Recommended reading

Can’t decide what to read next? Let our librarians point you to something interesting.

Shelf Shopper

Whether you are looking for an audiobook for that road trip, a date-night DVD, or books for a family read-aloud, Shelf Shopper can meet all of your family’s reading, listening, and viewing needs.

Best Sellers

Check out up-to-date lists of best sellers to inspire your next reading adventure.

NoveList Plus

NoveList Plus is a great tool for finding your next great read. It includes recommendations for both fiction and non-fiction based on what you’ve previously read and enjoyed.

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GoodReads

GoodReads is a fun and useful tool to keep track of what you read, share your thoughts with friends, and get recommendations based on your reading history and reviews.

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Staff and Volunteer picks

Want to know what we're reading? Find some of our library staff and volunteer favorites here.

"The Kiss Quotient" by Helen Hoang

"I was interested in this book because I had heard the author and main character are autistic, and I wanted to learn about neurodiversity. I got the insider’s perspective I was looking for—plus a delightfully steamy romance story!" – Kayla

"Five Days in November" by Clint Hill

“Allowed me to grieve for the death of JFK. Told by the secret service man assigned to Jackie Kennedy and a journalist. Lots of photographs. Spell binding history." — GP volunteer

Dog Day Afternoon

“Dog Day Afternoon” By Sidney Lumet

"I read it was on Stanley Kubrick's (one of my favorite directors) top 10 list, It is a true story about a Brooklynn bank robbery gone awry and the drama that unfolds. Both tense and humorous, this movie is so timely to today’s problems of gender police issues." – David