Welcome to the Leland Township Library, Leland Michigan.
The Leland Township Library has books, digital media and more on the river in Leland, Michigan. Our hours are Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 10:00-5:00, Wednesday 10:00-6:00 and Saturday 10:00-2:00. E-book downloads, inter-library loans and on-line catalog all via our website.
Online Catalog Search
Click on the blue box below to search our catalog online, make reserves, and see what you have currently checked out. If you have not already done so you will need to create an account by clicking on "login" in the upper right and then clicking on "create a new account" on the login screen.
If you can't find what you want in OUR catalog (link above), go to MEL.org and search from over 9 million items at libraries around the State. Click here for instructions on how to request books from MEL.org.
Computer Workshop on Downloading e-Books and Other Content at 1:30pm April 6th
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The Pronunciator Language Learning Program is Here!
If you have ever wanted to learn a new language, this is your chance and at no cost to you! We now subscribe to Pronunciator which has learning software for over 80 languages. There are several levels available, from in depth learning so you can speak like a native, to phrases you will want to know if you are just visiting a country. There are many ways to learn, from flashcards, quizzes, even voice feed back to check your pronunciation (computer microphone required) and more. Just click on the Pronunciator logo below and you will be taken to the Pronunciator website, then put in your Leland Library card number under the "First Time Here" box on the right and you will be logged into the site so you can start learning right away. Don't have a library card? You can apply for one at the bottom of this page or you can stop into the library and say Kon'nichiwa!
Free Tax Preparation
Free tax help is available at this website: myfreetaxes.com. Assistance with filling out your taxes is also available through the library again this year. To set up an appointment contact the library and we will pass the information to the person who does the assisting and they will contact you to set up an appointment.
Wigglers Stories and More
Leland Township Library is excited to announce that fall programming will include a “new look” for wigglers (preschool to age 6). Wigglers’ Stories and More will be offered by Laurie Lisuk beginning Tuesday, October 21 at 10:00 a.m. Laurie was the summer program reader this year and was very well received for her enthusiasm, energy, and emphasis on literature, art, and literacy.Subjects for upcoming programs will include: APPLES, Halloween themes, and seasonal animal behaviors.“We are hopeful that with the Tuesday timeframe and the opportunity to engage children through the special talents of Laurie Lisuk, our numbers will grow as the word gets out,” said Donna Stowe, assistant librarian. “Our goal is to have the best storytime in the state.”For those young families who want to include playtime with other children in addition to the stories, our Munnecke room will be available rain, shine, or snowflake. The Friends of the Library have purchased play items and educational toys for “Tumble Time” use.
More Good News for Leland Township Library’s Children
Leland Township Library has formed two new partnerships that will expand services to young families and coordinate efforts to reach out and offer teaching and learning opportunities to children and a chance for parents and their children to meet each other.
Leland Coordinator Patti Yearn from Parenting Communities of Leelanau County has teamed up with the library’s Donna Stowe and Sylvia Merz to coordinate programming with the Wigglers’ Stories and More children’s hour on Tuesdays offered by Laurie Lisuk.
Information about Parenting Communities can be found under Programs at www.leelanauchildrenscenter.org or on Facebook under Parenting Communities Leelanau.
The second partnership is with Great Start to Quality Northwest Resource Center. Through this partnership, the library is able to offer CARES backpacks. CARES (Children Acquiring Rich Experiences and Skills) is a research–based early childhood program for children from birth through 5 years of age that can be used at home, childcare, and/or school. CARES backpacks have toys which target 24 skills ranging over topics such as being active, feelings, language, reading, and math.
In each backpack there is a bright, thought-inspiring toy, which allows children to express a natural curiosity, creativity, and a personal connection to learning. These fun backpacks also include an easy-to-use reference booklet to inform parents and teachers about what children learn at each developmental stage and how to support these stages through play.
Michigan Secretary of State
Click on the icon below to be taken to the Michigan Secretary of State website where you can do most things you would normally do at the Secretary of State Office.
MeL Michigana is a carefully selected set of resources that are all-Michigan, all-local, all-the-time. There are hundreds of vetted and described web resources in a wide variety of categories including Arts & Architecture, Associations and Organizations, Business, History, Industry, Maps & Atlases, Military, Museum, Nautical and more. Click the link below to be taken to the website.
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E-books, and More Through OverDrive.
Download E-books, audiobooks, videos, and more to your home computer for enjoyment, or transfer them to a portable device (eReader, Nook, mp3 player, etc.). Click on the "Download / OverDrive" icon below to begin.
Learn how to download Library books for your e-reader by clicking on the links below.
Kids e-Reading Room now available on Overdrive
Click on the icon below to be directed to the special area for kids on the Up North Digital Collection e-Book website.
Sign Up for a Library Card
You can now sign up for a library card from here on the website! Click on the link below, fill out the form, submit it and we will send you a card or have it waiting for you at the library to pick up.
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