Religion and Spirituality
Computers for seniors for dummie [Large print] by Nancy Muir
Using the internet safely for seniors for dummies [Large print] by Linda Criddle and Nancy Muir
Twelve steps to a compassionate life [Large print] by By Karen Armstrong
Our favorite reads this year from the Adult and Children/Tweens/Teens Librarians:
Behind the beautiful forevers by Katherine Boo
We've got a job: the 1963 Birmingham Children's March by Cynthia Levinson
The righteous mind: why good people are divided by politics and religion by Jonathan Haidt
Paris: a love story: a memoir by Kati Marton
Mortality by Christopher Hitchens ; foreword by Graydon Carter ; afterword by Carol Blue
Bible Fiction are stories whose characters may not all be real people and contain some events which may not be true, but are generally based on background history, stories or prophecies from the Bible.
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.
To check out information on Christmas customs, crafts, recipes, movies, music, stories, legends, and more, check out these sources in the library to enhance your enjoyment of this holiday season.
The perfect book for a book discussion is one that's not too easy, not too hard, that will hold the interest of a diverse group of readers and will also inspire a lively discussion. For additional book club resources try the Canton Public Library's Book Club in a Bag kits.
The fatal shore by Robert Hughes
The sparrow [kit] by Mary Doria Russell
The situation in Flushing by Edmund G.
Mike Wallace [Large print]: a life by Peter Rader
Lots of candles, plenty of cake [Large print] by Anna Quindlen
Heaven awaits the bride by Anna Rountree — Anna Roundtree was caught up in multiple heavenly visions and became a bride of Christ in Heaven. Full of heavenly lessons, this is a very inspiring read.
On August 5th, 2012, a gunman killed 6 innocent people and critically wounded three at the Sikh Temple in Oak Creek, Wisconsin. Mourners began paying their final respects Friday to six worshipers gunned down by a white supremacist at a Sikh temple in the US almost a week ago.
In remembrance of the victims of the shootings and to create awareness about the Sikh religion, the Canton Gurdwara will have a "remembrance prayer" and "Langar" (lunch) at its premises on Sunday August 12th, 2012 at 12:00 PM. Everyone is welcome. Please pass the message along to family and friends.
A devil is waiting [large print] by Jack Higgins
Hidden summit [large print] by Robyn Carr
The sisters [large print] by Nancy Jensen
The Bodhisattva's Brain: Buddhism Naturalized by Owen Flanagan — Having authored several books and article on the philosophy of mind and cognitive science, Owen Flanagan's perspective on the intersection of Buddhism, psychology and Western philosophy is well informed and generally unbiased. Bracketing supernatural elements that are inconsistent with science, this treatise emphasizes the practical potential of Buddhist spirituality for attaining a philosophically informed state of happiness. Buddhist principles are examined in light of Aristotle's emphasis on reason and virtue, with added focus on compassion.