When we launched the new cantonpl.org last month, I encouraged you to explore and send us your feedback. While we conducted user research and testing of the new website prior to launch, we knew that this would be an ongoing process. You'll find starting today that we've incorporated your feedback, improving the left-hand navigation menus and access to your Patron Record and My Account. Please continue to explore the new cantonpl.org and let us know what you think!
Eva M. Davis, Director
During the month of March, Canton First Graders visit the library with their classes for an exciting program. They enjoy a puppet show, hear a super story and get a tour of the Children's Library. This year will mark our 18th Annual First Grade Round-Up.
Education Secretary Arne Duncan is interested in many ideas to boost student performance. Keeping kids in school longer is one option under consideration by the former chief of Chicago Public Schools. Not an easy task given the uncertainty of the tough economic times and the drastic budget cuts many states are facing. Read more on Secretary Duncan's interview with CNN.
Celebrate Black History Month with interactive stories and songs. Storyteller La'Ron Williams returns to the library, Saturday, February 28th from 2-3pm in the Community Room, with a bag of tales and instruments from the African American tradition. This program is for ages 5 and up.
Hi there. I was wondering what your favorite food is?
Mine is bloodworms. They are so yummy! Have you ever had them?
You can answer me by clicking comment on my blog!
P.S. I also love algae --especially the green kind!
- Be specific: the librarian will only know what you tell him/her, so be sure to give all the necessary information up front. The librarian can work from broad categories down into specifics, but starting with all the information will find better information faster
- Don't wait until the last minute: While a web search only takes a second, the library moves a little slower.