Booked for the Season
Winter is here and it’s up to your beloved librarians to find you the book that will keep you up late at night, tucked in with piles of blankets and a warm comforting light by your bed. We are up to the task as we have many bookletters, booklists, databases, and two book clubs to help you read, read, read all winter long.
We have two book groups for adults: Books on the Half Shell (fiction) and the Narrative Nonfiction Book Group. Visit our Book Groups page to see what we’re currently reading, sign up for the email list, and come pick up your copy in the Reference Room.
Crushed for time? Browsing for books can be difficult if you have a demanding work week or if you find it difficult to search for books in our stacks. Book Letters are weekly booklists that you can receive by email. We have many to choose from, not limited to new audiobooks, new adult fiction, and much more. You can view them at your leisure and if you find something that speaks to you, you can visit our catalog and place a hold on it right away.
Teens: We notice what catches your eye in the YA Room. Take a look at our What Should I Read Next page.
Reader’s Toolkit: Our toolkit features the best websites and booklists out there for readers, including Stop, You’re Killing Me for mystery novel fans and Lit Lovers for readers who are interested in book discussions.
We have two great databases made especially for avid readers.
eSequels: Our eSequels database helps you find the next book in the series, as well as helping you discover new books by your interest in a particular location or subject.
Novelist Plus: Novelist is the best thing since sliced bread as far as we’re concerned. This is the place to visit if you are stumped about what to read next.
On a final note, please get in touch if you would like a reading suggestion, a booklist made just for you, or if you need any help at all finding a good book to read. We would love to help!