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dog cat read 768672448Would your child benefit from a little extra reading practice during the summer?  Our new summer Reading Buddies program will pair young readers (grades K-3) with trained teen volunteers (grades 7-12) for once-a-week shared reading time.  Program runs June 25-July 30.  Two Monday afternoon sessions (1:15-2 p.m. or 2:15-3 p.m.) are available.  Registration is through June 22.  Details and signup at the Youth desk.  Call 734-453-0750 ext. 5.


 

 

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Registration for 2018 Summer Reading Program for all ages begins Friday, June 1st.

The Read To Me (ages 0-5) and Readers Program (ages 5-8) participants have the option to register and keep track of what they read on a paper log or an online log.  Come into the library to register & get your paper log or click on the Beanstack link below to register online.

The Edge (ages 9-12) participants can only register and log books online!

To register and keep track of your reading this summer, click on the Beanstack Link below.

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Optional Non-Fiction Game Sheet - Please download and print at home or pick up a sheet at the Library!

Instructions for Read to Me Program

Instructions for Readers Program

Edge Program Flier

 


 

STEAM IMAGE 01Come check out our new Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, & Math (STEAM) collection. There will be a variety of books and different STEAM related activities the kids can make and take with them. This collection is on the lower level just past the HELP desk.


 

voxThe library is happy to announce a new collection of children's audio books. VOX Audio Enabled books offer an All-In-One Read-Along experience. All you have to do is press play!

Vox books are in our Youth Audio Book section on the lower level of the library. Check one out today! 


 

hooplaImmediately enjoy music, movies and TV on your computer, tablet or phone.  You may stream or temporarily download on your Android or IOS device with the Hoopla App or view them on your laptop or desktop computer.  Hoopla Help sheet on a variety of topics

new Hoopla for Kids -a Kid's Mode you can set youself for Hoopla. Instructions and colorful examples


 

color logo                       What is Beanstack!

  Beanstack is a free service provided by the Plymouth District Library to help families discover books based on your child's age and interests.

Once you sign up, Beanstack will send you a weekly email with a book recommendation, a learning tip and a library program suggestion. You will also have access to tools that help you keep track of what books have been read, booklists and more!


 

1000bksb4kThe Plymouth District Library is proud to be part of The 1000 Books Foundation and their program 1000 Books Before Kindergarten We will have information, reading logs and booklists to help get you started. Then every time your child reaches 100 books, come back to the Library, show us your reading log and get a bookmark and sticker for your child. You can also log your books online on Beanstack.


 

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NHS student tutors provide homework help and tutoring for students in grades 3 -12.

This program is drop-in. No registration required.

NHS tutors will also be at Canton Public Library for drop-in appointments. Tutors will be at the library when school is in session, not on breaks or snow days.

Thank you to the PCCS NHS for making this service available. 


 

OverDrive for Kids E-Books Youth e-book and e-audiobook titles now have their own special portal online from OverDrive.  Parents and children will have the ability to choose titles by Lexile Measure, Reading Level and Interest Level.  Sign in using your Plymouth District Library card number.  Holds may be placed as you would on the general site. 


 

tvpgIf you have ever been confused by the motion picture and TV rating system, we have a new movie list to help you out. 

Parental Rating Guidelines for Children's Films


 

Disney_Classics_1988Check out our new list of Disney Classics. We have separated them into "live action" and "animated". For more great movie lists click HERE.

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