What to Read Next
Finding the next book to read can be a challenge. We have a number of sources to help you find the type of material you are looking for whether it is the next in a series, crime fiction, best-sellers, or topics in the news.
NoveList Plus - Get help finding new authors and titles for both fiction and nonfiction
Goodreads - See what your friends are reading, keep track of what you've read and what you'd like to read, get great book recommendations from people you know, form a book club, answer book trivia, and collect your favorite quotes.
e-newsletter -- Receive our weekly newsletter full of great reading ideas to match your interests directly to your email in-box.
Library Reads – The top ten books published this month that librarians across the country love.
New Fiction – Our monthly list of new fiction titles.
New Nonfiction – Our monthly list of new nonfiction titles.
What's Next (Formerly Future Best Sellers) - Our monthly staff-compiled list of upcoming best sellers.
Blogs - Most people who work in the Library do so because they like to read. Find out what our staff are reading and recommending.
LibraryThing - Join what claims to be the world’s largest book club, catalog your books from Amazon, the Library of Congress, and 690 other world libraries, and find people with eerily similar tastes.
Reading Levels - While it is most important to select books that your child enjoys to develop a love of reading, learning and libraries, the library system has plenty to offer that is appealing to both children and their teachers. Choosing books on the right level can help boost children's confidence and reading skills. Search for books by Lexile or Guided Reading levels here!