Books and Reading
Information to help you find a book to read...whether it is in print, an audiobook, or an ebook!
Spend some time browsing the links on the left to find suggestions for a good book to read. We enjoy reading just as much as you do and we'd love to talk to you about books. Stop into the library to see our displays of books, or talk to a librarian about what you're reading, or to get ideas on what to read next.
- Use to reserve a book using your online library account. Set up an online account if you don't have one yet.
A five-minute selection from the book appears in your e-mail inbox each day, Monday through Friday. New books begin on Mondays, and by Friday you have read 2-3 chapters. Great for checking out a new genre or getting new book ideas.
Need to download an audiobook to your iPod or mp3 player or an eBook to your Nook or Sony Reader? Use the NEIBORS service! Get help with NEIBORS here.
- Tell us what you thought of a book by submitting a Book Talk form.
- E-mail using this form to suggest a book for purchase.
The love of learning, the sequestered nooks,
And all the sweet serenity of books.
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (1807 - 1882)