Come see woodworking crafts from local artisans displayed in the Williams Wing of the Library now through May 31st.
Tired of Waiting for New Releases?
The Library now rents select new bestselling books and DVDs for $2. The rental period for books is 14 days and for DVDs is 7 days.
“Freedom, Sacrifice, Memory”
The Mooresville Public Library presents the State Archives Civil War Photography Exhibit with additional artifacts and items from local sources. March 5th - 28th in the Burke Room; Hours: Mon-Thur 10-7, Fri 10-5:30, Sat 10-2:30.
eSequels is your free online guide to series fiction.
Overdrive App for Kindle Fire
For the first time, OverDrive Media Console is available to Kindle Fire users in the Amazon App Store for Android, making it easier to access eBooks and audiobooks from the library.
Overdrive App for Nook
Borrowing eBooks and audiobooks from the library just got a whole lot easier for Nook users! The OverDrive Media Console app is now available in the NOOK Apps™ storefront.
Resource Spotlight: Legal Info
Access hundreds of full-text publications and thousands of legal forms from the free Nolo database on NCLive.
Seeing History on Foot
Strap on a pair of comfortable shoes and learn a little more about your town’s past with the Mooresville Historic Walking Tour.
Take free online practices tests including GED, SAT, GRE, MCAT, GMAT, LSAT, ASVAB, and more on NCLIVE.
Cotton Ketchie Book Talk
The Mooresville Public Library will present a free book talk with local author and artist Cotton Ketchie this Thursday, February 16th at 7:00 p.m. He will discuss his latest novel "Trouble in Love Valley."
Girl Scouts Display
A collection of Girl Scouts memorabilia is on display in the old library in celebration of their 100th anniversary. The exhibit includes uniforms, t-shirts, books, badges, and camping gear that were used by Girl Scouts over the years.
Library leaps into digital reading
No longer confined by bricks and mortar, Mooresville Public Library is a gateway to the world of videos, music, audio and digital books.
Andy Poore on WFAE
Listen as Curator of Special Collections Andy Poore peels back the rich layers of Mooresville history on NPR's "Charlotte Talks."
Library going digital with Town history
Mooresville Public Library is bringing the past into the present by offering many of the oral histories, photographs, and other items within its Special Collections department available online.
Bringing People Together
"What page are you on?" Those familiar words from the "Big Read of 2009" will return when "Iredell Reads 2011" begins in October.
Free Job Market Webinar
In this interactive session, attendees will learn how to use ReferenceUSA as part of their Career Searching Strategy, including information on creating engaging cover letters, assembling a network of references and referrers, and preparing for interviews through thorough research.
Pet Food Drive
The Mooresville Public Library Youth Services Department is sponsoring a pet food drive to benefit the Humane Society of Iredell County. Please drop off unopened pet food in the bin downstairs.
NCLive needs your input in the selection process of new resources. Use the links provided to trial as many resources as you can and give feedback by May 31st.
Job and Career Accelerator
NCLive's newly updated Job and Career Accelerator features a redesigned resume builder and improved job progress tracking.
Librarian Bringing Youth to MPL
Since Nancy Handy arrived at the Mooresville Library, there has been a 50% increase in the number of children's programs scheduled.
Popular Authors Club
Request the titles you want… before you know you want them! Get placed on hold automatically for new popular fiction, Christian fiction, or vampire fiction titles!
Libraries: an essential community resource
Lake Norman Magazine blogger Kelli Robinson urges readers to check out this downtown gem.
Library has new youth services director
Nancy Handy has seen children’s programming at public libraries flourish, as more parents seek affordable alternatives to pricey daycares and preschool activities.
Library Elf is a free tracking service that will combine library records from all family members and alert you by email before your items are due or when your requested items are ready for pickup.
Youth Services Survey
Please take a moment and fill out a survey about Youth Services programs and activities.
We now offer Mango Languages for free, easy & fun foreign language learning!
Online Interlibrary Loan Form
Now you can request books that are not owned by the Mooresville Public Library from another library using our online form.
He’s Mr. Preservation
Andy Poore , curator of special collections, has spent the last five years single-handedly building a department that did not exist before he was hired.
Popular Authors Club: Vampires
Request the titles you want… before you know you want them! Sink your teeth into the newest vampire fiction by all your favorite authors!
Popular Authors Club
Request the titles you want…before you know you want them! Get placed on hold automatically for new books by James Patterson, Nora Roberts, and more!
Respect thy slithery neighbor
A few creepy, crawly friends visited the Library this month
Banned Books Week
Banned Books Week is celebrated each year to highlight the First Amendment and our freedom to read.
Library’s Popularity Increases
The Mooresville Public Library was busier this summer than in years past, following a trend of increasing annual attendance.
Mooresville History Kept Alive
Andy Poore, Curator of Special Collections at the Mooresville Public Library, works to preserve the past for the future.
Community Groups Create Reading Garden at Library
The Town of Mooresville received a $25,000 grant from Lowe’s Charitable and Educational Foundation to complete a reading gazebo on the property of the Mooresville Public Library.
Mooresville Public Library Rated #2 in the State
According to the 2010 Hennen’s American Public Library Ratings (HAPLR) Index, the Mooresville Public Library is rated second in the state for its effectiveness in serving its community.