The library building is temporarily closed following a positive COVID-19 test reported by staff. Library staff are self-isolating to ensure safety before in-person public services are resumed. We anticipate that the library will reopen on Wednesday, April 14, 2021.
  • Due dates on items checked out have been extended to April 21
  • Items on hold are frozen--you won't lose your hold
  • We can't accept book donations at this time
  • Our Wi-Fi is accessible outside the building. You'll find the strongest signal in the west parking lot
  • Most scheduled programs will still occur. Registrants will be contacted via email.


If you or someone you know is interested in getting the COVID-19 vaccine, please see below for info on where and how to get registered for an appointment. The information on registering for the vaccine and scheduling appointments by telephone is particularly useful for those without smartphones, email, or internet access. Please share widely with any family, friends, and neighbors, especially seniors, who would like to get vaccinated.

*This information is current as of 3/31/2021.

I need help scheduling an appointment

  • MI residents who need help scheduling a vaccine appointment can call the COVID-19 Hotline at 888-535-6136 (press 1), M- F 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM, Sat - Sun 8:00 AM - 1:00 PM, or call 2-1-1.

  • Senior citizens in Wayne county who need help scheduling an appointment may call the Wayne County Health Department at 734-727-7101.

  • Canton residents who need help scheduling an appointment may call the Township Clerk's office at 734-394-5120 or the Township Supervisor's office at 734-394-5185 Monday - Friday 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM.

Patrons can pick up forms from the information desk OR schedule pickup of any of the forms below through our contact-free holds pickup service by calling 734-397-0999 
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UPDATE: Please note the following correction for IRS 1040 Instructions. On the IRA Deduction Worksheet—Schedule 1, Line 19, line 3 should read: “Enter the amount from Form 1040 or 1040-SR, line 9.”

Starting January 27th, 2021, we will have the following 2020 tax materials available at the Main Information Desk:

  • IRS 1040/1040-SR tax form booklets
  • IRS 1040/1040-SR instruction booklets
  • Michigan 1040 instruction booklets with forms
  • Michigan 1040 CR7 instruction booklets with forms

For additional tax materials, please speak with one of our librarians.

Click here for the IRS Forms, Instructions & Publications

Click here for more information on Michigan taxes (includes city income tax forms)

digital magazines, ebooks and audiobooks in one app-Libby

If you're a fan of RBdigital magazines and OverDrive ebooks or audiobooks, we've got some great news for you. Starting February 18magazines will be available in Libby (by OverDrive), where you will be able to access ebooks, audiobooks, and magazines in the same app. As of April 1, you will no longer use the RBdigital landing page or app to read electronic magazines. Magazine checkouts will not count toward OverDrive checkout limits, and you will still have access to the full range of previously-available magazines (and more) in the Libby app. 




National Poetry Month is celebrated across the world in the month of April. Not sure where to start with poetry? Try a novel in verse! Like a traditional novel, these books tell a complete story, but they use the verse style of poetry. Check out the call number 811.54 for traditional volumes of poetry. 

Beauty mark : a verse novel of Marilyn Monroe by 1956- Carole Boston Weatherford
Blood water paint by Joy McCullough

We currently have a job opening in our Information Services Department for a full time Youth Librarian position. For complete information please visit our jobs/volunteer page.

PIN day at CPL is April 29!

On April 29, all CPL patrons will have PINs added to their patron accounts.

A PIN will be needed for any self-service transaction, for example, on our website or using self-check, but not for any person-to-person transaction at the Check Out Desk.

What is a PIN?

A Personal Identification Number (PIN) is a secondary form of authentication used to access your account that provides an extra layer of security.

How does a PIN help with security?

Using a PIN in conjunction with your library card number adds an extra layer of security to your account. If you lose your card or someone obtains your library card number, a PIN helps prevent unauthorized use of your library account.

Passwords or PINs (personal identification numbers) are the first step towards securing your online privacy. Learn more about protecting your identity with these reads.

For more information on internet privacy, see our series on privacy

Learn more about how the library is implementing PINs to protect your privacy. 

Looking for a great picture book to share with little ones? The following titles feature Asian and Asian American characters, as well as beautiful artwork and storytelling.  

Don't forget to check out our children's books in Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Tagalog, and Vietnamese.

A big mooncake for little star by illustrator Grace Lin

Reimagines the cycles of the moon as a mother bakes a Big Moon Cookie and, despite Mama's request to wait, Little Star begins nibbling at it every night.

Cora cooks pancit by Dorina K Lazo Gilmore

When all her older siblings are away, Cora's mother finally lets her help make pancit, a Filipino noodle dish. Includes recipe for pancit.