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Teaching Children to Solve Their Own Problems

kids fightingSaturday, November 19 at 11 a.m.

The Plymouth District Library welcomes Sue Fitzpatrick of Plymouth-Canton Montessori School to talk to parents about how to teach their children to solve their own problems.  This program is for parents and child care givers, no children please. Registration is limited to 25 people and begins November 12 at the Youth Services Desk or by phone at 734-453-0750, #5

Vote For Books!


It’s election time again! Don’t miss out on the fun of voting, vote for your favorite picture book! Come to the library anytime between October 3rd and November 8th and cast your vote for your favorite children’s picture book!

STEM - Playing With Food

caviar1Kids in Grades 4-8:
Have fun with food on Thurs., Nov. 10, 4:00pm - 5:30pm

We will mix up some chemistry and biology for delicious fun! Use molecular chemistry to turn liquid juice balls into solid juice balls. Then we will try a few treats for our tastebuds and learn about the areas of our tongues.  

Register online or call 734-453-0750, option 4. Elementary school students (with later dismal times) are welcome to participate when they arrive before 4:45pm.

This program brought to you by Bosch, P-CCS STEM Academy, and the Friends of the Plymouth Library. 

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Introducing Playaway Launchpads!

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The Plymouth District Library is proud to present our newest Youth collection - Playaway Launchpads! They are the only pre-loaded (with learning apps and games) tablet for kids, designed for libraries.

Stop by the library and check one out today! They circulate for 1 week, two per library card and can be renewed and put on hold.


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!

Sign up here to receive our new weekly electronic newletter highlighting new youth books.
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