Every year, the Library of Michigan selects up to twenty of the most notable books, either written by a Michigan resident or about Michigan or the Great Lakes. The selected books are honored in the year after their publication or copyright date. Each selected title speaks to our state’s rich cultural, historical, and literary heritage and proves without a doubt that some of the greatest stories are found in the Great Lakes State.Read More
Now that 2019 is over, we’re looking back at some staff favorites from the year!Read More
Get a free copy of Refugee by Alan Gratz and then come to the Project LIT P-CCS event to talk about the book and enjoy snacks!
Project LIT P-CCS is a book club open to 7th, 8th & 9th grade students at Plymouth-Canton Community Schools. Interested students can contact project leaders online for more information.
Can’t come to the meeting? You can still check out Refugee and other Project LIT titles from the library. Or start your own Project LIT book group. For more information on how to start your own book club – contact the Teen Librarians at Plymouth Library.Read More
Did you know that your library card can be your best travel companion? Discover hundreds of Michigan’s cultural destinations and natural attractions with your Michigan library card! You can “check out” FREE or discounted admission passes (or other exclusive offers) to hundreds of Michigan state parks, campgrounds, museums, trails, arts & cultural destinations, and more.
Staying near home this holiday season? Traveling in Michigan to visit friends and family? With 440+ participating destinations throughout the state, MAP truly offers something for everyone.
Detroit Zoo offers discounts for library patrons too. Grab your library card and “check out” these terrific zoo discounts.Read More
Grab a copy of the book each month from the Reader’s Advisory desk. If you attend the discussion, the book is yours to keep!
Dorothy Must Die by Danielle Paige
Tuesday, February 18, 2020 at 4:00 PM
I didn’t ask for any of this. I didn’t ask to be some kind of hero. But when your whole life gets swept up by a tornado—taking you with it—you have no choice but to go along, you know?Read More
Come all ye bards and barbarians! Is this your first campaign, or is it your hundredth? Are you interested in DM’ing (Dungeon Mastering) or just want to play a character? No matter the case, come and check out our Dungeons and Dragons group. Play with friends and make new ones, the game is entirely in your hands as you embark on epic journeys and ridiculous side quests. Be nice to your dice, and may the rolls be in your favor!
Help the library Dungeons and Dragons program by volunteering as a Dungeon Master (DM). No prior DM experience is required, but it is preferred.
Click here to apply!Read More
Teen Inclusive Social Group
Looking to expand your group of friends? Join us each month to meet new people in a supportive environment and watch your circle of friends grow. Trained peer volunteers host activities to help you get to know others. Youth, ages 11-17, of all abilities welcome.