Attendance at Library events constitutes consent to be photographed for use in print and/or electronic publicity for the Canton Public Library.
May We Suggest? This post contains recommendations from a CPL librarian. To get your own customized recommendation, just fill out the May We Suggest form — you can expect results within 10 days. All suggestions can be found on the May We Suggest blog or by liking May We Suggest on facebook.

Share a Story Aquarium Storytime

Did you miss our Aquarium storytime? No worries! Here are some of the stories and songs we did in storytime plus a few more books on our fishy friends! Enjoy and see you next Thursday!

Stories and Songs from Storytime

Aquariums by Jennifer Keats Curtis

"Where else could you stay dry while visiting aquatic animals from around the world? Only in an aquarium can you visit and learn about all these different local and exotic animals. Aquarium staff care for and teach about these animals, as well as work to conserve and protect threatened and endangered species. Follow this behind-the-scenes photographic journal as it leads you into the wondrous world of aquariums and the animal helpers who work there"--.

Prince & Pirate by Charlotte Gunnufson

"When a pirate fish and a prince fish are dropped into the same fishtank, it doesn't seem like they'll ever get along--until the arrival of a third fish inspires them to cooperate"--.

Songs we listened to:

Dancing Bear by Bari Koral

All Together Now by Caspar Babypants

More Stories to Enjoy!

My fish by Norman D Graubart

Introduces facts about fish, including the different kinds that are kept as pets, how they breathe underwater, and how to care for a pet fish.

Aquarium by Cynthia Alonso

In this wordless picture book, a little girl learns about love, nature, and the transformative power of letting go when a little fish leaps into her life.

At 9 years old, Eugenie Clark developed an unexpected passion for sharks after a visit to the Battery Park Aquarium in New York City. At the time, sharks were seen as mindless killing machines, but Eugenie knew better and set out to prove it. Despite many obstacles in her path, Eugenie was able to study the creatures she loved so much. From her many discoveries to the shark-related myths she dispelled, Eugenie's wide scientific contributions led to the well-earned nickname "Shark Lady"--.

El pez by Montse Ganges

Introduces some of the different types of fish that people keep in aquariums and the numbers from one to five through five fish that have numbers as names.