Angry birds is also an option for older kids or adults.
There is an initiative to complete one hour of free coding lessons in order to raise the level of somputer science fluency for kids. There is a push to teach computer science in the classroom to ensure that children are getting the best chance possible to succeed. Please visit CODE.org to sign up and try a lesson today!
The month of December is filled with many different holiday celebrations — Hanukkah, Christmas and Kwanzaa are just some of the special observances this month. Learn more about all these holidays through the many resources at the Canton Public Library. This Special Collection can help get you started!
The American book of days by Christianson, Stephen G — A day-by-day record of American history from January 1 through December 31. For each of the 366 days of the year (including February 29), several substantial essays explore significant events of military, scientific, ethnic, or cultural significance.
The book of the year : a brief history of our seasonal holidays by Anthony F. Aveni — Discusses the origins and modern development of our holidays and provides an entertainng glimpse into their evolution.
Shouting won't help: why I—and 50 million other Americans—can't hear you by Katherine Bouton
Mystery of the senses. Hearing [videodisc] by produced by Green Umbrella Ltd. for WETA/Washington, D.C., and WGBH /Boston in association with Gemini Productions, Germany
Discover tai chi for fitness [videodisc] by Created and produced by Scott Cole
How to stay fit as you age [videodisc] by Kimberlee Bethany Bonura
Age of champions [videodisc] by Documentary Foundation presents a film by Christopher Rufo & Keith Ochwat
Gentle yoga arthritis by featuring contributions by Laurie Sanford and Nancy Forstbauer
Arthritis RX [videodisc]: exercises to keep you active and pain-free by director, Ernie Schultz
The complete guide to healing arthritis by Deborah Mitchell
Yoga for the rest of us [videodisc]: easy yoga for arthritis by Cappy, Peggy
This month they are discussing The Chaperone by Laura Moriarty and Orange is the New Black by Piper Kerman.
Coffee will be served. Please bring your own lunch. Meetings are typically held on the second Tuesday of each month at the Library for the Blind, 30555 Michigan Avenue in Westland.
Ask Not by Max Allan Collins
Murder as a Fine Art by Charles Morrell
Three can keep a secret: a Joe Gunther novel by Archer Mayor
Murder as a fine art by David Morrell
A question of honor by Charles Todd
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The Artist's Toolkit: Visual Elements and Principles
Timeless Poetry Collections
The best-loved poems of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis by selected and introduced by Caroline Kennedy — Jaccqueline's daughter offers a selection of the former First Lady's favorite poems, plus a few of her mother's own verses.
The hell with love: poems to mend a broken heart by edited by Mary D. Esselman and Elizabeth Ash Velez — This collection of love poems is for anyone who has ever suffered the pain of breaking up and everyone who believes in the unique power of poetry to console and transform.
My song is beautiful: poems and pictures in many voices by selected by Mary Ann Hoberman — Fourteen poems celebrate the power of childhood from the perspective of a rich variety of cultures.
Caregivers and Exercise--Take Time for Yourself
Helping Older Family Members Become More Active
Helping People with Alzheimer's Disease Stay Physically Active
(Source: National Institute of Health)