The Faygo Book Presented by Author Joe Grimm: September 11th at 6:30 pm
The Faygo Book is the social history of a company that has forged a bond with a city and its residents for more than a century. The story of Faygo, Detroit’s beloved soda pop, begins over a hundred years ago with two Russian immigrant brothers who were looking to get out of the baking business. Author Joe Grimm mixes the ingredients of a successful beverage company confected in dicey times in a boom-and-bust town. The Faygo Book is the story of a pop, a people, and a place. These stories and facts will tickle the taste buds and memories of Detroiters and Faygo lovers everywhere. The Faygo Book is a 2019 Michigan Notable Book. There WILL be a pop quiz. 

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Beanstack is an online portal that provides free personalized recommendations to your children.  This online service is free to Milford Public Library cardholders.  Patrons can sign up here and use Beanstack from their home computer, mobile devices, or in the library.  Beanstack is an innovative new way to connect children and their families with books and educational apps that match each child's interests, age, and reading level.

Every week, a book in the library’s collection will be suggested specifically for each registered child based on the information customers provide in their online profile. Recommendations are sent by email and are also available via an online profile that families can access anytime. In addition, each recommendation is accompanied by a learning guide containing helpful tips, background information, and activities to encourage engagement and critical thinking.

With Beanstack you can also participate in our 1000 Books Before Kindergarten program. Simply enroll your child(ren) as readers and start logging titles. Badges will be awarded at set levels and you will receiving notifications of when you reach prize levels. We will also be running several reading challenges throughout the year so keep an eye out for those too.

Click here to join in the fun.

Fall Book Discussion-Planes, Trains & Automobiles Begins September 9th

The Milford Public Library’s Fall 2019 book discussions will be two fiction tales and a travelogue.  Meetings are in the Community Room from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. on the second Monday of September, October, and November of 2019. Registration for this series begins on Monday, July 29, 2019. To register for one or more discussions:

  • Fill out the registration form and hand it in at the Adult Reference desk or mail it to the library
  • Call the Adult Services department at 248-684-0845, option 3

Note: Books and/or books-on-CD can be reserved for participants but are subject to availability.

In the Unlikely Event by Judy Blume, Monday, September 9, 2019

The Railwayman’s Wife by Ashley Hay, Monday, October 14, 2019

The Lost Continent, Travels in Small Town Americaby Bill Bryson Monday, November 11, 2019

Hoopla: Introducing our Newest Digital Streaming Service! Available Now


What is hoopla?

Hoopla is a digital media service that enables you to borrow a great selection of eBooks, audiobooks, movies, television shows, and music albums via your browser, smartphone or tablet (iOS 6 and via select Android devices).

  • Easy-to-use
  • No waiting to borrow
  • Automatic returns

How long do I keep what I’ve checked out? 

  • TV content = 3 days
  • Movies=3 days
  • Music albums = 7 days
  • Audiobooks = 21 days
  • eBooks = 21 days

How many items can I check out?  You are allowed 3 items per month.

Television series count each episode as one item.  When you check out music, one album counts as one check out.

Do I need to be connected to the internet?

Yes, to access hoopla and to stream the content over Wi-Fi, 3G and/or 4G (if it is available in your area) you must be connected to the internet. Some content can be downloaded through the app to access if you are offline.

How can I view My Titles after I borrow them?

To view your borrowed titles click on My Titles in the top navigation bar.

What do I need to register?

You will need a valid email address, your library card number and your pin.

Can I use Hoopla on a mobile device?

Yes, you will need to download the Hoopla app from your app store..

Need further help?

Visit the Hoopla Help page.

Hoopla in the iTunes App StoreHoopla in the Google play Store Hoopla in the Kindle Fire Store

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