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Search an author's name or the title of a book you liked to find read-alikes. Tell NoveList what you liked about a book (pacing, tone, characters, and more) to get more specific suggestions.




Additional Online Resources

Free eBooks: A listing of places to find free eBooks online, including eBooks in Spanish.

Goodreads: Track the books you have read, are currently reading and want to read. Compare notes with friends. Rate books, receive recommendations, follow authors and read reviews. Add an Elmwood Park Public Library button to find out whether we own a copy of a book with one click. Follow these instructions to add the button.

Inkie: A free resource for local authors, it provides assistance with online creation and publishing tools. It also allows readers to access locally-produced content.

KDL's What's Next: Books in Series Database:  Maintained by the Kent District Library in Michigan, this database helps you search series fiction by author, title, or series, so that you can figure which book in the series you need to read next.

Library Reads: Librarians from across the country choose their favorite new books each month.

New York Times Best Sellers: The top of the sales charts for fiction, non-fiction, hardcover, paperbacks, e-books, young adults and more.

NPR Books: News, book reviews, author interviews and more from National Public Radio.

Open Library: This project from the Internet Archive makes many books available from the public domain and other sources. Look for books in the DAISY format, which are accessible to those with print disabilities.

Project Gutenberg: Free eBooks from the public domain. Titles include “Pride and Prejudice,” “The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn,” “A Tale of Two Cities,” “Grimm’s Fairy Tales” and more. Books in the public domain are also available for download in OverDrive.

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