Connect Your Summer
Wednesday, August 8th 10:00 AM in the Community Room.
The first Olympics [videodisc]: Athens 1896 by a Larry White/Gary Allison production in association with Sony Pictures Television Inc.
Chariots of fire [videodisc] by Allied Stars presents an Enigma production
Detective LaRue: letters from the investigation by Mark Teague
The case of the missing monkey by story by Cynthia Rylant ; pictures by G. Brian Karas
Nate the Great and the mushy valentine by Marjorie Sharmat ; illustrated by Marc Simont
Sly the Sleuth and the pet mysteries by Donna Jo Napoli and Robert Furrow ; illustrated by Heather Maione
Sebastian (Super Sleuth) and the time capsule caper by Mary Blount Christian ; illustrated by Lisa McCue
Looking for a mystery that will really challenge you? Here are some popular reads that could really happen, solved by kids just like you.
The London Eye mystery by Siobhan Dowd
The Westing game by Ellen Raskin
Belly up: murder at FunJungle by Stuart Gibbs
Shrek [videodisc] by Dreamworks Pictures presents a PDI/ DreamWorks production
Spirit [videodisc]: stallion of the Cimarron by [presented by] DreamWorks Pictures
Week 1 Question: Which building is now located where Julien’s Corner Market and Gas Station used to be (torn down in 1997)? Hint: It was located on Canton Center Road.
- A new question will be posted every week
- Use the Canton Township reference books, at the Main Adult Help Desk, for clues
- Submit your answer, along with your contact information, at the Main Adult Help Desk
- Those participants who get all of the answers correct will be placed in a drawing for a prize!
About a boy by Nick Hornby
Le divorce by Diane Johnson
Forrest Gump: a novel by Winston Groom
Have you signed up for Connect Your Summer yet? I have and I'm working on badges. There are so many fun badges to earn that I had a hard time deciding where to start. So I picked the Make Tracks badge. Because I'm a bear. And I make tracks. See if you can find my shared experience. Here's a hint. Look for a picture of me and some furry friends. What badges have you earned?
A night to remember by Walter Lord
Titanic survivor: the newly discovered memoirs of Violet Jessop who survived both the Titanic and Britannic disasters by Violet Jessop ; introduced, edited, and annotated by John Maxtone-Graham
Extra lives: why video games matter by Tom Bissell
Check out these inspirational stories from people who have hit rock bottom and lived to tell the tale.
Broken: my story of addiction and redemption by William Cope Moyers with Katherine Ketcham
Fall to pieces: a memoir of drugs, rock 'n' roll, and mental illness by Mary Forsberg Weiland
Guts: the endless follies and tiny triumphs of a giant disaster by Kristen Johnston
We are pleased to be part of the Detroit Institute of Arts Inside|Out program, which brings high-quality reproductions of masterpieces from the DIA's collection to the streets. There are six pieces displayed in Canton, including Young Woman with a Violin by Italian painter Orazio Gentileschi, on display at the library. The painting, circa 1612, depicts the patron saint of musicians, Cecelia.
The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation sponsors this program.
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