Want to know about the latest and greatest books on the shelf? Are you looking for your next great read? Want to explore a new genre?
Erin Cataldi, librarian at the Clark Pleasant Branch provides helpful information for you in her What to Read blog. Click on the topic below to read her ideas and advice.
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What to Read Recommended Library Resources
What should I read next? - Get Book Reviews & Recommendations From Trusted Sources
Book Sizzle - Published every Friday, BookSizzle features the newest and hottest titles at the library.
Find Your Next Book - Free service that allows a librarian to help you find books
BookPage - Free journal on upcoming books that can be found at any branch
Goodreads - Share book recommendations, join an online book club, connect with other readers, and more.
Your Next Read - A website that makes discovering, buying and enjoying a book simple.
Whichbook - A website that factors in millions of combinations and factors to suggest which books match your needs.
Library Read-Alike Pamphlets - Ask a librarian for copies at your branch.