Deckerville Public Library Catalog
The Deckerville Public Library Catalog is where you can explore our collection from anywhere with an internet connection. Use the search bar to search for titles, authors, series, or subjects. After your search, a bar will appear on the left allowing you to Refine Search. Don't forget to check the "What's Hot" section for our Most Popular items, What's New, and Book Lists.
Log into your account on the upper right to access additional features. You just need your library card number and your password/phone number (do not enter "810"). Once logged in, you can:
- Reserve materials
- Automatically reserve new materials from specific authors. If you don't see your favorite authors, we can add them.
- Request materials
- Renew checked out materials
- Bookmark materials to check out later
- Select what notifications you would like to receive.
Ebooks and eResources
Read eBooks or magazines and listen to audiobooks on your mobile device with the Libby app from Overdrive.
1. Download the Libby app
2. Select your Library Name
3. Enter your Library Card Number, with "p" in front (example: p1234)
4. Enter your password. This is the phone number on your library account. Do not include your area code if your number starts with (810).
Contact the library if you are having any trouble logging in. You can also view the Libby Getting Started video for more information.
Available to all Michigan residents. Your location will need to be confirmed by automatic location services, state ID number, or library card information. https://www.mel.org/az.php
Scroll down to find the following resources and more in alphabetical order:
Alt Health Watch (holistic approaches to health care)
Consumer Health Complete (traditional and holistic medical information for patients)
Health Source Consumer Edition (for patients)
Nonfiction Learning Exploration:
Academic Search Complete (peer-reviewed scholarly journal articles)
Biography Reference Center (full-text biographies)
Britannica (multiple grade levels)
Explora (multiple grade levels)
Michigan History Magazine
Middle Search Plus
PebbleGo (learning tool for grades preK-3)
School Center (for grades 4-12
World Book (Early Learning and World Book Kids)
eBooks (Academic, Business, High School, K-8, Public Library)
Newspaper Source Plus
Poetry & Short Story Reference Center
Hobbies & Crafts Reference Center
Make Way for Books App
The Make Way for Books App has plenty of fun, easy, and educational activities you can do with your child using what you already have at home. Read books in English and Spanish together directly on your phone or tablet for free — anytime, anywhere. You can download the bilingual Make Way for Books App now for free on Apple devices as well as Android devices. For more information, watch this video or video en español.
The Children's Book Council
Publisher Online Resources Looking for fun and educational resources, activities, discussion guides, teacher guides and more to share with children of all ages?
Project Gutenberg is a library of over 60,000 free eBooks. Choose among free epub and Kindle eBooks, download them or read them online.
books.google is another place to search for free eBooks
LibriVox has free public domain audiobooks read by volunteers from around the world. They are are free for anyone to listen to, on their computers, iPods or other mobile device, or to burn onto a CD.
19 Webcomics To Keep Kids and Teens Engaged Organized into Middle Grade and Young Adult, this article is a great resource for all of our comic lovers!
Free Comics, and Resources on COVID-19, in Graphic Form These comics are more focused on COVID-19 information, but also includes a great list of free comics and activities
BookPage is a discovery tool for readers, highlighting the best new books across all genres. Hard copies are available at the library. Also, check out the BookPage YouTube Channel.