COVID-19 Update - Stay Connected
Due to the COVID-19 outbreak and the need for social distancing, the City of Livonia has closed the Livonia Public Libraries through Monday, April 13. The City of Livonia is extending the original closure date through April 13 in accordance with Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s  Executive Order 2020-20 (COVID-19) . There will be NO FINES for anything you have currently checked out so there is no need to return anything until we reopen.

To help you stay connected, we have compiled a list of resources that are free and available to use during our closure. You can find this list, and the latest updates, on our website. We are still available if you have any questions or issues. You can contact us Monday-Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at (734) 466-2675 or .

Access the Library Anytime
Access full text eBooks, audiobooks, magazines, movies, and more from your computer, phone, tablet, or other portable device. During our closure, our patron Hoopla checkout limit has been increased to 10 items per month. Additionally, TumbleBooks is offering FREE access to their databases until Aug 31, 2020.

Be sure to visit our downloads page for a full list of our downloadable services! 
Homeschooling Resources
Looking for ideas to keep kids reading, thinking, and growing while schools are closed? Try some of these free resources , including kid-friendly livestreams, day-by-day learning activities, virtual museum tours, and online scavenger hunts.

And we’ve all been missing the library scavenger hunts, so we created an outdoor one for you to enjoy! Grab your kids, get out in the sun, and see how many of the items you can find on our outdoor scavenger hunt
Do you have time to learn a new language with Transparent Language Online? Or to take a course on Universal Class? C hoose a topic from DIY to Psychology, Self-Help to Writing Skills, and beyond. Would you like to try a science project with your kids? Try one of the projects in World Book Kids.

Visit the eResources section of our webpage for a full list of options and even more ideas!

You can also discover some "ideas worth spreading" on our TEDxLivoniaCCLibrary playlist .
100 Book Club
Do you find yourself reading a bit more than usual these days? Track your reading with the Livonia Public Library's 100 Book Club and win prizes along the way! Log any books you have read this calendar year and keep logging through December 31!

1000 Books Before Kindergarten
Are you keeping track of all the books you are reading with your preschooler? Make sure to bring in your completed logs when the library reopens!

Ancestry Library Edition has expanded library subscriber access. You can now access  Ancestry Library Edition from home until April 30, 2020.
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