Whether you are looking for your next great read or want to build up your "to-read" list, check out our new offerings below!
Personalized Reader’s Services

We're ALWAYS excited about connecting readers to great books and sharing advice on finding materials of interest. Book talk is our favorite talk! Next time you're at the library, stop by and ask us what we're reading - we love to share! Don't know where to start? We can help you pick your next read with these two cool, helpful services. Forms for both The Book Up and Author Match via this link . You can also stop by the Adult Help Desk at the Library for forms to fill out and turn in.
THE BOOK UP | CUSTOMIZED READING LISTS
Let our “reader’s advisory experts” hook you up with customized reading lists based on your preferences. Tell us about what you love to read, and what you don’t, and we’ll provide you with a list of books to match your reading style.
AUTHOR MATCH | HAVE A FAVORITE AUTHOR?
Get matched with books by your favorite authors.
Fill out our online form or request a form at one of our service desks. Select the authors you enjoy and whether you would like hardcover, large print, audiobook or the first available of the three. When the library orders new titles by those authors we will automatically place you on hold for them. Once the titles are in, you will be contacted to pick up the item.  
WELL READ | BOOKS WE LOVE
Oprah's Winter Book Club Pick:
An American Marriage by Tayari Jones


The latest Oprah Book Club Pick is ALWAYS a big announcement! We couldn’t be more excited about her most recent selection – An American Marriage by Tayari Jones. The novel redefines the traditional American love story, and in a way, presents more as a love triangle. As in the best of fiction, the author depicts circumstances so relevant to our time, leaving the reader with greater compassion and understanding. Regardless, you’ll find yourself swiftly turning the page and asking, “will they, won’t they, how will this all end?!” Best read along with a buddy because this is one of those books you’re going to want to talk about – it’s just that good! Available in print, audiobook, ebook and eaudiobook format via OverDrive and Hoopla.

Top 10 Books We’re Loving for February
February is proving to be a month of GREAT reads – mystery, romance, time travel, unputdownable memoirs, historical fiction – so many choices! Here’s a list of what we’re reading this month:
The French Girl
by Lexie Elliott

Compelling psychological suspense, for Ruth Ware fans
The Great Alone
by Kristin Hannah

A dark, family adventure, the setting is Alaska in the 1970’s. If you enjoyed Barbara Kingsolver’s The Poisonwood Bible, you’re sure to love this one!
Force of Nature
by Jane Harper

Harper, known for her compelling and fast-paced mysteries, delivers once again. The setting – the remote Australian wilderness, and a
sure bet for fans
of Louise Penny.
How to Stop Time
by Matt Haig

An engaging, sweeping love story with all the elements of a great historical time travel novel – perfect for “in out of the cold” winter nights! For fans of The Time Traveler’s Wife and Life After Life
As Bright as Heaven
by Susan Meissner

A gorgeously written and heart-wrenching story of four women in Philadelphia during the 1918 outbreak of the Spanish Flu epidemic. Superb historical fiction!

Look for Me
by Lisa Gardner

This gripping D. D. Warren adventure follows an investigation involving the sinister disappearance of a 16-year-old girl. Full of twists and turns, this one is sure to keep you turning the page.

Educated: A Memoir
by Tara Westover

In this candid memoir the author recalls her childhood growing up in a strict Mormon family, ruled by an erratic father, and living off the grid in Idaho. They're calling this one the next Glass Castle.

Summer Hours at the Robbers Library
by Sue Halpern

Quirky characters, an emotionally distant librarian, a library setting, what more could we ask for? We absolutely LOVED this absorbing story of friendships, the unveiling of secrets, and love, loss and hope. A good pick for fans of Adrianna Trigiani and
Nicholas Sparks.


Only Child
by Rhiannon Navin

After surviving a horrific school shooting, a 6-year-old boy retreats into the world of books and art while making sobering observations about his mother's determination to prosecute the shooter's parents and the wider community's efforts to make sense of the tragedy. This is THE BOOK everyone will be talking about! For fans of Room by Emma Donnoghue.


I am, I am, I am: Seventeen Brushes with Death
by Maggie O'Farrell

This stunning memoir told in a collection of vignettes describes the author’s brush with near-death experiences stemming from a dangerous childhood illness, accidents, an encounter with a disturbed person, and the author's daily efforts to protect her daughter from the vulnerabilities of a high-risk condition. Heartbreaking, hopeful and fascinating!