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Create a reusable gingerbread activity with this homemade, no-cook playdough! We'll walk you through how to make this scented playdough with some simple pantry ingredients. Supplies 1 cup of flour 1/2 cup of salt 1/2 tbsp. of ground ginger 1./2 tbsp. of ground cinnamon 1 tbsp....

  Library apps and how to use them This is the first part of a mini-series highlighting our library apps for teens. Today we'll be talking about Libby, which is the app version of Overdrive. You can find links to Overdrive and Libby on the Digital Resources...

  Looking for a great story about turtles and tortoises? Check out one of the picture books listed below! [gallery columns="4" ids="22683,22679,22685,22686"] Mossy by Jan Brett Melvin and the Boy by Lauren Castillo The Town of Turtle by Michelle Cuevas and Catia Chien Take Your Time: A Tale of Harriet, the...

To observe both the Open Door Laws regarding public meetings and to follow the Governor’s Executive Order to practice social distancing during the public health emergency, the January 19 meeting of the Plainfield-Guilford Township Public Library Board of Trustees will be held as a virtual...

Dig deeper into the canon of your favorite video games and learn how to make your own game with these titles from Teen Central's collection! You can place a hold on the books by clicking on the links to the Evergreen Catalog. YA Fiction Into the Pit...

Enjoy a wintery twist on a classic sensory bin! Materials a tray, preferably white white glitter white table salt Optional: a stick, pencil, or other writing tool Directions Mix the salt and glitter and sprinkle on the tray, covering it completely. Encourage your child to write or draw in...

Just Behave, Pablo Picasso! by Jonah Winter Pablo Picasso liked to paint whatever he wanted, no matter how weird and wacky it turned out to be! But some people thought that wasn’t right. Why couldn’t he make nice art and behave for once? They called his...

Have you ever found yourself reading the same type of book over and over again? Do you tend to read the same genre or author? If so, join our 2021 Reading Challenge today! We've put together a list of 18 prompts to push you out...

While 2020 has undoubtedly been a strange year, the Youth Services staff have found some comfort in a good book. Here are a few favorites that we’ve read this year! Check out any of the books below by clicking on the titles to place a...

The library will be closed for New Year's Eve on Thursday, December 31, and New Year's Day on Friday, January 1. We will reopen again on Saturday, January 2, 2021. Don't forget you can access all of our digital resources at plainfieldlibrary.net/digital-resources! Want to learn a...

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Due to the rise of COVID-19 cases in the county, we are currently operating on reduced hours and with limited access to the building. Click here for complete details about the services offered.  Have questions? Email us at AskUs@PlainfieldLibrary.net or call us 317-839-6602.