The Hundred Dresses by Eleanor Estes
Date: April 4 at 1pm
Charlotte's Web by E.B. White
Date: April 9 at 5pm
On Thursday, March 12th, local celebrities shared some of the favorite stories with families in the community. We would like to thank Township Supervisor Phil LaJoy, State Represetative Marc Corriveau and Rachael Hunter from WYCD for helping us celebrate March is Reading Month.
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The Associated Press reported in "Dollars from Dirt: Economy Spurs Home Garden Boom" that people are gardening to save money. I love the thought that backyard gardening can not only make people and the environment healthier, but can perhaps help solve the economic crisis. CPL's "Yard Scraps to Garden Treasures" program on April 22 from 7:00-8:30pm can get you off to a great start by showing you how to compost and enrich your soil.
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Entry Deadline March 22, 6 pm.
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Program Date & Time: March 12 7:00 - 8:00 PM
This year’s theme is Be Creative @ Your Library. Get inspired to do something imaginative by reading about artists and inventors. Remind your parents they can have some fun, too, since all ages are welcome to join Summer Reading.
Let us know what you’re doing to prepare for Summer Reading by commenting on this post!
Learn about the history of the "Star Spangled Banner," through live saxophone presentations.
Program Date and Time : March 5th at 7:00 PM
Transfer photos onto a computer, use MS Photo Editor to crop, rotate and resize pictures, plus email them. Visit print processing websites too. Please leave your camera and photos at home. Prerequisite: Mouse and keyboarding skills.
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.
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.
Boy! I can’t wait for March to get here. Why? Because March is Reading Month! And Reading Month means First Grade Round Up! This is the 18th year the Children’s Tween and Teen Services Librarians will host first grade classes from local schools. And I haven’t missed one yet! Kids get a tour of the library and meet my Giraffe friends Caribou and Rafiki. Then they make a craft and see a really funny puppet show. The best part of First Grade Round Up is that each First Grader gets a library card and checks out a book that day
If you're interested in discussing a great book with other Tweens over a pizza lunch, look no further than our monthly Tween Book & Pizza Club! February's selection is The City of Ember by Jeanne DuPrau. This month's program is scheduled for 1pm on February 28, and registration begins at 9am this Saturday (February 14). Hope to see you there!
Tweens are invited to join us for a party based on the Diary of a Wimpy Kid series by Jeff Kinney. We’ll have wimpy snacks, play wimpy games and make a wimpy craft. Registration begins on January 29th. Thursd