The intent of the this LibGuide is to assist readers, and librarians who assist readers, in answering the age-old question, What do I read next?
Readers will find websites, read-alikes, and links to the catalog for award-winning and recommended books.
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Never apologize for your reading tastes
The following websites, which include all genres, will help you discover your next read.
If you’re fifty years of age or younger, give a book fifty pages before you decide to commit to reading it or give it up. If you’re over fifty, which is when time gets even shorter, subtract your age from 100—the result is the number of pages you should read before making your decision to stay with it or quit.
These books, reviewed in Booklist from July 2019 through June 2020, will spark discussion in a wide variety of book groups, with immersive historical fiction, tools for self-examination, and a future-set underground baseball tale.
Visit. Get. Download. Connect.
Learn how the libraries are out-in-front with digital collections and free classes to help any reader get connected with online book borrowing
The Reference and User Services Association (RUSA), a division of the American Library Association, highlights outstanding genre fiction that merit special attention by general adult readers and the librarians who work with them.