted friends use to catch a serial killer.

Beasts made of night by Tochi Onyebuchi

After he eats the sin of a royal, Taj, a talented aki, or sin-eater who consumes the guilt of others whose transgressions are exorcised from them by powerful but corrupt Mages, is drawn into a plot to destroy the city, and he must fight to save the princess he loves and his own life.

International Yoga Day is celebrated every year on June 21. Check out a title below to learn more about yoga, meditation, and their benefits for all ages. 

Stories

Yoga Bunny by Brian Russo

When Bunny wakes up, he finds it is the perfect morning to do yoga and wishes his friends would join him.

The Perseid meteor shower will peak between August 11th and 13th. Before you look up, check out one of these books to learn more about the stars!

Examines the evolution of stars and galaxies, covering how the science of cosmology has changed over time to better understand the process.

Discover the stars by Cynthia Pratt Nicolson

Celebrate Pride Month with a novel that explores the lives of LGBTQ+ teens. 

Let's talk about love by Claire Kann

In this young adult novel, Alice, afraid of explaining her asexuality, has given up on finding love until love finds her.

The five stages of Andrew Brawley by Shaun David Hutchinson

Convinced he should have died in the accident that killed his parents and sister, sixteen-year-old Drew lives in a hospital, hiding from employees and his past, until Rusty, set on fire for being gay, turns his life around. Includes excerpts from the superhero comic Drew creates.

Did you miss our Art Storytime this week? Don't worry! Here's everything you need to have a "messy" storytime at home. 

From Storytime

Parts of masterpieces are shown to demonstrate the letters of the alphabet.

The Canton Public Library has a growing collection of children's books available in Braille. Check out one of the titles below or browse the collection at the library. 

Young Readers

Counting by Fleur Star

Uses print and braille to teach young readers to count.

In 1992, the month of May was designated Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month. Celebrate by reading a YA book by an author of Asian or Pacific Islander ancestry this month! Some selections are listed below. 

American born Chinese by Gene Luen Yang

After her mother's suicide, grief-stricken Leigh Sanders travels to Taiwan to stay with grandparents she never met, determined to find her mother who she believes turned into a bird.

Did you miss our transportation storytime this week? Don't worry! Here are stories, rhymes, and more so you can have a vroomin' storytime at home!

From Storytime

Road work ahead by Anastasia Suen

Did you miss our socks and shoes storytime this week? Don't worry, here are stories and rhymes so you can have a stompin' storytime at home!

From Storytime

Duck sock hop by Jane Kohuth

Ducks dance their socks off at their weekly sock-hop.

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