Fall is upon us and their is plenty going on at the Mooresville Public Library. The teen department has re-opened its in-person volunteer program, Teens Give Back. We will continue to offer virtual volunteer hours as well. Further information for teens interested in volunteering for the library can be found on our teen page Here.
In commemoration of the 20th anniversary of the attacks of September 11, 2001, MPL has set up displays and information throughout the library. This includes hosting a poster exhibit entitled, "September 11, 2001: The Day That Changed the World" throughout the main floor. The poster exhibition was developed by the 9/11 Memorial & Museum and has been made possible in part by the National Endowment for the Humanities. To learn more, visit the 9/11 Memorial website: https://www.911memorial.org/20th-anniversary
Please let me know if there is anything I can do to be of service to you, your students, or their families and I hope you have a wonderful school year.
Students can access MPL's print and digital resources using their MAAC cards and student ID's. Our library is a municipal library separate from the Iredell County Library system.
Did You Know...
Students can print up to 10 pages daily of school related
materials for free!
Upcoming Events for Teens
To see all of our great programs and events for all ages,
Starting in September, join the Mooresville Public Library on the second Thursday of each month at 6:30pm to 7:30pm in the Selma Burke Room for our CourageousConversationsseries. This month we will discuss what diversity and inclusion means to you and how to find resources within our community. Questions? Call Megan Mosher @ 704-664-2927 or email email@example.com to receive the online meeting code
Sept.18 @ 3pm
Join other teen cosplay fans who want to make items, explore, and learn about cosplay. Program is held in-person at the library in the Selma Burke Room. Questions? Contact Megan Mosher at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sept.11 & 25
Meet up and partner with others to play chess. *It is not required to bring your own board & pieces, however it is encouraged as the library has a limited number.
New YA Books
The Perfect Place to Die
by Bryce Moore
When her younger sister, Ruby, travels to Chicago during the World's Fair and disappears, Zuretta leaves Utah to find her. But 1890s Chicago is more dangerous and chaotic than she imagined. She learns of her sister's last place of employment: a mysterious hotel known as The Castle. Zuretta takes a job, and soon realizes the hotel isn't what it seems. Women disappear at an alarming rate, she hears crying from the walls, and terrifying whispers follow her at night. Zuretta is up against one of the most infamous mass murderers in American history-- and his custom-built death trap
My Hero Academia:28
*Previous volumes are also available.
by Kohei Horikoshi
The all-out war against the paranormal Liberation Front continues at the hospital and the mountain villa! Mirko desperately battles High-Ends in order to reach Tomura's stasis tank, knowing exactly how much is at stake if she fails. At the PLF hideout, Dabi is determined to roast Hawks, but Tokoyami isn't about to let his mentor fall. Meanwhile, while helping to evacuate the city, Midoriya senses an ominous presence in the hospital ... With things going from bad to worse, and the heroes' forces battered and stretched thin, Midyoriya realizes the time has come for him to join the fight, even if it may be his last.
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E-Resource of the Month: MPL Local History and Archives
Mooresville Public Library's Local History and Archives provides a variety of in-person and online collections that explore the history of businesses, families, and Mooresville through the grouping of related materials detailing special areas or events in the history of Mooresville. See what they have to offer here: https://www.mooresvillenc.gov/683/Local-History-and-Archives
Questions? Call the library and ask for Andy or Sara at 704-664-2927.
Have questions or suggestions?Please email Megan Mosher at email@example.com or call 704-799-4161