Lunch and a Book meets the second Thursday of the month from 12:00-1:00PM. No registration required, participation encouraged.
Quiet: the power of introverts in a world that can't stop talking by Susan Cain — January 9th
Defending Jacob: a novel by William Landay — February 13th
Before you know kindness: a novel by Chris Bohjalian — March 13th
The dog stars by Peter Heller — April 10th
The round house by Louise Erdrich — May 8th
Abby Cadabra, super speller by Joan Holub
Buzz Boy and Fly Guy by Tedd Arnold
Eliot Jones, midnight superhero by Anne Cottringer ; illustrated by Alex T. Smith
Winter waits by Lynn Plourde ; illustrated by Greg Couch
Lynn Plourde, author of the best-selling picture book "Wild Child," reunites with acclaimed illustrator Greg Couch to continue the story of Nature's family with this exquisite book that captures the joy of a father-son relationship.
Winter lullaby by Barbara Seuling ; illustrated by Greg Newbold
As the natural world changes with winter's approach, young children worry about the creatures they see around them. Where do the ducks and other animals go? Will they find shelter from the cold? Will they be safe and warm? In Winter Lullaby, Barbara Seuling's reassuring, gentle verse and Greg Newbold's breathtaking paintings reveal what animals do to survive as winter takes hold.
Winter: an alphabet acrostic by Steven Schnur ; illustrated by Leslie Evans
Sophie's squash by Pat Zietlow Miller; illustrated by Anne Wilsdorf — Being friends with a squash comes with some unusual problems for Sophie to overcome.
A Christmas carol: and other Christmas books by Charles Dickens ; edited with an introduction and notes by Robert Douglas-Fairhurst
A child's Christmas in Wales by Dylan Thomas ; illustrated by Fritz Eichenberg
The Christmas train by David Baldacci
A week in December by Sebastian Faulks
A different kind of Christmas by Alex Haley
Holidays on ice by David Sedaris
The last original wife [large print] by Dorothea Benton Frank
From thin air [large print] by Carolyn Brown
The amazing Mrs. Pollifax [large print] by Dorothy Gilman
Hummingbird lake [large print]: an Eternity Springs novel by Emily March
Home to Harmony [large print] by Philip Gulley
Sugar cookie murder [large print] by Joanne Fluke
A Redbird Christmas [large print]: a novel by Fannie Flagg
Skipping Christmas [large print] by John Grisham
A Cedar Cove Christmas [large print] by Debbie Macomber
A Christmas journey [large print] by Anne Perry
Happy Holidays! Our next book discussion is Thursday, January 22, 2015 from 2:00-3:00PM in Group Study Room A,. We will be discussing CANADA by Richard Ford. Copies will be available beginning Friday, December 19; request a copy from a librarian at Canton Public Library's Information Desk.
Canada by Richard Ford.
A New York Christmas: a novel by Anne Perry
Present darkness: a novel by Malla Nunn
India Black and the gentleman thief by Carol K. Carr
The nightingale before Christmas by Donna Andrews
Jane and the twelve days of Christmas by Stephanie Barron
Want to win tickets to see Mockingjay Part 1? Answer a few trivia questions about the book and you will have a chance at the tickets. The trivia sheet in located just across from the Catching Fire display (next to the new books). Winners will be contacted by phone. The last day to enter will be Sunday, November 30th.
The wicked girls by Alex Marwood
Abroad by Katie Crouch
Broken Harbor by Tana French
And when she was good by Laura Lippman
The silent wife: a novel by A.S.A. Harrison
Waiting for Wednesday by Nicci French
Under a silent moon: a novel by Elizabeth Haynes
Here are some great books for 12th grade, complete with fiction and graphic novels. Make sure to check out our other high school lists as well!
The fall by Bethany Griffin
Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs
Midwinterblood by Marcus Sedgwick
We were liars by E. Lockhart
Fangirl by Rainbow Rowell
Sex and violence: a novel by Carrie Mesrobian
Here are some great books for 11th grade, complete with fiction, nonfiction, and graphic novels. Make sure to check out our other high school lists as well!
The diviners by Libba Bray
The impossible knife of memory by Laurie Halse Anderson
Why we broke up: novel by Daniel Handler ; art by Maira Kalman
Dr. Bird's advice for sad poets by Evan Roskos
September girls by Bennett Madison
The coldest girl in Coldtown by Holly Black
Here are some suggested reads for tenth grade, with fiction, historical fiction, graphic novels and everything in between. make sure to also check out our other high school lists!
The story of Owen: dragon slayer of Trondheim by E. K. Johnston
The midnight dress by Karen Foxlee
The summer prince by Alaya Dawn Johnson
If I ever get out of here: a novel with paintings by Eric Gansworth
Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell
Code name Verity by Elizabeth Wein
Dodger by Terry Pratchett
Killer of enemies by Joseph Bruchac
A brief history of Montmaray by Michelle Cooper
The fault in our stars by John Green
Reality Boy by a novel by A.S. King
Popular a memoir: Vintage wisdom for a modern geek by Maya Van Wagenen
Hole in my life by Jack Gantos
The Arnifour affair by Gregory Harris
Buried by Kate Watterson
Death stalks Door County by Patricia Skalka
All things murder by Jeanne Quigley
Bloom and doom by Beverly Allen