22 Apr, 2024

Something About Libby: Audiobook Speed

Have you tried audiobooks? Not sure they’re your ~speed~? We have a tip for you! When you’re using the Libby app, which is available for you with your Plano Public Library card, you have access to thousands of audiobooks. Browse the collection, borrow and you’re reading in minutes! When you listen to an audiobook on […]

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Something About Libby: Recently Added

We’re constantly adding new books and magazines to the digital library collection on Libby. Have you checked the recent additions? We have a section for Just Added, making it easy to see the latest reads. Be sure to check the filter options to include or exclude formats, in case you’re only interested in magazines, eBooks […]

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Plano Reads: Writers on Writing

In recognition of November’s National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo), we offer these books on writing and the writing process. “National Novel Writing Month began in 1999 as a daunting but straightforward challenge: to write 50,000 words of a novel in thirty days. Now, each year on November 1, hundreds of thousands of people around the […]

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Teen Street Team Reads & Reviews: Radha and Jai’s Recipe for Romance

Teen Street Team member Shubhi submitted this review for Radha and Jai’s Recipe for Romance by Nisha Sharma. Radha knows what she wants. She has worked her way up to becoming a top-class Kathak dancer, and is sure that is what she wants to do in her life. Or is it? When an unexpected turn […]

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Plano Reads: Horrifying Halloween!

Scary October has arrived! Thrills and chills await adult readers who try one of these titles, suited to this spooky season of the year… Phantoms in Fiction Bird Box by Josh Malerman – Something is out there… something terrifying that must not be seen. One glimpse and a person is driven to deadly violence. No one knows […]

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Plano Reads: Novels for a New School Year

As a new school year gets underway, consider trying one of these titles. All are fiction favorites and campus classics! Commencement by J. Courtney Sullivan – Four very different first-year students—Celia, Bree, Sally, and April—are assigned to the same Smith College dorm, and together they experience the challenges of academic life and early adulthood. Four years […]

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