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Books and Reading: Home

Readers have a variety of options at their disposal to help them find enjoyable works for fiction and nonfiction.

Readers Advisory  

Librarians are trained in how to provide "Reader's Advisory" service to library patrons. The keystone of this service is matching the "appeal" factors or characteristics of a book with what type of book you enjoy reading.  Appeal factors include story line, story pacing, atmosphere, the characterization style of the the author, the tone of the story, the plot, and more.

Other Resources

  • Reader's Advisory pamphlets developed by the library,
  • Library web pages and  web links 
  • Print and electronic book review sources in newspapers and newsletters 
  • Blog posts 
  • Electronic bookstores such as and