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

Reading Program

For the Spring 2020 Reading Program, we are Celebrating 100 Years of Women's Suffrage in the United States!

Pick up your reading program packet at the library Information Desk or sign up and participate online.

The program runs from March 2nd through May 30th.


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Book Services
Reading related library services.

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.

Online Resources
Websites about books.


World Fantasy Awards
The World Fantasy Awards are annual, international awards given to authors and artists who have demonstrated outstanding achievement in the field of fantasy.

Best Sellers

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


That's What She Read
Insights, literary reviews, and general commentary.

Series and Sequels

Stop, You're Killing Me!
A resource for lovers of mystery, crime, thriller, spy, and suspense books. We list over 3,600 authors, with chronological lists of their books (over 41,000 titles), both series (4,100+) and non-series.

Suggested Reading

Book Riot
The site’s tag - "All Books. Never Boring" - is an apt summation of this sometimes-quirky website that tries to make talking about books fun, and a little more inclusive to non-snobs than most outlets that discuss literature.

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Library Favorites

Desire of the Everlasting Hills: The World Before and After Jesus
Thomas Cahill
Recommended by: Joseph

A look at the cultures, people, languages, and events that shaped the world around Jesus. While not comprehensive, Cahill's mostly-secular work is both engaging and accessible.

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