Book Links

  • All About Romance – A website that contains book reviews, forums, and tips on writing your own romance novels.
  • BookBrowse – online magazine for booklovers – including reviews, previews, “behind the book” backstories, author interviews, reading guides, and much more.  Has a helpful read-alikes search.
  • BookPage – Our goal is to connect every book lover with their next great read. BookPage covers all types of books—from literary fiction, history and biography to popular genres like romance and mystery—and our book reviews, author interviews and special features are informative and accessible.
  • Dewey Browse – This award-winning site applies Dewey classification to websites for K-12 users! Cooking sites are in the 600s, history in the 900s, just as they are on library shelves.
  • – Need to know the next title in a series?  Want to find more books by your favorite authors?  Find all your favorites and stay current on what’s coming out next.
  • FictionDB – Find your next great read by using all the great information on our site. Use synopses, reviews, read-alikes, and detailed genre classifications to find books.
  • Goodreads – The self-proclaimed world’s largest site for readers and book recommendations.  A good place to check what books are in a series.
    Kent District Library – Books in Series database helps you search series fiction. A series is two or more books linked by character(s), settings, or other common traits.
  • Library Journal Reviews – previews of upcoming titles; access to timely reviews of books, audiobooks, DVDs, and other media; and essential collection development and readers’ advisory resources. You’ll also discover author interviews, conference updates, and other opinion and analysis from LJ staffers and contributors.
  • New York Times Best Seller List
  • New York Times Book Reviews – Search the New York Times archives for book reviews.
  • NoveList – Find books based off of genre and target audience age.
  • NPR’s Book Section – Reviews, suggestions, and interviews.
  • Stop, You’re Killing Me! – A resource for lovers of mystery, crime, thriller, spy, and suspense books. We list over 4800 authors, with chronological lists of their books (over 55,000 titles), both series (5700+) and non-series. Use the alphabetical author and character links above Top or the special indexes in the left column. And it’s perfectly fine with us if you print our pages for your private use, especially for a trip to your local library or bookstore.
  • What should I read next? – Enter a book you like and the site will analyse our huge database of real readers’ favorite books to provide book recommendations and suggestions for what to read next.
  • Whichbook – a unique site for choosing what to read.


eBook Links

  • eReaderLookup – Good website for comparing different eReaders available.
  • Libby app – borrow and read ebooks from your local library. Login using your library card.
  • Sunflower eLibrary – use your library card to sign in to this online library and checkout books.
  • eLibraries