many colorful open books flying in the air

Stories & Stuff Subscription Book Box

Sign up for our subscription book service for grades 3-8! When you sign up, you will receive one highly recommended book based on your favorite topics and/or genres and…. some special gifts to keep! You are signing up for 3 months, but you are welcome to register again and again based on availability. Keep the gifts but return the book and box when you are finished….

Four children sit on clouds listening to an adult reading a book on the moon.

Virtual Family PJ Story Time

Settle the entire family in to a cozy space at home in your comfiest pajamas for this bedtime story time on Wednesday, December 6 at 7:00 p.m. Registered attendees will receive a Zoom link prior to the event. Register using our online calendar or call 248-642-5800….

Various fiber craft projects overlay a background of yellow yellow yarn.

Cozy Fiber Fun

Are you a young fiber artist age 7 and up? Are you making a gift for someone? If you are working on an existing crochet, knitting, embroidery, felting, or any other fiber project, bring it along and drop into the Story Room on Friday, November 30 from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Work on your own project while chatting with friends – and get inspired by theirs!…

Let Freedom Read written over a colorful open book. American Library Association logo in the corner.

Celebrate Let Freedom Read Week

October 1-7 2023 is Let Freedom Read Week! Celebrate intellectual freedom and the ability to read books about different types of people and places. Visit Youth Services for our display or check out some staff favorites below.

Prince & Knight

Melissa (formerly published as George)

Bone series

Bad Kitty for President

Draw Me a Star


A life-size teddy bear holding a white poster with many stickers.

Introducing the new Youth mascot…

Ted E. Bear! Thanks to everyone who voted on our new mascot’s name!

The final ranking was Ted E. Bear (143 votes), Beary (114 votes), Bearnadette (29 votes), Bearnaby (24 votes), Bearnie (23 votes), and Bearret (10 votes).

Visit Ted at Youth Services next time you’re in the library….