Carrollton Public Library
Carrollton Public LibraryFriday, July 23rd, 2021 at 2:29pm
The Friends of the Library and the Carrollton Public Library Board invite the public to a reception honoring the outgoing Library Director, Sue Lightfoot-Horine and incoming director Corina Thorne. The reception will be held on Friday, July 30th from 2 – 4 pm in the Main Library. Everyone is welcome to attend.
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Carrollton Public LibraryWednesday, July 21st, 2021 at 4:57pm
Last week we learned all about hunting dogs!! Thank you to Ted and Zadak Miller who taught us all about hunting dogs with their dog, Lily. We learned about what a hunting dog’s job is and how Ted learned to train his dogs(hint hint, he went to the library and checked out a book).

The kids enjoyed seeing Lily work and Lily enjoyed all the tummy rubs afterward! 🐕

Our summer reading program is still going strong and will continue through August 5th! #TailsAndTales
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Carrollton Public LibrarySaturday, July 17th, 2021 at 11:24pm
Tristian was so small!!
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Carrollton Public LibraryWednesday, July 14th, 2021 at 3:35pm
Yeah… We have Air Conditioning and all lights are back on again! Come see us!
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Carrollton Public LibraryThursday, July 8th, 2021 at 10:14pm
We are at the fair until 8! Make a bird feeder, get some goodies and we also have free books!!
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Carrollton Public LibraryMonday, July 5th, 2021 at 10:27pm
Have you heard of the SUMMER SLIDE? It may sound fun (who doesn't love slides?!) but it's actually a serious problem for our little ones. When kids aren't in school or participating in learning activities during the summer, they can lose some of the academic gains they made during the previous year. That's why it's called the SUMMER SLIDE…because our little ones “slide backwards" in their skills. Now, there's no reason to panic or force our preschoolers to do a million worksheets or drill them with flashcards to make sure this doesn't happen. Kids don't learn best that way! But it DOES mean that we should be intentionally setting up opportunities for our kids to learn through play during the summer, just like we do all year long.- Erin