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  In the first installment of the Artemis Fowl series, written by Eoin Colfer, we meet a 12-year-old criminal mastermind named Artemis, who wants nothing more than to restore his family’s fortune. He is the sole head of the Fowl empire, which was passed down to...

The Evergreen Indiana Library Consortium is pleased to announce the launch of a community-wide online book club. Patrons of Evergreen Indiana libraries will connect with other library patrons and community members through the enjoyment of reading and discussing great books. Book club members vote on the...

  Are you looking for ways to support your child’s growing literacy skills? Try some of these family literacy activities! Don’t be afraid to think outside the box: children learn in many different ways and everyday experiences can be great enrichment tools. Here are a few...

Help stock Plainfield's Little Free Pantries this Holiday season! Food for Fines is an initiative to help cardholders pay off their fines while also giving back to the community. How it works: From Sunday, November 1 to Monday, November 30, you can pay off your overdue fines...

If your little one likes small thrills and gentle chills, these picture books from PGTPL will be the perfect treat this Halloween! Come in today to check them out, or place them on hold through Evergreen by clicking on the titles below. Ed Emberley’s classic, Go...

It’s the dead of October, and for many of us, that means that the time has never been better to curl up and watch some scary movies. Rotten Tomatoes has recently updated their list of the 200 best horror movies ever, and we think that...

Fall is a great time to get outside with your child! Going for a walk and interacting with nature can give you a chance to explore and ask questions together without having to rush. Here are a few ideas for activities to try on your...

This year, Trick-or-Treat on Simmons Street will look a little different for many due to the Covid-19 pandemic. For the past decade PGTPL has hosted a community-wide event in partnership with several community organizations and businesses. This year we are excited to provide a different...

As the weather gets cooler and the trees blaze with autumn colors, check out these fables and folktales that celebrate the changing of the seasons! You can put these titles on hold through by following the links below, or searching in PGTPL's library app! Thirteen Moons...

The library will be closed on Monday, October 12, for staff training. Please come see us on Tuesday, October 13, when we open again at 9a!...

Due to the rise of COVID-19 cases in the county, beginning Monday, November 30, we will operate 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.