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The Pioneer Library System serves three counties in Oklahoma: Cleveland, McClain and Pottawatomie! If you live in Blanchard, McLoud, Moore, Newcastle, Noble, Norman, Purcell, Shawnee or Tecumseh, we’re talking about YOUR library system!
Download materials straight to your device!
Pioneer Library System offers many downloadable materials to its customers, including:
- Overdrive supplies audiobooks, eBooks and videos through the North Carolina Digital Library.
- Flipster provides hundreds of popular magazines, including Cosmopolitan, Atlantic, Bloomberg, Country Living and so many more!
Don’t miss these cool programs from the Pioneer Library System!
The Maker Mobile is a mobile maker space that contains a 3D printer and scanner, CNC milling machine, laser cutter, laptops, Wi-Fi and more! You have to register in advance to use the Maker Mobile at an event since the space is limited to twelve teams of two. For more information, please click here.
Discussion Kits include 10-12 copies of a book, a discussion guide, bookmarks, reviews, articles about the book and author information. You can keep the kit for 6 weeks! Discover what titles are available for children, teens and adults now!
Growing Like a Read (GLAR) promotes literacy in children up to age 4. Just stop by the Children’s Librarian desk at your local library and ask to enroll. While supplies last, you’ll receive a tote bag, activity log, nursery rhyme CD, PLS WORD Magazine and a stand-up book of rhymes, songs and finger plays.
Movie Boxes make library DVDs and Blu-Rays more accessible to you! The boxes are located at Moore, Norman Central, Norman West, Shawnee and Southwest Oklahoma City.
Learn something new with help from the Pioneer Library!
There are many exclusive online and on-site tools included for FREE with your Pioneer Library System card! The library pays for the subscription; all you have to do is log in with your library card credentials!
Adult learning programs like Adult Basic Literacy, English as a Second Language, New Readers Book Club and more are available at the Pioneer Library System!
Business Services are available to assist you with your business goals! Schedule a librarian-led tour of the Business Resources! The one-hour appointment can be used to help you learn more about their business development, research tools and more! The extensive library of virtual databases includes tools like BusinessDecision that can also help you.
Chilton Library has all the detailed information you need to tackle vehicle maintenance and repairs. Chilton Guides have been a staple of auto repair for ages – now you can access them all without paying for a single one!
Consumer Reports database helps you make the best purchasing decisions with thorough reviews and comparative information!
Discover your ancestry! The Pioneer Library System has many genealogy and historical tools to help you. They also have computers equipped with Ancestry.com Library Edition, which will empower you to find your ancestors with Ancestry.com’s specialized tools and databases. Other genealogy resources available FREE through the library system include Fold3, HeritageQuest and more. Not sure how to get started? Attend a workshop or ask for research help!
Learning Express Library is an interactive database that helps you study for and practice academic and licensing tests such as GED, SAT, nursing certification tests, real estate tests and more.
Mango Languages will help you learn 70+ foreign languages!
Home Delivery for the Disabled
If you are physically unable to visit your local library, Home Services will send your material to you through the mail. The books will be sent to you and you’ll have three weeks to return them. When you’re done, just send them back in the postage-paid mailing bag. To enroll, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 405.801.4593!