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What does the LeGrand Pioneer Heritage Library have for Kids?


Free WiFi, bring laptop and do homework here.

No laptop? Use our internet access computers

Use our online databases to help with homework

Over 5,000 materials for children including nonfiction, reference, chapter books, beginning readers, junior fiction and easy readers


Done with homework, now what?

Early Out Tuesday Movies

Create a masterpiece with our Legos

Have a Connect 4 Tournament

Lots of other board games including “Hedbanz”, “King of Tokyo”, “Brainquest”, “Facts in Five”, “Scattergories”, “Sum Swamp” and “Apples to Apples”

Crafts and coloring pages

And of course lots of new books!


Library Hours: Sunday 3-6, Tuesday 10-8,

Wednesday 9-12 & 5-8, Thursday 10-5

The State Library of Iowa has announced that the LeGrand Pioneer Heritage Library has once again met the conditions for state accreditation as outlined in “In Service to Iowa: Public Library Standards Sixth Edition.”


Achieving accreditation requires a significant, ongoing local commitment to high quality library services. The Pioneer Heritage Library has been recognized for its efforts in all areas of library operations including governance and funding, staffing, library collection, services, public relations, access, and facilities. The accreditation is valid through June 30, 2020.

“The director and board of trustees of the Pioneer Heritage Library and the city of LeGrand are to be commended for this achievement and their commitment to excellence in public library services for their community,” said State Librarian Michael Scott.

Of Iowa’s 544 public libraries, 349 – including the Pioneer Heritage Library – are accredited. Iowa’s accredited public libraries are recognized for being responsive to their communities and for exhibiting excellence in their provision of library services. More than two-thirds of all Iowans have active public library cards. Iowa libraries play key roles in workforce and economic development, lifelong learning and e-government activities. Iowans use their libraries to find jobs, do homework, locate a good book to read, research medical conditions, access government information, and more.


Accredited libraries receive a higher rate of compensation through the State Library’s Enrich Iowa program. They also receive a Certificate of Accreditation signed by Governor Terry Branstad, Lieutenant Governor Kim Reynolds, State Librarian Michael Scott, and Iowa Commission of Libraries Chairperson Dale Vande Haar.




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