Call us at 508-393-5025 ext 3 or stop by the desk at the top of the stairs, and chat with a librarian. Together we'll help you discover some books and authors that you might enjoy based on your reading interests.
Fill out our reader's profile and get a personalized reading list! A Northborough librarian will create a list of 5 to 8 books and authors that you might enjoy based on your responses.
Websites with Reading Suggestions
Booksellers' suggestions of new books and critical reviews on recently published titles. You can subscribe to a free monthly newsletter, find read-alikes for your favorite titles and authors, join an on-line book discussion, and more.
This online edition of a monthly book review magazine highlights bestsellers and new writers for adults and children; including publishing news, and in-depth interviews with popular authors. Pick up a free copy of the print version at the Library.
A monthly list of the top ten books recommended by librarians from around the country.
Find articles, reviews, and recommendations about books and authors featured on National Public Radio.
What's the next book in the series? This simple-to-use database maintained by the Nebraska Library Commission shows you the list of books in a series for many popular, adult fiction writers.
Find more reading suggestions on our Pinterest boards including award winners, staff picks, teen reads for grownups, and more!
Use the links below for access to detailed and authoritative information on all things reading and literature, including book reviews and reading suggestions.
Find biographies, criticism, primary source material, reviews, and overviews. A great source for researching authors and their works, literary movements, and genres from all time periods and from around the world.
Biography, criticism, and overviews on 130,000 writers in all disciplines.
NoveList Plus gives book recommendations for favorite authors, titles, and series. Search by title, plot, or writing style to find read-alikes. Find reading lists for popular genres and non-fiction, or browse reviews and discussion guides.
You've started or joined a book discussion group, now what? These websites will help you select satisfying, thought-provoking, and, of course, discussible books to get you started -- and keep you going -- in fun and interesting discussions.
Vist our Book Group page to see what other groups are discussing
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