Best Kids Books of 2015 – Check Them Out!

January is a big awards month for kids’ books – the new Caldecott (for best picture book) and Newbery (for best chapter book) Awards are named , among many others.  We were lucky to have Robert Zupperoli, Children’s Literature Specialist, present his list of the Best Books of 2015 for children, middle grade, and young adults at the library last […]

Civil War Letters Home to Plymouth

In 2011, library volunteer Don Dewey was asked to find what information he could about the 48 Civil War veterans who are were laid to rest in the cemetery on Burial Hill. The history of the town written by Plymouth’s great nineteenth-century historian, William T. Davis, makes mention of these men, along with the local […]

Lifelong Learning – Great Courses from Fitness to Fine Arts

  Plymouth Public Library is now offering an expanded selection of over 70 titles from The Great Courses series. Produced with the goal of creating engaging, immersive learning experiences for lifelong learners, these courses are available either in audio format on CDs or as DVDs. Subjects range from history to science, “better living”, fine arts & […]

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 […]