Dodger by Terry Pratchett
Killer of enemies by Joseph Bruchac
A brief history of Montmaray by Michelle Cooper
The fault in our stars by John Green
Reality Boy by a novel by A.S. King
Popular a memoir: Vintage wisdom for a modern geek by Maya Van Wagenen
Hole in my life by Jack Gantos
The earth, my butt, and other big, round things by Carolyn Mackler
Far far away by Tom McNeal, a sinister take on Hansel and Gretel
Akata witch by Nnedi Okorafor, essentially Harry Potter set in Nigeria
Eat, brains, love by Jeff Hart
Graceling by Kristin Cashore
How I became a ghost: a Choctaw trail of tears story by Tim Tingle
The woman who would be king by Kara Cooney
Putin's kleptocracy: who owns Russia? by Karen Dawisha
The unsubstantial air: American fliers in the First World War by Samuel Hynes
Dear Leader: poet, spy, escapee— a look inside North Korea by Jang Jin-sung ; translated by Shirley Lee
Mighty Fitz: the sinking of the Edmund Fitzgerald by Michael Schumacher
Gales of November: the sinking of the Edmund Fitzgerald by Robert J. Hemming
The wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald by Frederick Stonehouse
Thursday, November 20, 2014, 7:30 PM
- Call the Meeting to Order
- Call to Audience (5 min. maximum)
- Approval of Agenda
- Approval of General Meeting Minutes
- Report of the Library Director
- Committee Reports
- Unfinished Business and General Orders
- Approval of Circulation Policy Revision (3rd reading)
- Approval of Patron Code of Conduct Policy Revision (3rd reading)
- Canton Public Library Board Bylaws
- New Business
- Director's Evaluation
- Call to Audience (5 min. maximum)
The five languages of apology [large print]: how to experience healing in all your relationships by Gary Chapman and Jennifer Thomas
Families and kids in grades K-4 can practice engineering and architectural skills building
an edible gingerbread house. Add your imagination and artistic skills to our big cardboard gingerbread house
too. All supplies will be provided. Thursday, December 18, 2014, 7:00-8:00 PM. Registration is required.
Gingerbread House by White 77 under CC0 1.0 Universal
Quiet: the power of introverts in a world that can't stop talking by Susan Cain - At least one-third of the people we know are introverts. They are the ones who prefer listening to speaking, reading to partying; who innovate and create but dislike self-promotion; who favor working on their own over brainstorming in teams. Although they are often labeled "quiet," it is to introverts that we owe many of the great contributions to society--from van Gogh's sunflowers to the invention of the personal computer. Quiet shows how dramatically we undervalue introverts, and how much we lose in doing so. This extraordinary book has the power to permanently change how we see introverts and, equally important, how introverts see themselves.
Discover delicious new recipes with our Holiday Recipe Exchange. The kiosk will be near the front entrance of the library from early November through late December.
Take home a new recipe or two for your holiday table!
Daring: my passages: a memoir by Gail Sheehy
Eleanor of Aquitaine: the mother queen of the Middle Ages by Desmond Seward
Neil Patrick Harris: choose your own autobiography by Neil Patrick Harris ; as unshredded and pasted back together by David Javerbaum
Mr. Hockey: my story by Gordie Howe
One lucky bastard: tales from Tinseltown by Roger Moore with Gareth Owen
Ain't nothing but a man: my quest to find the real John Henry by Scott Reynolds Nelson with Marc Aronson — If you’ve heard of Paul Bunyan, maybe you’ve also heard of John Henry, the legendary man who beat a steam drill. Did you know he was a real person? In this story Scott Nelson tells about his discoveries of John Henry, the real man.
The griffin and the dinosaur: how Adrienne Mayor discovered a fascinating link between myth and science by Marc Aronson with Adrienne Mayor ; illustrated by Chris Muller — Dinosaurs have fascinated people for a long time, but even before people knew there were dinosaurs, they had found their bones and made up stories of what they must have been like.
There is a cure for diabetes: the 21-day+ holistic recovery program by Gabriel Cousens ; forewords by Sandra Rose Michael and Brian R. Clement
The American Diabetes Association vegetarian cookbook: satisfying, bold, and flavorful recipes from the garden by Chef Steven Petusevsky, author of The Whole Foods Market Cookbook
Type 2 diabetes [videodisc]: a case for cardiovascular intervention by produced in cooperation with the American Association of Diabetes Educators
An event in autumn by Henning Mankell ; translated from the Swedish by Laurie Thompson. Fans of Mankell's Swedish detective, Kurt Wallander, will enjoy this story set just before Wallander's final case.
The teacher wars: a history of America's most embattled profession by Dana Goldstein. Everyone has an opinion about America's public schools and the responsibility of its' teachers. Would you be surprised to learn teachers have been similarly embattled for nearly two centuries?
A share in death by Deborah Crombie. This is the first in Crombie's long running Duncan Kincaid/Gemma James series. It's been on my To Read list for awhile and I thought it's time had come. Nominated for an Agatha Award.
Tecumseh: a life by John Sugden
Sacajawea by [by] Harold P. Howard
Crazy Horse: a Lakota life by Kingsley M. Bray
Pocahontas by Grace Steele Woodward