Heavenly Reads; Books About Heaven

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.

To heaven and back: a doctor's extraordiary account of her death, heaven, angels, and life again: a true story by Mary C. Neal — In this life summary, a level headed Presbyterian doctor nearly dies on her kayak adventure and gains an education in paradise.

My journey to heaven: what I saw and how it changed my life by Marvin J. Besteman with Lorilee Craker — This Ann Arbor resident, retired banker and grandfather had no idea he was about to get a short reprieve from his post-surgery pain in Heaven. Heavenly angels escort him, he converses (argues) with St. Peter, and recognizes friends and family members who touched his life.

Decorate a Dog

Earn your "Make Tracks" badge by decorating a dog. Stop by the main help desk to pick up the outline, take it home and creatively use your favorite medium to fill it in. What will your dog be, a patchwork quilt of colors and fabrics or photos of your favorite pet? Your finished artwork will be displayed beneath the Help Desk, so do your best!

Face Your Fears

From a challenge at work to your personal quirk, everyone has a goal to achieve to better their self or their life. Here are some books which address the issue of overcoming obstacles.

Step out on nothing: how faith and family helped me conquer life's challenges by Byron Pitts

Yoga bitch: one woman's quest to conquer skepticism, cynicism, and cigarettes on the path to enlightenment by Suzanne Morrison

The solution: conquer your fear, control your future by Lucinda Bassett

In pursuit of peace: 21 ways to conquer anxiety, fear, and discontentment by Joyce Meyer

Michigan Notable Books

Michigan Notable Bookmark: bookmarkThe Michigan Notable Books Program has selected 20 books for 2012 celebrating Michigan people, places and events. The majority of these titles are available at Canton Library and libraries across the state. For a free bookmark listing these titles, stop by the Adult Help Desk. For more information on the Michigan Notable Books Program, see michigan.gov/notable books 

How to Celebrate Easter

Not all countries celebrate Easter the way the United States does. To get some idea of different customs, read this Easter Celebrations Around the World article. Here are some ideas to plan parties, recipes and crafts for the holiday on Easter Dinner, Brunch and Party Ideas. Our collection contains plenty of books and DVDs that give the history of Easter or help to plan festive Easter events.

Join us at Vintner's for Wildcat Wine

Register to join Vintner's Book Discussion on Tuesday, April 17 at 7:00 PM at Vintner's Canton Winery (Southwest corner of Joy and Lilley, in the Golden Gate Shopping Center). Our book is:

Wildcat wine by Claire Hamner Matturro — Just when attorney Lillian Belle Rosemay Cleary's hands are full with a psychic client and a Nazi-next-door neighbor, an obnoxious partner in her firm is murdered. Somehow Lilly is dragged into investigating and encounters a world-class assortment of weirdo suspects, all of whom had good reason to want to knock the guy off.

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