I would just like to say i am really enjoying this year's summer reading program!!! it is getting kids excited with the leaderboard!!!
i think that people shouldn't be able to us their last years badges for this year.
[Paper Airplanes by Stuck in Costoms is licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0]
- Fellow's Creek Municipal Golf Club — Golfer friendly golf course
- High Velocity Sports — Canton's Premier Sports and Recreation Venue
- Pheasant Run Golf Club — Community golf facility
- Pump it Up — Inflatable Party Zone
- Skatin Station II — Family Skating Center
- Summit on the Park — Summit on the Park has something for everyone!
- Zap Zone — Zap Zone is Michigan's premier spot for laser tag, glo golf, mini bowling, go carts and much more!
Is there somewhere on this site where I can go to find out what all the different categories, sub-categories, buttons (such as EDIT, TRACK, ITEM HISTORY, MY RATINGS, PERSONAL INFO, ETC.) what they all mean and/or what they are used for??
I've been trying to figure out how to pay my fines online, when I go into my account, it shows the fines and their breakdown, but I cannot seem to find a "pay" option.
I have recently logged on to check due dates and renew books for myself and two other family members (3 different barcode numbers)and am repeatedly kicked back to the Login page. This happens every time I click any option on the account page..."Renew Selected", "Renew All", "Sort by Due Date", and "My Lists", especially. Is there a known problem with the system or do I need to check a setting on my browser software?
Is the MNOL a feature that only orange card members can access? I ask because I'm unable to set up an account with the site using the local library card number that I used to set up my Canton library account.
The eBooks page does say to use your CPL card number but the Loan Policies pages doesn't list it as only available to orange card holders (as it does with video games) so I wanted to ask to be sure.
Summer Reading should be fun, right? What could be more fun than a delightfully romantic film?
I know where I'm going — simply one of the best romantic films ever. Shot in the gorgeous western islands of Scotland, the ocean is practically one of the characters in this movie.
Fool's gold — Lost treaure? Matthew McConaughey and Kate Hudson? Sign me up.
Houseboat — Cary Grant stars as a widowed dad living on a houseboat--who just happens to hire Sophia Loren as a governess.
Three coins in the fountain — It had me at Louis Jourdan.
An affair to remember — It may end at the Empire State Building, but it all starts on a ship.
Operation petticoat — Okay, Okay. This is the third Cary Grant film on my list, but, really — Cary Grant — what's not to like?
The African Queen — has it all: drama, romance, adventure and incredible acting from Hepburn and Bogart.
Action/AdventureRomance is great... ...but how about a little action?
The hunt for Red October — Alec Baldwin + Sean Connery + Submarines = Epic win
Captain Horatio Hornblower — A classic film based on the classic series of novels.
Master and commander: the far side of the world — Russell Crowe can really kick butt.
Jaws — I think this one has to do with sharks.
Titanic — No joke: despite the sappy love story, this film is an action-packed James Cameron vehicle.
Have your own suggestions? Post them in the comments for others to enjoy!
Fresh water: women writing on the Great Lakes by Alison Swan, editor
Starvation Lake: a mystery by Bryan Gruley
The water dancers by Terry Gamble
If one of these titles isn't right for you, The Michigan Center for the Book has several other Michigan Book Lists available!
The Beach Street Knitting Society and Yarn Club by Gil McNeil
The beach house by Jane Green
The Beach Club by Elin Hilderbrand
Happiness Key by Emilie Richards
Pawleys Island: a Lowcountry tale by Dorothea Benton Frank
Jaws by Peter Benchley
Have your own suggestions? Leave them in the comments for others to enjoy!