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Family Reading Night - Caldecott

CPL's Family Reading Nights continue to be an excellent ongoing celebration of literacy, sharing stories and FUN! Participants will experience engaging themes coupled with exciting activities. We will even have a free drawing of books to help grow your own personal library. This program is for children ages 4-9 and their families. Registration is required and begins January 23.

Listen to books that have won the Caldecott award in recognition for their illustrations. We'll also be including the winner of the Canton Public Library's Mock Caldecott Award. Then participate in activities themed around the books. 

Upcoming sessions

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A professional actor can add new meaning to a story when they lend their vocal and theatrical skills to the production. Overdrive and hoopla offer access to a variety of audiobooks narrated by top celebrities. 

It [electronic resource] by Stephen King
Also available in: print | e-book | audiobook

Read by Steven Weber (Wings, Stephen King's The Shining)

Read by Tracey Leigh (Modern Family, Grey's Anatomy)

On the coattails of "Y is for Yesterday," we bid adieu to mystery writer Sue Grafton today. Known for her long running alphabet mystery series featuring the rough and tumble Kinsey Millhone, Grafton and her character carried the torch of female writer/protagonist predecessors as a mainstay in the genre for over three decades. Grafton also wrote and adapted several screenplays for TV and film. Celebrate her works and her life with the books we have in our print, audio, and digital collections. 

Y is for yesterday by Sue Grafton

Kinsey Millhone monitors the release from prison of a sociopath who is determined to exact revenge on a fellow perpetrator who went missing after they sexually assaulted a fourteen-year-old classmate.

K Club Winter Fun

Winter fun and exploration will be the topic of this K Club program intended for children ages 4-6.  Science, math and creative skills will be used as we form melting snowman and rummage through a tinker tray to design our own individual snowflakes. Our festivities will take place on Monday, February 19, 2:00 - 3:00 pm and will include a "brisk" story or two and of course, ice cream! .

Registration required.

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Winter is officially here. What better way to enjoy it than to bundle up in some nice warm mittens or a scarf. Thursday's Knitting Themed Storytime celebrated hats, scarves, mittens and more. Enjoy these fun knitting reads while you bundle up with a lovely knitted blanket in your living room.

Books Read in Storytime

Did you miss our snow themed Storytime this week? Don't worry, here's what you missed, plus a few more suggestions to inspire a chilly storytime you can do at home.

From Storytime

Snow by Manya Stojic

As snow approaches and begins to fall, Moose, Bear, Fox, and other forest creatures prepare for winter.

Down in the ocean live all sorts of creatures. If you missed our Ocean themed storytime, have no fear! Swimmy fins and goggles are on their way--along with a peek at the stories we read and the fun flannel activity we did. Have fun having your own ocean party at home!

Stories from Storytime

Did you miss our Houses and Homes Storytime this week? Don't worry, here's what you missed, plus a few more suggestions to inspire a storytime you can do at home.

From Storytime

Home by Carson Ellis

A whimsical tribute to the myriad possibilities of home depicts homes in different real-world environments as well as fantastical settings.

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