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

Reading Program

The 2020 Summer Reading Program encourages adults aged 18 & up to develop life-long reading habits. Because our community continues to struggle from the world-wide effects of COVID 19, our reading program will be entirely online using a service called READsquared. The program can be accessed on the web and through a free APP

This Summer we also say Go with the Stream! We hope that all participants will explore many free digital reading resources at http://library.loganutah.org/books/ebooks/.

The program runs from June 1st through 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
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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
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Awards

Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers of America
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Best Sellers

USA Today Books
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What's Next
Books in Series database

Suggested Reading

Book Movement
Whether you're looking for book guides, book reviews, book ideas, new books or club communication tools, BookMovement has something for every book club.
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Girl waits with gun
Amy Stewart
Recommended by: Lois

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In 1914 New Jersey, the fabulous Koop sisters, Constance in the lead, take on a mill owner whose dastardly, harrassing ways would intimidate anyone less courageous.

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