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A fishy story by text by Gail Donovan ; illustrations by David Austin Clar Studio
Hooray for fish! by Lucy Cousins
Professor Bumble and the monster of the deep by Daniel Napp ; translated by Hilary Schmitt-Thomas
There was an old lady who swallowed a trout by Teri Sloat ; illustrated by Reynold Ruffins
Rainbow Fish discovers the deep sea by Marcus Pfister
The fish who cried wolf by Julia Donaldson & Axel Scheffler
The three little fish and the big bad shark by Ken Geist ; illustrated by Julia Gorton
Fish kisses and gorilla hugs by Marianne Richmond
The birthday fish by Dan Yaccarino
Faucet fish by Fay Robinson; illustrated by Wayne Anderson
Ten little fish by Audrey Wood ; illustrated by Bruce Wood
Rainbow Fish 1, 2, 3 by Marcus Pfister
A fish named Spot by [written and illustrated] by Jennifer P. Goldfinger
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There are many expenses in owning a small business. Although not every expense can be used as a business deduction, certain portions of car, travel, business use of your home, entertainment and gift expenses can be claimed. Knowing which expense is deductible and keeping good records is vital. For a specific lists of deductions, see Publication 463, Travel, Entertainment, Gift and Car Expenses and Publication 535, Business Expenses.
Date: December 2, 2011, 10:00-11:30 AM
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David Tennant (the 10th Doctor Who) and Sir Patrick Stewart (of Star Trek fame) will star in a modern dress, BBC production of Hamlet on PBS Wednesday, April 28th at 8pm. The play has already aired in the United Kingdom to great acclaim. More details can be found on PBS's website: http://www.pbs.org/wnet/gperf/episodes/hamlet/preview-the-film/956/ and they promise to post the full film to the web once it has aired on tv.
- Irene's Myomassology Institute
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I am very interested in learning Mandarin for myself and possibly my 2 kids. is there a place in Canton that offers this type of tutorial? Does anyone know of a native speaker that would be willing to teach me or a small group? I do not mind paying a reasonable fee for the instructor.
Thank you very much
Slaughter was nominated by fellow CPL librarian Sarah Perry, who cited Slaughter's successful efforts to increase teen participation in library programming, the initiation of a video game collection, a grant to work with students at the Starkweather Center Alternative High School and for a partnership with the National Honor Society to provide free tutoring at the library. Since Slaughter started at CPL in March 2007, the library has seen a dramatic increase in teen programming, participation and circulation.
The award is named after Frances H. Pletz, a former Executive Director of the Michigan Library Association, because of her staunch support of teen services in our state. It was presented at the MLA Spring Institute on April 7, 2010. Nine librarians were nominated for the Pletz award.
Anna has made such amazing contributions to the library and our teen patrons, so it's gratifying to see her recognized with this award. We have known for years that she's awesome and it is terrific to see her work acknowledged on the state level," said Anne Heidemann, Department Head of Children's, Tweens and Teens. "Anna is an asset to the library and the community with the work she does.
Hello, I returned the video on my account on the due date to my local library, Allen Park, on the date due, Feb 23rd. The librarian assured me that it can be returned properly to Canton. I expect they would indicate the date returned as I didn't expect to be responsible for the cost for added days. Thank You.
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I just had the best spare rib dinner last night, from - of all places - a pizza joint! Tender, falling off the bone, accompanied by nicely seasoned garlicky-y, parmesan-y breadsticks. I'll be calling on Toarmina's (on Lilley Road) of Canton again, the next time I need to indulge that barbecue craving.