Hours and Location
510 W. Big Beaver Rd. Troy MI 48084 - Phone 248.524.3538
Mon-Thurs 10 am - 9 pm / Sat 10 am - 5 pm / Sun 1 pm - 5 pm
The Troy Public Library will be closed on Sunday, May 26, and Monday, May 27, in observance of the Memorial Day holiday. We will reopen at 10 am, Tuesday, May 28.
We wish you a safe and pleasant holiday.
Join millions of eBook readers around the world in reading the same eBook, The Four Corners of the Sky, during the Big Library Read, May 15 to June 1. This event is sponsored by OverDrive, one of the Troy Library's vendors of downloadable ebooks for your portable device. Big Library Read is designed to demonstrate the positive exposure and sales that libraries generate for eBook authors and publishers.
The Four Corners of the Sky is master storyteller Michael Malone's novel of love, secrets, and the mysterious bonds of families. Malone brings characters to life, exploring the questions that defy easy answers: Is love a choice or a calling? Why do the ties of family bind so tightly? And is forgiveness a gift to others…or a gift we give ourselves?
This book will be available 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Log into the Library's ebook site, download Four Corners today, and be a part of a global book club.
For more information on how to download free ebooks, audiobooks, and music from the Troy Library, visit http://troylibrary.info/downloadable.
Celebrate Short Story Month with a story collection from the Troy Public Library. We have a large selection in many genres, including romance, mystery, thrillers, classics and more. See some of our new additions.
Summer is here and many of you would you like to listen to books on the road, in the garden, or at the beach on your portable device. You can listen to short story audiobooks on CD while you're in the car. We also have good collection of short stories in downloadable ebooks and audiobooks for outdoor lovers and people on the go.
Thursday, May 23, 7 pm, Common Mistakes in Estate Planning with Ken Bloom
Thursday, May 30, 7 pm, Strategies to Ensure You Do Not Outlive Your Retirement Portfolio with Rick Bloom
Register by clicking on the date above. Registration is limited so act today.
The 2013 Pulitzer Prize Winners for fiction and nonfiction were recently announced. Adam Johnson received the Fiction award for The Orphans Master's Son, the story of a young man's journey into the depths of totalitarian North Korea. The General Nonfiction winner was Gilbert King, for Devil in the Grove: Thurgood Marshall, the Groveland Boys, and the Dawn of a New Era, the story of four black men falsely accused of rape and their defense by a young Thurgood Marshall in Florida, circa 1949.
Tom Reiss captured the Biography award for The Black Count: Glory, Revolution, Betrayal, and the Real Count of Monte Cristo, the true story of the real Count of Monte Cristo and his swashbuckling adventures. Fredrik Logevall took the History prize for Embers of War: the Fall of an Empire and the Making of America's Vietnam, which examines the end of French rule in Vietnam and the beginning of American involvement in the war.
Get to know famous artists such as Georgia O'Keeffe, Pablo Picasso, Mary Cassatt, Claude Monet, Norman Rockwell and more. Through stories, authors and illustrators of picture books will introduce you to artists and reveal what inspired the artist to produce such famous works of art.
Check Troy Public Library's collection for a selection of these engaging, yet humorous stories.