Library

We will be reading "Nickel and Dimed: On (Not) Getting By in America" by Barbara Ehrenreich for our September Book Discussion. Pick up you copy at the library and join the discussion on our Facebook

"Nickel and Dimed: on (not) Getting By in America"

On September 19th, the B.E.S.T. Bus will be heading to Moline, IL for a 4-hour cruise on aboard the Celebration Belle!

Celebration Belle Crusing the Mississippi River - Moline, IL

Family Movie Night is back on Thursday, September 19th! We will be watching Detective Pikachu this month. Click the photo below to watch the preview!

Detective Pikachu

Join us for STEM as we learn about science, technology, electronics, and mathematics on September 23rd!

stem

Mission

The Pleasant Hill Public Library serves residents of Pleasant Hill and the surrounding area. The mission of the library is to provide quality library services that meet the informational needs of all segments of the community in a welcoming, professional, and courteous manner.
   
  
Library Resources 

STEM Classes


Through November, STEM family nights are held on the fourth Monday of each month at 6 pm. The entire family is invited to attend, snacks will be provided and everyone will have the chance to participate in hands-on activities. For more information or to preregister, contact the library. Our phone number is 515-266-7815 and our e-mail address is phlib@pleasanthill.lib.ia.us.

Kanopy/Transparent Language Databases Now Available

The library is happy to now provide access to Kanopy, a collection of over 20,000 movies and documentaries. You can stream movies to your devices to enjoy. Go to our library catalog and click on the Kanopy link to check out this great new service!

Kanopy/Library Catalog

Now available as well is Transparent Language. You can receive instruction in over 100 different languages and chart your progress! Below is the link to Transparent Languages. Enjoy your learning experience!

Transparent Language

To access all of our library electronic resources, click on the Online Resources/Ebooks
link on the left.
 

Ebooks, Online Audio and Magazines


The library has access to tens of thousands of Ebooks and online audio books. Click on the Online Resources/Ebooks link for more information. 

We also have online access to seventy different magazines. Once you download magazines, they are yours to keep! Contact the library for the access code to MagNet to download magazines. Do not use your library card number. It will not allow you to set up an account!

Click on the Online Resources/Ebooks for more information on all of the resources the library has available!