Our Library Hours:

Regular Hours (September - May)
Monday-Thursday  8 a.m. - 6:30 p.m.
Friday 8 a.m.  -  3:30 p.m.

Summer Hours (June  -August )
Monday & Wednesday 10 a.m.  -  6 p.m.
Tuesday & Thursday 8 a.m. -  4 p.m. 

Story Hours

10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
Stories will be read, music enjoyed, crafts made, snacks eaten
and book check-outs.

Our Summer Story Hour Kick-off Program
will be June 12, 2024
Our Summer Story Hour Ending Program 
will be August 7, 2024 
Our Fall Story Hour will be October 19, 2024
Our Winter Story Hour will be December 9, 2023
Our Spring Story Hour will be April 27, 2024

 Great News! 
We are giving away at home COVID-19 Self-Testing Kits for free.  All you have to do is stop in and ask for them.  You may get 1 per household member daily, up to 5.  

Curbside Service

The Gladstone School and Public Library still has curbside pickup if needed.
 To reserve books you can use your library card and pin to sign in to the online catalog, send an email to [email protected], or call 428-4224 ext. 2 (leave a message if needed).  There is a 5 book max limit with no more than 2 new books. 

Upper Peninsula Digital Network 

Click Here to access information on the History of the Upper Peninsula.  Upper Peninsula Digital Network (UPLINK) is new and ever growing location for digital primary source material documenting the history of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. 

Great News our Digital Library has gotten bigger!

Great Lakes Digital Libraries patrons now have a massively expanded 
selection due to a partnership with three other library systems:
Lakeland Library Cooperative
Suburban Library Cooperative
Midwest Cooperation for Library Services
Download Destination

To learn how to access the collections, and begin borrowing 
eBooks and Audiobooks please stop by or call the library.  

Access New Digital Libraries

The video gives you instructions on how to access these collections using: 
A browser, The Libby app, or  Overdrive app (Kindle Fire users)

Great Lakes Digital Library Has Magazines Available for check Out with No Waitlist.  Check them out Here!

IRS Federal Tax Forms

All federal forms and publications can be viewed and/or downloaded here.

 Michigan Tax Forms


What does our library offer:

     The Gladstone School & Public Library is proud to serve the students and community by providing current books, magazines, and the latest in technology.  Our holdings include over 46,000 volumes, fiction and nonfiction books, books on tape/CD, a Michigan history collection, a Native American collection, DVDs, music CDs, magazine and newspaper subscriptions, and the Delta Reporter on CD. We also have free downloadable books and magazines. Services we offer are photocopying, faxing, and Internet access.  We have laptop for in house use and check out along with Wi-Fi for your device.  In addition, we offer young children's holiday, special occasion, summer reading programs and book fairs.  

Online Library Catalog - Early Learning Academy

Libby Sweet Summer

Click on the link below for free downloadable E-books & audiobooks from our library:

Great Lakes Digital Library

downloadable books

Getting Started with Libby how-to video at the Resource Center

Also you can  go to for detailed instructions for all of the functions of the app.



 Teens eReadingKids eReading

Click on link below to explore computers and devices that can be used to get your free downloadable E-books and Audiobooks. 

Device Resource Center

  Michigan eLibrary

When it asks your driver's license, please enter and you will have access to all databases without passwords. Databases that can be used from school or home with a Michigan's driver's license.

LearningExpress Library 

(Test prep & practice work for any grade)

Opposing Viewpoints in Context


Mel Kids


Auto Repair Source 

Website for Auto Repair similar to Chilton Auto Repair DYI

Great Lakes Talking Books 
Great Lakes Talking Books in Marquette is part of the National Library Service for the Blind and Print Disabled (NLS) providing a free braille and talking book library service with books and magazines available by the BARD Mobile app, or equipment and digital audio cartridges by mail. Click on link above for more information and application. 

Digital Public Libraries of America

Michigan Activity Pass (MAP)

Library patrons will use their valid library card to reserve and print their pass, either from home or at the library. 

Michigan Authors and Illustrators Database

Express SOS (State of MI Online Services)

Michigan’s Secretary of State Office has a new online service called ExpressSOS. A"Rock the Vote" program will be promoted at this website, with voter information about registration, precinct locations, sample ballots. 

Michigan Legal Help Website

The Michigan Legal Help website was created to help

people who have to handle simple civil legal problems without a lawyer.

Delta County Birth, Marriage and DeathRecords Database
Click on "Records Search" on right of screen


MedLinePlus      Encyclopedias  Newspapers

 StudentResources   Government

Teacher Resources  Reference Sites  District Page    

Alumni/Gladstone Schools  Donations

Geneology of Michigan and the Civil War 

PreK-12 Resources for Emergency Closings
As teachers, students, and families deal with school closures, PBS LearningMedia producers and educators have come together to curate a special collection of resources organized by grade and subject area. Find videos, lesson plans, and activities that support learning at home. Create a free account to save and organize content.
  Khan Academy Team As parents and teachers ourselves, the Khan Academy Team knows how concerning the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) has been for families and communities. So we want to do everything we can to support you and your family. As such, we’ve put together a series of resources to help you plan for potential school closures and student absences:



Get started with Khan Academy
If you haven’t already, follow these steps to create a Khan Academy account for your child
Learn how to start your child learning on Khan Academy
Follow your child’s progress as they learn
If you have a child ages two to seven, we recommend our free app, Khan Academy Kids
Register for our live webinar for parents (including a step-by-step walkthrough and Q&A session) next Wednesday, March 18, at 8 PM ET | 5 PM PT — and don’t worry, even if you can’t join live, we’ll send you a recording afterwards
Read our FAQ where we answer common questions we’ve heard from parents about remote learning
And tell us: What questions do you have about learning when schools are closed?

Get more tips by visiting our parent resource center. More questions? Visit our help center.



The Khan Academy team




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