• Discount coupon books now for sale! Buy yours today at the Check-Out Desk for $30, receive $500 + worth of savings!

  • We’re in the process of testing out a new catalog. Take a sneak peek here.

  • Celebrate National Library week by joining us on Tuesday, 4/15 at 7pm to hear author Bonnie Virag talk about her book The Stovepipe. Register
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  • The Library will be closed on Saturday, April 19 and Sunday April 20 for the Easter holiday.

  •  Entrepreneurship Links to Business Start-up Sources

  • In honor of National Library Week and to promote this year’s theme, "Lives change @ your library," we've put together a video sharing how our residents' lives have been impacted from the Novi Library.

  • Are you interested in being a Student Representative for the Library Board?   Youth Council Application Boards & Commissions Application (deadline Friday, 4/25)

  • The Historical Commission Meeting originally scheduled for Wednesday, 4/23 has been rescheduled to Wednesday, 4/16.

  • Join us on Wednesday, 4/23, for The PLAY Project: Case Studies With Dr. Rick. Solomon. Play and Language for Autistic Youngsters, (PLAY) will be explained by creator, Dr. Rick Solomon. We invite you to learn and experience what has changed the lives of so many parents and children. Register

  • Ara Topouzian, local Armenian musician, will give a presentation on Monday, 4/28 at 7pm about the history of Armenian music and the musicians that performed in Detroit from the early 1920s through the late 1960s. Don’t miss this wonderful and informative program! Register

  • Visit the Local History Room on Sunday, 5/4 from 2-5pm and donate your old photos, school yearbooks, letters, or any other documents pertaining to the history of Novi! There will be someone on hand to scan your documents if you would like to take them back home with you. Local History Room tours will also be available!

  • The Friends of the Novi Public Library, in conjunction with the Friends of the Plymouth, Canton and Northville Libraries, will hold their 28th Annual Book & Author Luncheon at Fox Hills Golf & Banquet Center on Thursday, 5/8 at 11:30am. Special guest and Michigan true crime author Mardi Jo Link will be this year’s speaker. Books written by Mardi Jo Link are Bootstrapper, Isadore's Secret, and When Evil Came to Good Hart. Tickets are $25 and are on sale now.  Luncheon Reservation Form

  • A lot has happened at the Library in the past year.  Click here to view statistics, our accomplishments and awards.

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Novels in Verse book display
Come celebrate National Poetry Month by taking a look at our latest display "Young Adult Novels-In-Verse."
Ancient Civilization book display
Have the mysteries of the Great Wall of China, the Egyptian Pyramids, or other Ancient Civilizations intrigued you? Search our Youth Featured Collection for the month of April to reveal their secrets and more.