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Fiction books

Reading a Teenage Dream Tonight

Dream girl by Lauren Mechling

Dream factory by Brad Barkley & Heather Hepler

Dream journal by Karen Halvorsen Schreck

Dream spinner by Bonnie Dobkin

Art for Young Readers

The art book for children by text by Amanda Renshaw and Gilda Williams Ruggi

How to read a work of art by Laura J. Hensley

Art that moves: animation around the world by John Bliss

Exploring the life, myth, and art of India by Chakravarthi Ram-Prasad

Dreams Books for Kids

Alex Fitzgerald's cure for nightmares by Kathleen Krull; illustrated by Wendy Edelson

Another day in the Milky Way by David Milgrim

Ben's dream: story and pictures by Chris Van Allsburg

The Berenstain bears and the bad dream by Stan & Jan Berenstain

World Literature for Adults

Classics

Aesop's fables by retold in verse by Tom Paxton; illustrated by Robert Rayevsky

Pride and prejudice by Jane Austen; edited with notes by Vivien Jones

Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte; with an introduction by Joyce Carol Oates

The good earth by Pearl S. Buck; introduced and edited by Peter Conn

Dream Books That Won’t Put you to Sleep


If you're looking for books and more about dreaming, check out the following:

Active dreaming: journeying beyond self-limitation to a life of wild freedom by Robert Moss

The secret history of dreaming by Robert Moss

Dreaming souls: sleep, dreams, and the evolution of the conscious mind by Owen Flanagan

Books for Teen Artists

How to draw animation by Christopher Hart

How to draw comics the marvel way by Stan Lee and John Buscema

Scared!: how to draw fantastic horror comic characters by Steve Miller and Bryan Baugh

Sports Books for Kids

Books for Artists

Sports Books for Teens

Dairy queen: a novel by Catherine Gilbert Murdock

Front and center by Catherine Gilbert Murdock

The girl who threw butterflies by Mick Cochrane

Girl overboard by Justina Chen Headley

Library Programs for Foodies

Children's Programs

Teen Programs

Adult Programs

Multicultural Books for Teens

Born confused by Tanuja Desai Hidier

The absolutely true diary of a part-time Indian by Sherman Alexie; art by Ellen Forney

The first part last by Angela Johnson

American born Chinese by Gene Luen Yang; color by Lark Pien

Play Time

Teenage Drama

If You Like Inspirational Historical Fiction

…and like strong characters, light romance, and prefer audio format, try these:

The mountain between us by Charles Martin

Shoot the moon by Billie Letts

Miss Julia speaks her mind: a novel by Ann B. Ross

Two more options that are available in print:

Big Stone Gap: a novel by Adriana Trigiani

Bone-chilling Listens in the Summer Heat!

Nothing beats having a good bone-chilling, spine-tingling audiobook to listen to while you bask in the sun! If the warm temperature lulls you to sleep, the suspense of the book will keep you on edge!

The snowman by Jo Nesbø; translated by Don Bartlett

Last snow by Eric Van Lustbader

Before the frost by Henning Mankell; translated by Ebba Segerberg

Terminal freeze by Lincoln Child

That's How

Parents, how many times a day do you hear "Why?" or "How?" How many different ways can you answer that? Author Christopher Niemann tries to help you answer those questions with his new picture book, That's How. Here, many questions about how things work are answered in a simple, straightforward way. Kids of all ages will enjoy discovering how things work! If you are looking for more stories to answer those never ending whys and hows, check out childrens question and answer stories.

Family PJ Storytime

Get out your PJ's, robes and slippers and join us for a family-friendly storytime. We want the entire family in PJ's for this fun evening. Pillows and pillow pets are welcome on Thursday, July 14 at 7:00PM in the Purple Room. No registration needed.

Book Club in a Bag Kit

The Lincoln Lawyer by Michael Connelly is a legal thriller featuring Los Angeles criminal defense attorney Mickey Haller. He is asked to defend a rich man arrested for assault. Getting justice proves to be deadly and risky.

New Urdu Books

We have received our 2011 shipment of books in Urdu and they are on the shelves. Stop by and check them out. New titles include:

Barq-i tabassum by Shaukat Thānvī

Jis tan lagyā ʻishq kamāl by ʻUshnā Kaus̲ar Sardār

Obāmā kī āp bītī by Bārak Obāmā ; mutarjim, Yāsar Javvād

Ṣāʻiqah : Nāvil by Raz̤iyah Baṭ

Judy Moody Live on the Big Screen

The first big kid friendly release has hit the theaters, just in time for the last day of school. Judy Moody and the Not Bummer Summer takes Megan McDonald's popular red-headed heroine from the page to the big screen. Judy Moody's plans for a super exciting summer are derailed when her two closest friends head off to more exciting adventures, and her parents leave for California, leaving Judy and her brother Stink in the care of Aunt Opal. Will this mean a major bummer summer for Judy, or will it turn out to be super after all? After you've seen the movie, discover (or enjoy for a second time) some of Judy's other adventures here at Canton Public Library!