Find your next read

Library Reads – a new, national program

Library Reads

Check out the monthly list of great titles to read –

February 2015

March 2015

For past Library Reads titles check out our Library Reads Pinterest Board.

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Use Novelist to

  • Look for titles (in the right order!) in a fiction series
  • Look for all the titles of a favorite author
  • Find a novel on a topic or theme you enjoy.


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Online sites that help you decide what to read next.

Whichbook is a really new way of choosing what to read next.  Check it out and see if it will work for you.



Indie connects you to independent bookstores, and features wonderful lists of new fiction and nonfiction. Try the Indie Next List to find your next read.


 Book Discussion Groups @ the library and online

The Library offers several different Book Discussion Groups for all ages. 


Or – you can join a Book Discussion Group online

Online Book Club for Readers – offers a variety of books and forums for discussion.  You need to register to make full use of the club, but registration is simple and free.

The Real Simple No-Obligation Book Club – brought to you by the editors of Real Simple.  Each month the editors choose 4 titles and you get to vote on which one you would like to discuss, and the editor leads you through that discussion.