For Readers

  • LOCAL: Search the Enterprise e-catalog – the online library catalog for the SAILS library network of libraries in Southeastern Massachusetts including Dartmouth.


 

  • AND BEYOND: Worldcat.org
    Search Worldcat to browse a list of books in libraries across the United States. If you find something that is only in WorldCat, ask a librarian to get it for you through inter-library loan.

Click here to see our latest acquisitions: NEW BOOKS AT THE DARTMOUTH LIBRARIES

Visit our Book Discussion Groups page to learn about our adult & teen book clubs.

BookLetters – Get email newsletters on different topics or view new title and award lists online.

Book Page – Discover your next great book! View the online version of the Book Page newsletter here. It contains interviews, reviews and features from the print edition, along with web-exclusive content and articles. Sign up for email newsletters on different topics and find the print version in the library near the New Books shelf.

Every year the Massachusetts Center for the Book comes up with a list of “Must Reads”. Throughout the award year, we award a list of “Must Reads ” in each of four award categories — fiction, nonfiction, poetry & children’s/young adult literature — that have been written by Massachusetts writers or about Massachusetts themes.

Top Children’s Book Lists – Lists from the New York Times, the National Education Association and more.

Reviews and What To Read Next

NoveList Plus – Find read-alikes for popular authors, book discussion guides, award lists and much more!

Authors on the Web A comprehensive list of author websites.

Flashlightworthybooks fun lists organized by topic/subject.

LitLovers A good site to find book club reading ideas, discussion guides and favorites.

AllReaders.com Browse reviews or search for books based on genre, plot and style.

Overbooked Includes annotated book lists on many nonfiction and fiction topics, book reviews, and links to other reading websites.

What’s Next – Books in Series Search The Kent District Library What’s Next database to find out the titles in a series.

LibraryThing Enter your own books into an online catalog and connect with others who own the same books as you