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Teen Services

Young adults are valued by our library. Whether you use the library to hang out, study, find new books, or attend events, Plymouth District Library is here to support you.

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Get personal book Recommendations

Fill out a survey and get a list of books curated especially for you.

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Get ready to prep for your Michigan car, motorcycle, and/or CDL exam. Use practice tests, study guides and more.

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Library cards are available to everyone who lives or goes to school in Plymouth.

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Learn more about checking out eBooks, eAudiobooks, music, movies, and more.

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Upcoming Events

(Postponed)Human Library: Unjudge Someone
Sat May 18 @ 11:00 AM

Revolutionize Your Ramen
Sat May 18 @ 01:00 PM

NHS Tutoring
Sat May 18 @ 01:00 PM

Teen Volunteer Shelf Reading Training
Mon May 20 @ 07:00 PM


  • Introducing Bella!

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

  • Games, Gaming and the Communities they Build

    Do you like role-playing games (RPGs) such as Dungeons & Dragons or board games? Trivia Nights or Chess? What about online gaming? They all have unique experiences and characteristics that make them fun. PDL provides access to many gaming resources, from video game consoles to board games and RPGs, aiming to attract diverse groups to… Read more…

  • Sexual Assault Awareness Month Book List

    Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) is an annual campaign in April to raise public awareness about sexual assault and to educate communities and individuals on sexual violence prevention. Check out these titles to learn more, or stop by the library for more information. Read more…

Teen Volunteers

Get involved in the community while gaining valuable job skills and mentorship. Our teen volunteers support the library by shelving materials, planning programs, and more. Contact our teen librarians with any questions.