Libby/Overdrive Updates Mean More Access There have been some exciting updates happening on Libby/Overdrive! Great Lakes Digital Libraries, the cooperative that provides e-books and e-audiobooks to Peter White patrons, has partnered with three other cooperatives in an agreement that allows
Tails & Tales: Summer Reading 2021 We are excited to announce our 2021 summer reading program, Tails & Tales, kicking off on Monday, June 14th, 2021. This year, there will be reading programs for Youth, Teens, and Adults. This is the first
Dolly Parton is here at PWPL. Well, she may not be here in person, but she’s here in spirit – and in our materials collection. And it’s made all of us a little brighter. Last year, during the quarantine, I
Natasha Trethewey is an American writer and two-time former US poet laureate. Trethewey will be reading from her most recent book, Memorial Drive: A Daughter’s Memoir, as well as from her collections of poetry. There will be a question-and-answer section
Do you finish reading a book and then flip back to the first page to start reading it again? Do you get so excited when the library book you’ve been waiting for comes in that you skip out of school
April 2021 Events There is no month so cruel as April, especially if you live in the Upper Peninsula. At Peter White Public Library, we are staving off the challenges of a post-pandemic spring with science and poetry. Check out
What to Read and Watch for Women’s History Month with PWPL’s Apps March is Women’s History Month, and it’s a great time to honor women across history. Like February’s Black History Month, our take on Women’s History is that it’s
Check out Staff Favorites for TV and Movies! Look for these options on our displays or ask at the circ or reference desk.
Peter White Public Library is hosting our first winter reading program: Flamingos in the Snow! Winter Reading 2021. The event will kick off on Monday, February 8th, and will wrap up on April 30th. Kids under 14 are encouraged to
Looking for a fun digital activity? Teens and tweens in grades 5-12 can participate in this fun mystery-solving event. Collaborate with libraries across the state of Michigan with a fun mystery that is as entertaining as it is educational.