Have you used Udemy? You get access to this online learning platform with your Plano Public Library card! PPL has dozens of online learning databases you can use with your library card, and Udemy is one of them. Use this link to go directly to the login page for Udemy.
Mystery Book Club’s pick for March is Blackwater Falls by Ausma Zehanat Khan. Please join us for our discussion on Thursday, March 21 at 7 p.m. at Davis Library or through Zoom. If you would like to attend the meeting virtually, please register here. Available in Print | eBook | eAudio From critically acclaimed author […]
Second Tuesday Book Club will meet in person from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Tuesday, March 12, in the program room at Schimelpfenig Library, to discuss our third book of 2024, The Extraordinary Life of an Ordinary Man, by Paul Newman. Kirkus Reviews describes the posthumously published memoir by the Hollywood icon, racecar driver […]
It’s your lucky day when you take a chance on these audiobooks about luck, chance and fate. This is just a sample of the audiobooks in our collection, and you can visit a library location for assistance in finding personalized recommendations.
Our first Digital Creation Space (DCS) opened at Haggard Library in 2014 with classes to learn about photo, audio and video editing. Over the past ten years, we have expanded this service to three locations: Haggard, Harrington and Parr libraries. Each DCS has computers with digital creation software, such as Adobe Creative Cloud and Unity, […]
This is a guest post from Les Murray, a NASA Solar System Ambassador (SSA). For most of human history eclipses have been a source of wonder, fear and seen as signs from the gods. The earliest record of an eclipse can be seen in a stone petroglyph which was carved in 3340 BCE in County […]
Intriguing memoirs and the debut of a new detective mark this month’s Plano Public Library book club picks. Choose from one of these March selections or come and share your own recent reads. Check out (or download) this month’s books and get ready to read and discuss online or in-person. See all 2024 book club […]
Check out the 2024 Texas Lone Star reading list, developed by the Texas Library Association to encourage students in grades 6, 7, and 8 to explore a variety of current books. Plano Public Library has all 30 Lone Star books available for checkout, and you can visit a library location for information on Texas Library Association reading lists […]
Harness the Wind: Clean Energy meets on Tuesday, February 20 at 2 pm at Haggard Library. This is for all ages. During this workshop, you will learn about how wind can be a source of energy and about clean energy production for the future. Enjoy hands-on activities to practice problem-solving and creativity. The Wind Energy […]