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

Summer Reading Program

Our summer reading program for adults can help all of you who are Dreaming of Paradise.

You can pick up everything you need to get started at the Information Desk starting June 1st. The program runs until August 31st.

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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

Audie Awards
Awards recognizing distinction in audiobooks and spoken word entertainment sponsored by the Audio Publishers Association (APA).

Best Sellers

USA Today Books
USA TODAY's Best-Selling Books list ranks the 150 top-selling titles each week based on an analysis of sales from U.S. booksellers.

Reviews

SciFan : books and links for the science fiction fan
Books & Links for the Science Fiction Fan. SciFan helps science fiction and fantasy book lovers find new books to read. We feature classics, series in their reading order, bibliographies, links to pages dedicated to SF&F authors, themes and more.

Series and Sequels

FictFact
Easily find out which book is next in a series

Suggested Reading

What Should I Read Next?
Enter a book you like and the site will analyse a huge database of real readers' favorite books to provide book recommendations and suggestions for what to read next.
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Library Favorites

The Aeneid
Virgil, translated by Robert Fitzgerald
Recommended by: Joseph

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Written around 25 BC, this is the epic tale of the founding of the Roman empire. In beautifully descriptive language, Virgil tells the story of Aeneas, a refugee from the fall of Troy, who famously follows his fate ordained by the gods.

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