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Introducing Alex!

Meet one of our Interns, Alex, and learn about what she has learned and hopes to learn from us here at PDL! She has also shared some of her favorite books.

Teens Recommend – 2023

Want to know what other teens are enjoying reading, watching, or playing? At every meeting of our Board of Library Teens, we collect recommendations from attendees on their favorite things they’ve checked out from the library. Read on and maybe you’ll discover something new!

PDL Staff Best of 2023

They’re simply the best. Better than all the rest. Better than anything. Anything we’ve ever read (or watched). Here’s our staff’s picks for the best books, TV, and movies of 2023!

PDL Wrapped 2023

It’s the most wonderful time of the year! That’s right, it’s Spotify Wrapped season. Here at PDL we’ve got a staff full of audiophiles who are so excited to share their top artists and albums of 2023!

Trans Voices And Stories: An All Ages Booklist

This all-ages list features a selection of Trans and Gender Non-Conforming related books for all ages from the PDL collection, which was presented in conjunction with the traveling art exhibit Authentic Selves.

Native American Heritage Month

Native American Heritage Month has been recognized each November since the turn of the century. You can read more about it at the Native American Heritage Month government homepage. Celebrate this year with a great read from this family book list!

Hispanic Heritage Month

Hispanic Heritage Month runs from September 15th to October 15th. Celebrate with your family by sharing some of these great titles for youth!

Quick Picks

Did you know the library has a collection of “hi-lo” (high interest, low readability) books? Characterized by a short length and approachable vocabulary, these books are housed within the YA fiction section and are great for struggling readers, readers learning English, or anyone who wants a quick read!

great Michigan read

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Plymouth patrons will once again join hundreds of communities across the state participating in the Great Michigan Read 2023-24 by reading Angeline Boulley’s The Firekeeper’s Daughter! The Great Michigan Read aims to connect Michiganders by deepening readers’ understanding of our state, our society, and our humanity. Presented by Michigan Humanities and supported by national, statewide, and local partners, including the National Endowment for the Humanities, The Meijer Foundation, Library of Michigan, Image Creative Group, and BiblioBoard.Laborers’ International Union of North America, MSU Federal Credit Union, and Library of Michigan.