Check out what's new in the International Collection. New titles Hindi books include Chava and Mrtyunjaya by Sivājī Sāvanta. Vasudeva by Narendra Kohalī, Kucha anakahi by Mr̥dulā Bihārī, and Buniyada by Manohara Śyāma Jośī are also available.
- Wanda Brunstetter started a new series, Indiana Cousins with the title A Cousin's Promise
- Brunstetter also writes the Sisters of Holmes County series, the first is A Sister's Secret
- Paul Gaus writes the Ohio Amish Mystery series, the first title is Blood of the Prodigal
- Cindy Woodsmall writes the Sisters of the Quilt series, the first title is When the Heart Cries
- Beth Wiseman writes the Daughter's of the Promise series, beginning w
As of January 1st, 2011 we are no longer offering the BookLetters service. To subscribe to featured books (by genre, format, etc.), bestsellers, and other library RSS feeds, please see the Books & More page.Now available from Canton Public Library and delivered directly to you, the New DVDs BookLetter. You will learn what films have been added to the library's collection when the New DVDs monthly BookLetter is emailed to you. The selections are linked to the library's catalog making it easy to find out if the DVD is on the shelf or to request a hold on it.
Malcolm Gladwell started the debate with a lengthy review criticizing many of Anderson's analogies for how scarcity and abundance operate in a market economy. Seth Godin then responded with a few choice rebuttals, sure to spark further discussion.
Along with this, Waldo Jaquith levies allegations that the book contains overt plagiarism. Anderson himself has responded in kind to the blog post, and it appears some additional notes will be available to coincide with the book's release.
While some of this buzz may be viral marketing, the subject matter still sounds quite interesting. Free will be available for sale in stores July 7, though you can put it on hold at Canton Public Library today.
Have you ever wondered what your grandmother or great-grandmother would have worn when she was young? Well, wonder no more. Visit the Canton Historical Museum from June 20th through August 31st to see special occasion dresses from the late 1800s to the 1950s. The Canton Historical Museum is located on the corner of Canton Center Road and Heritage Park Drive. For more information visit their website.
- The Eighth Day by John Case
- Tell No One by Harlan Coban
- Prey by Michael Crichton
- Devil's Teardrop by Jeffrey Deaver
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Spiff up that resume and learn sure-fire interview techniques at three workshops to help job seekers offered at the Canton Public Library.
Christina Stark, a human resources specialist, will help attendees prepare for the job market with the following programs.
Resume Development, July 16, 10:00AM-Noon. An excellent resume is a marketing document that is well written, attractive, interesting, appropriately formatted, has a professional quality, and contains no inaccurate or misleading information. Guidelines and worksheets will be provided to help you develop that marketing document. Current issues for job seekers, cover letters, and the Internet will be discussed.
Interview Strategies, July 29, 10 a.m.–noon. Getting that interview is the culmination of your job search efforts. Interviews not only include that face-to-face time with your potential employer but could include personality, knowledge, and behavioral assessments. This workshop will cover information about the types of interviews, the importance of preparation, and questions you can expect (and you should ask).
Speed Interview Practice Session, August 13, 7-9 p.m. Get real life practice answering interview questions in this round-robin style format. As a prerequisite, you must attend the Resume Development and/or Interview Strategies class.
Online registration with a valid library card is required for all programs. You may register two weeks in advance of program date at our Program Calendar. Community volunteers are needed to act as interviewers for the Speed Interview Practice Session. Call 734-397-0999 to sign up.