Library Book Groups, Programs and Kits
Whether you want to participate in a lively discussion of recent fiction, or sit back and listen to an author read from his or her latest book, we have a program for you. Already part of a book club? We have Book Club Kits that provide an instant book club in a bag – just add people! Or if you are looking for a recommendation for the next book to discuss in your group, check out what other groups have done in our Book Club Reading Lists. Read more about these programs…
NoveList assists fiction readers in finding new authors and titles. NoveList allows readers to use a favorite author or title, as a way to locate other authors and titles of interest. Readers can also enter words that describe the contents of a book they would like to read, and NoveList retrieves titles that contain these words in the book’s subject headings field. In addition, users can browse over 1,200 theme-oriented book lists, 150 award lists and 1,000 fiction related web-sites. NoveList contains materials for all ages including picture books, children’s “chapter” books, young adult titles and books for adult readers. Updated quarterly, the NoveList database integrates information from a variety of sources.
Click here to explore NoveList…
Every day, Monday through Friday, you will receive in your email a five-minute selection from a chapter of a book. By the end of the week, you’ll have read two or three chapters. Every Monday we start new books. You have a choice of subjects and genres, such as nonfiction, business, romance, and science fiction. Sign up and start reading.
eNewsletters with Book Recommendations
SelectReads is the updated version of BookNews; we hope you like it! You can view the booklists online, or sign up to receive them by email. Booklists are broken down by genre or subject, so you can receive reading recommendations on the topics that interest YOU.
Online Reader Resources
Dazzle your book group with tidbits about the author and reviews. See our Newspapers Subject Guide to search The New York Times and other newspapers. Use our Literature Subject Guide for research on literary topics, including the BHS senior thesis and other literature-related homework.