All Booked Up is our monthly newsletter for readers just like you! Each issue includes pre publication highlights, a spotlight on a particular medium or genre, staff picks, reading challenge suggestions and more. Feel free to browse through our past issues here.
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Book Club Information
If your book club needs recommendations or more materials, the library has what you are looking for! Our Book Club Kits include ten copies of great titles and are available to check out for six weeks. Book Club Kits Flyer
If your book club knows exactly what they want to read, we can still help. We can request additional copies of books from other libraries and make them available for your club’s members. Just contact our Book Club Coordinator, Danielle Tapper and she will get you set up!
Looking to join a book club? The Monday Morning Book Group meets at the library on the fourth Monday of every month from 10:30 – 11:30 am in Meeting Room 2. Their books are available at the Lending Desk one month prior to each meeting.
The 2020 Reading Challenge
Want to up your reading game? Try the 2020 Reading Challenge and expand your horizons! Click the image to learn more!
Looking for a good book?
Looking for a recommendation? Look no further! Click here to tell us a bit about yourself and we’ll be happy to send you Your Next Great Read!
Request an Item
Is there a specific item you’re looking for but cannot find? Let us know! Fill out this form with as much information as you have, like title, author, format, etc. and we will do our best to find your item!
As sort of a social media for readers, Goodreads is the world’s largest site for book recommendations. Readers can add books to virtual shelves that they want to read as well as post reviews and ratings for books they have already read. Add friends and share what you are reading with them, enter giveaways for free books, play trivia, and more.
NoveList Plus is a source available through libraries that offers reading recommendations and read-alikes as well as listen-alikes for audiobooks, series information, reviews, lists, and book award information.
NetGalley distributes digital uncorrected proofs of novels to users in order to generate reviews pre-publication. These are typically granted to “professional readers” such as bloggers, book reviewers, booksellers, educators, journalists, and librarians.