Best Kids Books of 2018

Robert Zupperoli, Children’s Literature Specialist, gave his annual presentation of the Best Books of the Year for children here at the library on November 24th. If you missed his talk, you can still see what his recommendations were. For anyone who buys books for children (parents and grandparents, teachers, librarians), this is a great resource! […]

Never Miss a Plymouth Event!

We are excited to announce a great service that will allow you to easily keep track of everything going on in Plymouth! Burbio.com is a FREE website and app that puts library, school, and other local events all in one calendar. You can create a personalized event feed and even sync events to your Google or iPhone calendars!  You’ll also receive important notifications when […]

Story Book Breakfast 2018 – Thank You For A Fabulous Turnout!

Thank you to everyone who helped make Storybook Breakfast this year such a huge success! Photos of the event are now available to view in the library’s Flickr account.You can download any photos. Select the image you would like and then click the white arrow in the bottom right of the screen. You will then […]

Come Play Chess At the Library

On Tuesday evenings from 6 to 8 PM, we welcome chess players of all levels who would like to join the Plymouth Public Library Chess Club to join us at the Library. A few key features are are very important:  The program is open to adults and students.  Students under the age of 12 need […]

Shop at the Library

Have you visited our Gently Used Bookstore? To the right just off of the lobby at the Main Library, the Plymouth Public Library Corporation manages a space where you can find books, paperbacks, CDs, and DVDs at prices which are hard to complain about (ranging from $.50 to $2.00). Proceeds benefit all library patrons, helping us […]

Don’t forget your Library Card!

Starting in September, we will be requiring you to present your library card in order to check out items from the library. This is to help protect your private information, to prevent the misuse of cards, and to comply with new library policy regulations. We know that it can be a hassle to bring your […]