I need a good book to read….It is the most heard phrase in our Library!
The Library has lots of options to assist you in finding something to read. First and foremost, Ask a Library staff member. Our staff is ready to help you find a book to read!
Visit the Good Reads page at Book Letters to discover reviews, award winners, author information and much, much more. This service from Book Letters offers ever-changing information about new and popular material from our collection for adults, for kids, and for teens. Visit all these links often to see what is new and interesting – just for you! You also might try subscribing to a variety of e-newsletters on a vast array of topics – from business titles, to mysteries, to romance, to titles featured on the airwaves each week — there is something for everyone among these e-newsletters to keep you up-to-date and informed about books, reading, and new arrivals.
You might be interested in Shelf Reading, our weekly email book review service. Each Friday, John Welch, takes you on a journey through the library stacks. He reviews only books that are available in our library. They may be old, new, or somewhere in between; fiction, non-fiction or an interesting, eclectic mix. It’s a great way to find a good read! To sign up, simply visit the Newsletter signup page, select Shelf Reading, type in your email address and click “Subscribe.” There are many choices for e-newsletters available.
Each week the Library spotlights a collection of new books. This Weekly Booklist is updated each Monday (except for holidays). Check back each week to see what’s new at the Library!
NoveList is an online resource that helps readers find a favorite author or title and then recommends additional authors and titles that might be similar. NoveList also makes suggestions via the Library’s Catalog — search for a title, click the item, then click “Similar Titles” for suggestions.
Check back often to see what ‘s new!