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Reading Program for Adults
The Logan Library offers year-round reading programs for adults.

Fall Reading Program

Our fall reading program for adults reminds you that the library is filled with a Cornucopia of Choices.

Come into the library today. The library is brimming with new opportunities!

You can pick up everything you need to get started at the Information Desk starting September 2nd.

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Book Services
Reading related library services.

Booklists
The Logan Library compiles a variety of reading lists to help you select books you will enjoy.
Personalized Reading Suggestions
Complete this form to receive a list of personalized reading recommendations.
Book Club Kits
Kits of 8-10 books available for checkout by book groups.
eBooks and eAudiobooks
The library provides a variety of electronic books and audiobooks that can be downloaded to your computer and device or read online.
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Online Resources
Websites about books.

Awards

Newbery Award
Awarded annually to the author of the most distinguished contribution to American literature for children.

Best Sellers

Publisher's Weekly
Book Reviews, Bestselling Books & Publishing Business News

Reviews

Dear Author
Romance book reviews from the readers' point of view.

Series and Sequels

Juvenile Series and Sequels
The database contains over 28,000 books in 3,700 series titles that are classified into three audiences: Juvenile Easy [JE] - for birth through 2nd grade readers, Juvenile [J] - for 2nd through 6th grade readers, Young Adult [YA] - for 6th through 12th grade

Suggested Reading

Shelfari
Shelfari is a community-powered encyclopedia for book lovers. Create a virtual bookshelf, discover new books, connect with friends and learn more about your favorite books – all for free.
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Library Favorites

The Laramie Project
Moises Kaufman & the Tectonic Theater Project
Recommended by: Joseph

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In 1998, Matthew Shepard was brutally murdered in Wyoming because of his sexual orientation. In this unique examination of events, the author and his theater group present a play written from oral interviews of Laramie residents.

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