Sunday, June 18th is Father’s Day and to celebrate all the dads in our community, we invite our patrons to check out the books we have in our “rad dad” collection. In My Dad, by Anthony Browne, a little boy
Mother’s Day is Sunday, May 14th, and we invite children of all ages to celebrate with a good book from your Cobb County public libraries. Is there anything a mommy can’t do? This is the question posed in author Carl
A cat that acts like a duck! Silly Quackers! Quackers by Liz Wong tells the story of learning how to stand out in the world. The tale follows Quackers, a duck who does not look like a duck, but considers himself
Follow the adventures of a wily fox who will stop at nothing to win in Fox and the Jumping Contest by Corey R. Tabor Fox is not good at jumping, but he finds many creative ways to win the contest! This story
Celebrate Groundhog Day this Thursday with a blast from the past: the movie Groundhog Day debuted 24 years ago, but it seems like just yesterday… and the day before that, and the day before that…Check it out today at your
Lightning strikes twice with these two awesome Friday the 13th reads for middle grade readers, available now at your Cobb County Public Libraries.
Bears are getting comfortable for winter slumber, so why not cozy up with books about bears from your Cobb County Library? Reading picture books like these will bring your child one step closer to achieving a 1000 Books B4 Kindergarten certificate. Click here for
November is Picture Book Month, and what better way to celebrate than with Elephant and Piggie? The Thank You Book is the 25th and final book in Mo Willems’ well-loved Elephant and Piggie series. In it, Gerald worries that Piggie