Ever get frustrated that you never seem to get ahead? Are you and your family constantly arguing about money? Do you ever wonder where your money went last month? Do you have trouble saving money? Do you wish you had financial security? Want to work on paying down your debt but don't know where to find the money? 

This course will teach you the very basics of how to get control of your finances rather than letting them control you. It is the help you need before learning about investing, debt elimination, retirement or college planning. There aren't many places that you can go to learn these principles, so take advantage of this opportunity to learn online.

All Gale Courses are free with your Canton Public Library card, and the next set of classes will begin on Wednesday, March 14. Learn on your own schedule, and receive a certificate of completion when you've finished. Our goal is to provide lifelong educational opportunities for you to gain new skills or improve existing ones. New sessions are offered every month. Take advantage of these instructor-led courses on our databases page!

March is Women's History Month. Find out about the many brave and talented  women who have influenced world history by reading some of these titles from the Library's collection:

March 1, 1781. The Articles of Confederation were ratified by Congress. Under the Articles, Congress was the sole governing body of the new American national government, which consisted of the 13 original states. They remained in effect throughout  the Revolutionary War, until the U.S. Constitution was adopted in 1789.

March 1, 1932. The 20-month-old son of  Charles A. Lindbergh was kidnapped from his home in Hopewell, New Jersey.

March 1, 1974.  Seven former high-ranking officials of the Nixon White House  - including former chief of staff, H.R. Haldeman, top aide John Ehrichman, and former attorney general, John Mitchell - were indicted for conspiring to obstruct the investigation into the Watergate break-in.

Congratulations to the Plymouth-Canton Community Literacy Council 2018 Youth Spelling Bee winner, Elena Schongalla, a 5th grader from Hulsing Elementary, and runner-up, Suraj Makunur, a 5th grader from Gallimore Elementary.

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Mo Willems' Elephant and Piggie books delight readers of all ages, but if you're looking for something new after the humorous hijinks of Piggie and Gerald, look no further.

Give one of the following books, authors, or series a try.

What is chasing Duck? by Jan Thomas

Duck's imagination gets the best of him when he asks his critter companions for help escaping a mysterious pursuer. Find more of Jan Thomas' simple and humorous style at J READER THO.

In honor of Women's History Month learn about some of the intelligent and fearless women who have shaped the world's history.

Spanning five centuries, details the lives of sixteen women who've made significant contributions to the fields of science and medicine.

March is Women's History Month! Celebrate by reading about the amazing accomplishments of women throughout history. 

Sonia Sotomayor by Barbara Kramer

Ballerina Maria Tallchief describes her childhood on an Osage reservation, the development of her love of dance, and her rise to success in that field.

Here's a March 2018 printable program calendar for your convenience. 

The surprising history of America's first black millionaires - former slaves who endured incredible challenges to amass and maintain their wealth for a century, from the Jacksonian period to the Roaring Twenties - self-made entrepreneurs whose unknown success mirrored that of American business heroes such as Henry Ford, John D. Rockefeller, and Thomas Edison. Between the years of 1830 and 1927, as the last generation of blacks born into slavery was reaching maturity, a small group of smart, tenacious, and daring men and women broke new ground to attain the highest levels of financial success. This is their story.

In a reconfigured farmhouse just a mile outside of the city limits of Detroit, a Jesuit priest and 25 men, women, and children gathered to celebrate Sunday mass on March 19, 1922. The Reverend Jogn McNichols named the Catholic mission church, Gesu, the Italian word for "Jesus." Gesu became one of Detroit's landmark parishes. At it's peak in the mid-1960s, Gesu School enrolled 1,600 students. Because of Detroit's decline and racial and econimic struggles, Gesu is one of only four Catholic elementary schools that remain in the city..

Last Thursday, our storytime was out of this world. We enjoyed stories all about the solar system and stars. We look forward to seeing you when storytime returns in April, but until then, be sure to enjoy these stories and songs.

Books Read in Storytime