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From the Wisconsin Public Library Consortium
Did you know your local library has thousands of ebooks and audiobooks?
You can borrow them, instantly, for free, using just the device in your hand.
Libby is a NEW, fresh and easy way to borrow and read from your library.
RBdigital Magazines – Available through the Library
Check out the most recent issue of Food Network magazine for the best backyard eats, 15 new cookout sides, and more—available on RBdigital through your library.
Download it and many others on RBdigital through the library.
Read reviews, previews, recommendations, connect with fellow readers, and create an online bookshelf.
If you love to read, you’ll love these sites!
Allreaders.com Book Reviews
A free service that provides book reviews and allows readers to search for novels by plot, character, settting and writing style.
Book recommendations and information, online magazines and author spotlights.
The Book Case
A product of BookPage, where readers discover their next great book.
A portal into the book industry with links to and articles on industry news, access to literary journals and reviews, and an expansive directory of book sites around the world. Users can also search updated bestseller lists, find listings of literary events, and read author interviews.
Read the first chapters of selected new books, most of which have been reviewed by the Washington Post.
Blog by Suzanne Beecher, author of Muffins and Mayhem: Recipes for a Happy Life.
Bibliographies fore more than 25,000 authors.
Get book recommendations from people you know, keep track of what you’ve read and what you’d like to read, answer book trivia and collect your favorite quotes.
Just one more reason to love librarything.com.
The Internet Public Library’s Literary Criticism Collection contains critical and biographical Web sites about authors and their works that can be browsed by author, title or nationality and literary period.
Stop, You’re Killing Me
A website to die for…if you love mysteries.
Reviews, blog posts, special features, reading lists, contests, author interviews, publishing trends and pop culture.
Science fiction. Fantasy. The universe. And related subjects. (see below for periodic updates)
A completely new way of choosing what to read.
Wisconsin’s Water Library: A collection of almost 30,000 volumes of water-related information about the Great Lakes and the waters of Wisconsin. Wisconsin’s Water Library is an academic library at UW Madison that is open to the public. Any adult resident in Wisconsin can check out books from Wisconsin’s Water Library for free. Visit the website to find out how!