September Newsletter

Life gets better at the library

Kids get a jump start on school projects with Biblioboard

Kids both young and old will enjoy the convenience of Biblioboard Core Modules. Modules are biographies and histories about true stuff from reliable resources. They can be used for research and citation for school projects. You can access these module from the comfort of your home, or on your mobile device, by registering for this P&PL service with your card number. There's plenty for grown-up history and non-fiction lovers too. Click on the button below to explore.

...With the Fall Adult Reading Program

We're getting ready to start our adult reading program October 1st. Adults can visit any of our four branches to sign up and participate. Get a prize for completion of your choice. Options include a blender bottle or an insulated lunch bag. All you have to do is read one book. However, those who choose to read more will get an entry, per book, for our Starbucks gift basket drawing. The more you read, the better your chances. More details will be coming soon at pplibraries.org.


Published and Aspiring Writers Needed

The Elizabeth and Simla branches of P&PL will host programs in celebration of national Indie Author Day on October 8th. Each branch plans on highlighting local authors and discussing the finer points of publishing through our new Self-E publishing service. Inquire at your library for more details.


Check Out as Many Comics as You Want...

...as many times as you want with the P&PL ComicsPlus service. Over 16,000 comics are immediately available for download to your computer or mobile device. All you need is a P&PL library card to sign up.


Need Help Finding Something to Read or Watch?

Check out our growing list of lists for read-a-likes and watch-a-likes in our PIKA Catalog by clicking here.