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Fixit Hanging Bike 071616The Fixit  includes all the tools necessary to perform basic bike repairs and maintenance, from changing a flat tire to adjusting brakes and derailleurs. 

 The Fixit is located near the library’s bike racks, just steps from the main entrance. 

 This unique equipment was made possible through the generous contributions of the Plymouth Lions Club and local landscape design firm, Serene Landscape Group . 

 

The Plymouth District Library adopted the public policy set forth in the Michigan Freedom of Information Act, 1976 PA 442 on July 21, 2015. The Plymouth District Library Freedom of Information Act Procedures and Guidelines and Written Public Summary of the Freedom of Information Act Procedures and Guidelines are available via the library's website.

Free copies of these documents are also available at the Plymouth District Library.

FOIA requests are to be directed to the library's FOIA Coordinator at:

Plymouth District Library Attn: FOIA Coordinator
223 S. Main Street
Plymouth, MI 48170

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Fax: 734-453-0733

librarycardHow Do I Get a Library Card?

Library cards are free to everyone within our borrowing area.  If you wish to check out materials or use other in-house services the library provides, it will be necessary to visit us at the Circulation desk on the main level, at your convenience, to apply for and pick up your library card.  Please provide photo ID with proof of your mailing address, such as current Driver's license, pay stub, current utility bill or checkbook when you apply for a card.  See our Circulation Policy.

 

 Want to get a card for your child under 18?  Download a printable application form for minors and bring it with you the next time you visit us.  Parents must be present if registering a child under 18.

 

Online Registration Form

computerIf you are over 18 and do not currently have a library card, our online registration gives you a temporary library card number which allows you to place a hold on items today!  We will notify you at the email address you provide when the materials become available.  After completing the form, and reviewing our Circulation Policy, click "I ACCEPT" and a temporary library card number will be assigned to you.  You may log in using this temporary number along with your PIN, which is the last 4 digits of the phone number you've provided.  Your temporary library card number is only valid for 30 days.  It will still be necessary to stop by our circulation desk on the main level, bringing with you the required photo ID with proof of your address.

 

 

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  • Windows or Mac notebook anywhere in the library (no iPads or tablet PCs).
  • Select a printer located on your level in the library. Print jobs can only be printed from the Print Release Station where the print job was sent to.
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Lower Level LL-Black and White
  • You may print to the UL-Color printer from any level, but go to the upper level Print Release Station to retrieve your print job.

 

 

Learn how wireless printing works

Select your operating system to view step-by-step help

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The virtual printer plug-in must be installed to print

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The Library offers the following services through the Low Vision Center:


1.  Books and pamphlets about vision loss and where to get assistance.


2.  Large Print books, both fiction and nonfiction.

3.  Audio Books - Books on CDs and "Playaways"

4.  Magnifying Glasses that may be checked out for a 3 week loan.

5.  CCTV Reading Machine

6.  Internet Terminal with ZoomText (englarging software)

7.  Access to audio books from the National Library for the Blind and Visually Impaired.


Low Vision Info Sessions are held on the first Thursday of every month, at 1:00 p.m., at the Plymouth District Library, and are intended for anyone for whom glasses are no longer sufficient. Participants share advice on coping skills and adaptive technologies in a supportive atmosphere. These social and informative sessions are free and open to anyone with low vision, caregivers and friends. Guest Speakers are frequently scheduled and cover a variety of topics relevant to living better with low vision. Advance registration NOT required. For more information contact Marjorie Sadler, Adult Services Librarian, 734-453-0750, ext. 205 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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To register for a class, please call the Library at (734) 453-0750. Choose #4 to reach the Reader's Advisory Desk to check on available dates and times.
Classes are open to everyone!!

Not all classes listed below are scheduled each month.

 

BASIC COMPUTER SKILLS
This course is designed to teach basic computer and mousing skills to Plymouth residents. This includes an introduction to the Windows operating system. The class provides one session of mousing practice and hands-on work with the Library's electronic catalog. A follow-up session in the computer training room is held one week later for additional experience.

wordclass107aCOMPUTER BASICS, PART II
If you have successfully passed Basic Computer Skills class, this is the next class for you.  Hone your skills at clicking and dragging with your mouse.  Learn how to save and move files around on your hard drive.  Become comfortable using your Start Menu items.  You must be able to use the mouse prior to taking this class !

BASIC INTERNET
This class for Plymouth residents will help computer users learn the basics of using the Internet. This will include an explanation of terms, use of a browser and utilizing search engines on the World Wide Web. Participants should be comfortable with the Microsoft Windows basics and using a mouse. Training is based on the hardware and software available in the Library.

E-MAIL, LEVEL 1
Learn how to create a free e-mail account using GMail E-mail in this one-session class. You will also learn how to compose, send and delete email messages on that account. Registrants must be Plymouth residents and should be comfortable using Microsoft Windows and basic Internet tasks.

E-MAIL, LEVEL 2 
You will learn how to create mailing groups, upload photos and attachments to your e-mail and more in this class. You must have an existing Yahoo E-Mail account at the time you are taking this class.

MS WORD 2010, LEVEL 1 
Students will learn how to open, close, modify, save and print a basic Word document. The class covers basic features of this software program only. Students must be comfortable keyboarding and using a mouse prior to taking this class.

MS WORD 2010, LEVEL 2 
In this class students will learn how to adjust a layout using Page Setup, use auto correct, insert dates and symbols, work with two Word documents at the same time, insert bullets and numbering, alphabetize, use tables, insert symbols and more.

ADDRESS BOOK AND LABELS IN MS WORD 2010
It’s never too early to start thinking about your holiday card list! The Library will offer a class on creating an address book and making labels using Microsoft Word. Students will learn how to do a mail merge and print return address labels as well as mailing labels. Prior experience with MS Word is required for all students.

EXCEL 2010, LEVEL 1 
Find out how to make a household or personal budget while learning Microsoft Excel. You must be comfortable with keyboarding and Microsoft Windows basics before signing up for this class.

MS EXCEL 2010, LEVEL II
For students who have completed the "Make a Budget with Excel Class. Excel II  will cover the use of functions, Inserting comments, create a chart, learn to insert rows and columns, formatting the spreadsheet and printing the spreadsheet.

POWERPOINT 2010, LEVEL 1
Learn the basics of how to do a computer slide presentation using Microsoft Powerpoint. Topics include selecting a template, adding text and graphics, and then putting the entire finished product together into a slideshow. Participants must be comfortable using MS Windows and have good keyboarding skills.

POWERPOINT 2010, LEVEL 2
Explore animation, templates, and learn how to customize slides. Learn how to add audio to your slide show and make hand-outs and take-aways. Participants should have a basic working knowledge of PowerPoint

SHARING PHOTOS ONLINE
Learn about the various online options for either sharing your photos with family and friends or creating photo albums online and ordering prints to be delivered to your local drug store. Bring your own photos saved on either a USB Flash Drive or CD-ROM. Participants must be comfortable using MS Windows and have good keyboarding skills.

CYBER-AGE GENEALOGY
Residents interested in learning how to use the Library's collection of genealogy CD-ROMs will want to take this class. It also includes instructions on using Ancestry Library Edition, a subscription genealogy service, as well as FamilySearch and other valuable free Internet sites. Students must be comfortable using the Internet.

FACEBOOK FOR ADULTS
Find out what the Facebook craze is all about and learn how to create your own account on Facebook.  Privacy and security issues will be addressed as well as uploading photos and videos.

INTRODUCTION TO TWITTER
 Learn how to use 140 characters to express yourself online in one of the world's largest social media centers!

INTRODUCTION TO PINTEREST
If you like to view things in a graphic way, then you'll love Pinterest.  Learn how to create an account and start pinning on your own boards! You must be comfortable searching the Web and have an existing e-mail account.

WALK-IN COMPUTER TUTORING
Get one-on-one help using a computer, a mouse, the library catalog, the Internet, or setting up a free e-mail account with Yahoo! or Hotmail. High school students volunteer every other Saturday to help you increase your computer skills—stay for 10 minutes or 2 hours! No registration necessary.

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  • Internet computers for public use are located on the all levels of the library. There are machines for adults on the Upper Level, for teens in the Teen Zone on the Main Level, and for children on the Lower Level. All public_computerspatrons using these computers must have a library card. If you don't have one, you may apply for one free of charge at the Circulation Desk. Temporary cards are issued for guests. There is a limit of one hour at a time, but more time may be given if there is no one waiting. All computers come equipped with  CD-ROM drives/burners, USB ports in the front, and headphone jacks in the front. (You supply your own headphones!) All Internet computers have MS Windows and Office 2010 Pro (Word, Powerpoint, Excel, Access, & Publisher).

  • There is one workstation dedicated to Family History Research and one Job Search computer.  Two Multimedia workstations are available with scanners on the Upper Level and two on the Lower Level.  

  • Printing from these workstations is routed to a network laser printer (black & white) located at the Print Release Station and costs $.10 per page. There is a color laser printer on the Upper Level. Color prints cost $.50 per page.

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  • In addition, there are several kiosks on the main level on a first-come, first-serve basis. No printing is available from these stations.

  • Wireless access is provided using a public, unsececured network.  Wireless printing is available within the library.

 

After You - Jo Jo Moyes

The Alice Network - Kate Quinn

All the Light We Cannot See - Anthony Doerr

Americanah - Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

Annie's Ghosts - Steve Luxenberg

Arc of Justice - Kevin Boyle

The Astronaut Wives Club - Lily Koppel

Atonement - Ian McEwan

The Aviator's Wife - Melanie Benjamin

Balzac and the Little Chinese Seamstress - Dai Sijie

Beach Music - Pat Conroy

Before We Were Yours - Lisa Wingate

Behind the Beautiful Forevers - Katherine Boo

Behold the Dreamers - Imbolo Mbue

Bel Canto - Ann Patchett

Big Little Lies - Liane Moriarty

The Book That Matters Most - Ann Hood

The Book Thief - Markus Zusak

Brooklyn - Colm Toibin

Chaperone by Laura Moriarty

Commonwealth  - Ann Patchett

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time - Mark Haddon

Cutting for Stone - Abraham Verghese

Defending Jacob - William Landay

Digging to America - Anne Tyler

The Elegance of the Hedgehog - Muriel Barbery

Faith - Jennifer Haigh

Fly Away Home - Jennifer Weiner

The Girl on the Train - Paula Hawkins

The Girls from Ames - Jeffrey Zaslow

The Glass Castle - Jeannette Walls

The Goldfinch - Donna Tartt

Go Set a Watchman  - Harper Lee

Gone Girl - Gillian Flynn

The Great Gatsby - F.Scott Fitzgerald

The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society -
Mary Ann Schaffer and Annie Barrows

H is for Hawk - Helen Macdonald

The Handmaid's Tale - Margaret Atwood

Homegoing  - Yaa Gyasi

The Hotel on the Corner of Bitter & Sweet
- Jamie Ford

The Hours - Michael Cunningham

The Husband's Secret - Liane Moriarty

The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks - Rebecca Skloot

The Inner Circle - Brad Meltzer

In the Garden of Beasts - Erik Larson

The Invention of Wings - Sue Monk Kidd

Jade Dragon Mountain - Elsa Hart

The Jane Austen Book Club - Karen Fowler

The Kitchen House - Kathleen Grissom

The Language of Flowers - Vanessa Diffenbaugh

Leaving Time - Jodi Picoult

Lilac Girls - Martha Hall Kelly

The Light Between Oceans by M. L. Stedman

Lincoln in the Bardo - George Saunders

Little Fires Everywhere  - Celeste Ng

Loving Frank - Nancy Horan

Maine - J. Courtney Sullivan

Maisie Dobbs - Jacqueline Winspear

A Man Called Ove  - Fredrik Backman

March - Geraldine Brooks

Major Pettigrew's Last Stand - Helin Simonson

Me Before You - JoJo Moyes

My Brilliant Friend - Elena Ferrante

Never Let Me Go - Kashiro Ishiguro

Nickel and Dimed - Barbara Ehrenreich

The Night Circus - Erin Morgenstern

The Nightingale - Kristin Hannah

Nineteen Minutes - Jodi Picoult

The No.1 Ladies’ Detective Agency - Alexander McCall Smith

Olive Kitteridge - Elizabeth Strout

Once in a Great City: A Detroit Tale  - David Maraniss

Orphan Train - Christina Baker Kline

The Paris Wife - Paula McLain

Peace Like a River - Leif Enger

Plain Truth - Jodi Picoult

The Postmistress - Sarah Blake

The Pull of the Moon - Elizabeth Berg

Redeployment - Phil Klay

The Red Tent - Anita Diamant

A Reliable Wife - Robert Goolrick

Remarkable Creatures- Tracy Chevalier

Room - Emma Donoghue

The Rosie Project - Graeme Simsion

Rules of Civility - Amor Towles

Saint Maybe - Anne Tyler

Sarah's Key - Tatiana de Rosnay

The Sandcastle Girls - Chris Bohjalian

The Secret Keeper by Kate Morton

The Secret Life of Bees - Sue Monk Kidd

The Secrets of Mary Bowser - Lois Leveen

Shanghai Girls - Lisa See

The Shoemaker's Wife - Adriana Trigiani

Silver Girl - Elin Hilderbrand

Slaughterhouse Five - Kurt Vonnegut

Small Great Things - Jodi Picoult

Snow Flower and the Secret Fan - Lisa See

Station Eleven - Emily St. John Mandel

Stealing Buddha's Dinner - Bich Minh Nguyen

Still Alice - Lisa Genova

The Storied Life of A.J. Fikry - Gabrielle Zevin

The Summer Before the War - Helen Simonson

The Tender Bar - J. R. Moehringer

This is Your Life, Harriet Chance - Jonathan Evison

The Turner House  - Angela Flournoy

The Underground Railroad

Where'd You Go, Bernadette by Maria Semple

Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail - Cheryl Strayed

X: A Novel - IlyasahShabazz & Kekla Magoon

 

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 Book Clubs |  Class Visits  |  Computer Classes  |  Exam Proctoring  |  Library Groups  |  Low Vision Center  |  Meeting Rooms  |  Outreach  |  Public Computers

In order to fufill the mission of helping "community residents meet their personal, educational, and professional information needs", the Library offers a wide range of services for all ages and interests.

R.E.A.D._program_intro_photoFor the youngest patrons and their parents, there are regularly scheduled storytimes and lapsit programs as well as special holiday events and the annual Summer Reading Program.  R.E.A.D. (Reading Education Assistance Dog) is a service for those in grades 1-6 who would like to spend 15 minutes reading to the special therapy dog that visits the Library.  Homeschoolers and their parents have events scheduled regularly to highlight features of the Youth Services Area.  Youth collections include picture books, easy-readers, chapter books, nonfiction,  youth graphic novels, DVDs, books on CD, music CDs, puppets, media kits, video games, computer games, and magazines.

Teens have a multitude of collections and programming for their personal and educational needs ranging from video gaming, craft programs, book discussion groups and volunteer opportunities to programs designed to prepare teens and their parents for the college admission process.  Teens also take advantage of Summer Games events and have their own collection of graphic novels, books on CD and manga included in with the regular teen fiction and nonfiction books.

Adults are invited to attend a diverse assortment of programs offered at the Library.  The Friends of the Library sponsor speakers from the Detroit Institute of Art on a regular basis.  The ongoing Rhapsody; Music at the Library is another popular series backed by the Friends.  Money Management Seminars and Medicare workshops take place several times each year.  The Great audience_w-speakerMichigan Read Program takes place annually and Library Book Discussion Groups take part as well as the general public.  Other Library Groups focus on needlecrafts, gardening, film discussion, papercrafting, and support for those with low vision.  Residents of Plymouth are encouraged to take computer classes in the Library's Lab.  Topics covered include MS Office 2010 applications, computer basics, social networking on Facebook and many more.  Adult collections include traditional fiction and nonfiction titles, DVDs and Blu-Rays, books on CD, downloadable e-books and e-audiobooks to play on personal devices, video games, magnifiers, music CDs, Cricut cartridges, large print books, magazines, and graphic novels.  Outreach services and homebound services are available for local residents as well as exam proctoring.  




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Low Vision Info Sessions are held on the first Thursday of every month, at 1:00 p.m., at the Plymouth District Library, and are intended for anyone for whom glasses are no longer sufficient. Participants share advice on coping skills and adaptive technologies in a supportive atmosphere. These social and informative sessions are free and open to anyone with low vision, caregivers and friends. Guest Speakers are frequently scheduled and cover a variety of topics relevant to living better with low vision. Advance registration NOT required. For more information contact Marjorie Sadler, Adult Services Librarian, 734-453-0750, ext. 205 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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THE LIBRARY SERVES AS HOST TO A VARIETY OF DISCUSSION GROUPS. TOPICS INCLUDE ASTRONOMY, GARDENING, BOOK CLUBS, LOW VISION, NEEDLECRAFTING, AND POETRY. IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN JOINING ONE OF THESE GROUPS, PLEASE CALL THE CONTACT PERSON LISTED WITH THE GROUP INFORMATION BELOW:

 

Brown Bag Books - This daytime group meets on the fourth Wednesday of each month at noon in the library. Group members bring their own lunches and beverages are provided by the Library. Multiple copies of the works to be read are available at the library circulation desk. Please click  for a schedule of books to be discussed during the next few months. For more information, contact Tim Sherman, Adult Services Librarian, 734-453-0750, ext. 206 or email him at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Contemporary Books - This group meets on the second Tuesday of each month at 7:30 p.m. at the library. Group members decide which books will be discussed and take turns moderating the meetings. Multiple copies of the works to be read are available at the library circulation desk. Please click here for a schedule of books to be discussed during the next few months. For more information, contact Susan Patterson, group facilitator. (734) 453-0750, ext. 241, or email her at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Garden Group - discusses various aspects of gardening and landscaping. Meetings are at 7:00pm on the 4th Thursday of each month, April through October. For more information, contact Alice McCardell, Adult Services Librarian, 734-453-0750, ext. 240, or email her at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Great Books- Karen Berrie, group facilitator. (734) 453-2454 - This discussion group is open to anyone who would like to explore great literature and meet with others to develop a deeper appreciation of it. Group meets every other Monday evening at 7:30 from September through May. The group is open to anyone who is curious and willing to work with others in developing an understanding and appreciation of great literature. For more information contact Karen Berrie.

low_visionLow Vision Support Group – This group meets on the first Thursday of every month, 1:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m.  Participants share coping skills and adaptive technologies in a supportive atmosphere.  Sessions are social as well as informative, and often feature a guest speaker.  Library staff members are available to provide assistance with Library equipment, services and offerings.  For more information contact Marjorie Sadler, Adult Services Librarian, by phone at 734-453-0750, ext. 205, or by e-mail at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Needlework Group - includes knitters, quilters and other kinds of handicrafters. Bring your current project to share with this group on the 4th Monday of each month at 7:00 pm. For more information contact Barb Dinan, Adult Reference Librarian, 734-453-0750, ext. 271 or email her at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Stars, Moons & Planets - Join lively astronomy speaker Mike Best in this monthly discussion group. Mike shares his affection for the sky with adults and children over the age of 6. No registration is required.Call 734-459-BEST or email him at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Senior Writing Group: Area seniors are invited to share their writing and exchange ideas.  All levels of writing experience welcome.  Meets at the Library on the 1st and 3rd Tuesdays of the month, from 1:30- 3 p.m.

 

Schools and Teachers
At Plymouth District Library, we are committed to supporting the needs of our students and teachers. We will work with Plymouth educators to find ways to make library resources accessible for classrooms. If you have additional questions or ideas about new ways to collaborate, please This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Class Visits
Whether you would like a librarian to come to your classroom or you would like to plan a field trip to our building, please fill out the request form at least two weeks in advance.  Library staff will follow up to coordinate the specifics. Please This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with the following information: educator name, contact number and email address; name of school; grade level, preferred date and time for class visit; and best time to contact you.


Library Materials in the Classroom
If you would like to offer library materials for your students to use in the classroom, please fill out a request form at least 7 days in advance.  We will put together a bag of resources on any topic you need and drop it off at your school.

To request a resource bag, please This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. containing the following information: educator name, contact number and email address; name of school; grade level, what do you need; number of copies; date needed; and best way to contact you.

The Library has several meeting rooms that are available to area non-profit groups during regular library hours. There is no rental cost for these rooms. We do require that at least one member of the group lives in the City of Plymouth or Plymouth Township. Our largest room accommodates up to 120 people, seated theatre style. Room availability and reservations can be made by contacting Susan Stoney at 734-453-0750, ext. 242 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

We also have several private study rooms, accommodating 2-6 people. These can be found on our upper level and are available on a first-come first-served basis.

 

iStock_happywomanreadingbook.XSmallThe Plymouth District Library Outreach Program provides services to the community through monthly visits by volunteers to area nursing homes and retirement communities. The following sites are served by the library on a regular basis:

   Independence Village
   Plymouth Court
   Plymouth Inn
   Plymouth Towne Apartments
   St. David's Gate Apartment
   Tonquish Creek Manor
   MediLodge

The library also offers Home Delivery Service to Plymouth and Plymouth Twp. residents who are physically unable to come to the library due to a permanent or temporary illness or disability. To arrange for home delivery, please contact Alice McCardell at 734-453-0750, ext. 240 or email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


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The Plymouth District Library offers proctoring services at no cost for students of accredited colleges and universities. The service is limited to patrons who qualify for a Plymouth library card. Proctoring is done by appointment only. To arrange for this service, please contact Alice McCardell at 734-453-0750, ext. 240 or email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

 

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Contemporary Books

 

contem_bksThis group meets on the second Tuesday of each month at 7:30 pm at the Library. Titles for discussion are chosen and moderated by the group members. Each month the current title is available at the Reader's Advisory desk on the Main Level in the Library. For further information, please call Sue Patterson at the Library, (734) 453-0750 or by email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Upcoming Books 

 

View past reading selections at:

A Decade of Reading

Contemporary Books, 2000 and Beyond

Still Reading After 20 Years

 

Brown Bag Books

This book discussion group meets at the Library at noon on the fourth Wednesday of each month. Group members are welcome to bring a lunch with them, with coffee provided by the Library. A copy of the current title can be obtained at the Help desk on the Main Level. For further information, please call Tim Sherman at the Library, (734) 453-0750, ext 206 or by email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Upcoming Books


View past reading selections:

Books Discussed 1999-2009

Books Discussed 2010 - 2015



Books On Tap

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PDL & the Liberty Street Brewing Co. host this monthly book club, meeting to talk books, socialize and kick back with a cold one. Meetings take place at Liberty Street Brewery at 149 W. Liberty Street, in the heart Plymouth’s Old Village. Copies of the book on deck are available at the library Help desk on the Main Level. Cheers!

BYOB: Buy your own beverages.

Upcoming Selections

View our past reading selections

 

Great Books

The Great Books Foundation is a nonprofit education organization that has helped advance critical, reflective thinking and social and civic engagement of readers of all ages in the U.S. and other countries. The local group meets every other Monday evening at 7:15p.m., September through May.

 

 

Book Club Kits

BookClubKitHave you ever wanted to host a book discussion group but didn't know how to get started?
The Library offers Book Club Kits, a simple way to get your book club up and running. Established book groups will find having multiple copies available and information at your fingertips a great advantage. Each bag contains multiple copies of a title and numerous resources on how to start and maintain a book discussion group. Kits in canvas bags will be checked out as a unit to one member of your group for 8 weeks. You may place reserves on Book Club Kits at the Help Desk on the Main Level, 734-453-0750, press 4.


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