Mt. Pleasant
Neighborhood Library

Japan in a Suitcase

Japan in a Suitcase packs a little bit of Japan in a suitcase and brings it to area children. This interactive program promotes understanding of Japan and Japanese culture to school children through hands-on activities, games and demonstrations. Please join us on Wednesday, June 19 at 4 p.m. in the children's room. For ages 8 and up. 

Don't Read That Book!

Celebrate Banned Books Week in a fun way

What do Harry Potter,

National Novel Writing Month

Keep Calm and Write On!

Have you started your great masterpiece for National Novel Writing Month?Here are five tips from the National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWrMo) Blog

Reader's Theatre

Featuring "The Gruffalo"

Calling all readers!Please join us in the Children's Room on Monday, May 19 at 4 p.m. for Reader's Theatre.

Do They Hear You Scream in Space?

Sandra Bullock is alone in space.  Will she make it back to Earth?  Come see on May 24 at 2 p.m.

Mother's Day Flowers

Spend the Afternoon with Mom at the Library!

Grow a garden of love this Mother's Day.  Join us for a garden-craft edition of our Family Funday Sunday program in the children's room.  We will read aloud a favorite book about mom, decorate a flower pot, and plant a beautiful flower!

Reader's Theatre

Featuring "Horace and Morris Join the Chorus (but what about Dolores)"

Calling all readers!

Bike to the Library Family Story Time

Celebrate National Bike Month!

The Mount Pleasant Library and City Bikes

Author Talk : L. Peat O'Neil

Author, traveler, and adventurer L. Peat O’Neil will discuss her book, Pyrenees Pilgrimage: Walking Across France, about her solo walk from the Atlantic Ocean to the Mediterranean Sea through the Pyrenees.

Book Club in May

'Five Days at Memorial: Life and Death in A Storm-Ravaged Hospital'

As the rising waters, stifling heat, and power failures caused by Hurricane Katrina reached their greatest impact, staff at Memorial Medical Center had to make difficult triage decisions, including designating patients as last to be rescued.