There are many fantastic ways to celebrate International Children’s Book Day on April 2 with family and friends. Books are a wonderful way to bond with the people you love and, luckily, we have many ways to engage with the written word. One amazing resource we have at the Canton Public Library is Tumblebooks.
If you are not familiar with Tumblebooks, you are in for a treat. Tumblebooks is one of our many online databases available to you, our patrons, in the library or from home with your Canton Public Library card. It is an online resource filled with books for children or the young at heart. Check out both new titles and ones you may have read a hundred times or more growing up, along with a wide variety of graphic novels, storybooks, nonfiction, puzzles and games, and read-alongs.
How might you access this bountiful content? Let us show you the way. Follow this quick link to access entertaining, colorful, and enjoyable children's books.
Here are just a few of the many titles available:
- Angus All Aglow by Heather Smith
- Bink and Gollie: P.S. I’ll Be Back Soon by Kate DiCamillo
- Dojo Daycare by Chris Tougas
- The Ancient Oak by Sean O’Reilly
- The Dot by Peter H. Reynolds
- A Camping Spree with Mr. Magee by Chris Van Dusen
- A Likkle Miss Lou by Nadia L. Hohn
- Bones Never Lie by Elizabeth MacLeod
- Dinosaur Explorers by Albbie and Redcode
- Fuzzy Baseball by John Steven Gurney