Latest News From The Library

You're Invited! Grand Opening March 25

Join us at the Mishawaka Libray on Saturday, March 25 for the grand opening of the Shiojiri Room.

Springtime Fun!

Spring conjures up images of tiny green sprouts, sunshine, and baby animals. At the library, spring means preparing for a new round of storytime (for ages Birth - 5) and many other fun programs. Peek at the program guide for information on the fun things happening at your library!

Battle of the Books Titles Released

Woah, 5th and 6th graders! Are you ready for the Battle of the Books on March 22? The titles are released!

Indoor Entertainment

February in northern Indiana can be very cold. After an especially snowy and cold January, cabin fever can set in, making us long for spring and the chance to get outside to stretch our legs. If your little ones are suffering from cabin fever, keep their minds busy and their bodies active with some of these ideas!

Reader's Advisory: Let Us Help You Find Your Next Favorite Book

It can be a bittersweet moment when you finish your favorite book, especially if you are not sure what to read next. But it doesn't have to be! We can help you find your next favorite book in no time!

Winter Fun

Winter in northern Indiana can be cold and snowy, but there’s still fun to be had! Inside or outside, this season offers a lot of opportunities for staying active and being creative. 

Crafting Memories

Making gifts can be a fun family activity, and can help your child experience the joy of gift giving. Homemade gifts don’t have to be expensive or complicated. Even your youngest family members can get in on the fun!

Baking Up Some Fall Fun!

Crisp fall weather conjures up images of apples and pumpkins, and the yummy desserts we can make with them! 

Being Bullied is Not Okay

It can be heartbreaking to know a child who is being bullied and feel unable to help them. Bullying is a real problem, and has the potential to ruin a child's school experience. How can you help?

The War Ink Virtual Exhibit

War Ink tells the stories of veterans through interviews and the art work of their tattoos.  Join us for a viewing of the exhibit and discussion.

MPHPL Reviews ... "The Rainbow Comes and Goes" by Anderson Cooper and Gloria Vanderbilt

A charming and intimate collection of correspondence between #1 New York Times bestselling author Anderson Cooper and his mother, Gloria Vanderbilt.

MPHPL Reviews ... "Retire Inspired" by Chris Hogan

Chris Hogan knows a thing or two about retirement – as an instructor in Dave Ramsey’s Financial Peace University and a member of the Ramsey Solutions team, he has counselled hundreds in their planning. 

MPHPL Reviews ... "The Road to Little Dribbling" by Bill Bryson

Bill Bryson, an American writer who has spent most of his adult life in Britain, covers new ground in studying for the British citizenship test.

MPHPL Reviews ... "Keep Moving" by Dick Van Dyke

Dick Van Dyke has been pleasing audiences for the past 70 years and has no intentions of stopping. 

MPHPL Reviews ... "Swiped" by Adam Levin

How safe is your personally-identifiable information?  Have you done everything you can to protect yourself from identity theft?

Lists for Book Lovers

What are you looking for in a book?  Which one should you read next?  

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