Can’t decide what to read next? We’ve got you covered! From Staff Picks to online databases that automagically give you suggestions based on what you’ve read and liked in the past or online book communities where friends can share their favorites – there’s plenty of help available.
Whether it’s already a favorite, or you’re looking for a way to entice a reluctant reader to the classics, this graphic novel is worth a read. By Charlotte Brontë et al. Continue reading
The Civil Rights era was a time in US history filled with ignorance, bigotry, bravery, courage, and growth towards equality. Learn about Congressman John Lewis life story. by John Roberts Lewis, Andrew Aydin, and Nate Powell. Continue reading
Follow the adventures of adorable Owly and his friends in this heartwarming graphic novel by Andy Runton. Continue reading
Reuse the scraps from fruits and vegetables to grow your own plants! By Deborah Peterson & Millicent Selsam. Continue reading
The story of thirty-one Minnesota gardens by Susan Davis Price. Continue reading
This book contains great ideas for people who do not have the outside space to garden. By Kay Maguire. Continue reading
Dickinson is one of the greatest poets of all time and her poems are an excellent way to explore the world of poetry. Continue reading
An under appreciated classic that tells the story of a young creative woman figuring out how to balance work, love, social obligation and personal needs. By Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Continue reading
Some favorites include: “Miracles,” “The Untold Want,” “On the Beach at Night,” and “O Captain! My Captain.” People Edited by Jonathan Levin; Illustrated by Jim Burke. Continue reading
Book Series Finder
Need to find out which book is the next in the series you’re reading? We like this awesome database created by the folks at Kent Library District, and you will too!
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