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Books and Reading

Information to help you find a book to read.


Join the discussion!  Check out the Book Discussion Group

The Book Discussion Group meets on the fourth Thursday each month at 7:00 pm in the Library meeting room.  Leadership for the Book Discussion Group is provided by Rebecca Bock. 

The future Book Discussion titles are:

  • Sept. 27 - I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings by Maya Angelou
  • Oct. 25 - Before the Fall by Noah Hawley
  • Nov. 29 - America's First Daughter by Stephanie Dray
  • Dec. 20 - Being Mortal by Atul Gawande
If you need a copy for the next discussion, ask at the checkout desk.  We have extra copies available at the library.

                      Bridges   RB digital logo (2)

Did you know that the library offers a wide variety of materials that you can download to your computer or a portable device? 

Check out Bridges to select e-books and audiobooks for your e-reader.  Bridges has a great selection of titles you can check out with your library card.

Go to RBdigital to enjoy digital edition of your favorite magazines.  Read your magazines anytime, anywhere, on your mobile device!  Select from over 4,000 digital magazines, including National Geographic, HGTV Magazine, Living the Country Life, Rolling Stone, Kiplinger's Personal Finance, Bicycling and many more.  You can read magazines online or download them on the RBdigital app.  Take a look at current issues as well as backlist titles.  Check out as many issues as you want and keep them for as long as you want.

Click on the logos above to start enjoying these great free resources!

 WPL Bookshelf

Spend some time browsing the links on the left to find suggestions for a good book to read.  We enjoy reading just as much as you do and we'd love to talk to you about books.  Stop into the library to see our displays of featured books, or talk to a librarian about what you're reading, or to get ideas on what to read next.

Click on the "Suggestion For Purchase" link on the left sidebar to suggest a book for purchase. 

You may place a hold on a book directly through the library catalog or by phoning or e-mailing the library.

Tell us what you thought of a book by submitting a "Book Talk" form on the left sidebar.



The love of learning, the sequestered nooks,
And all the sweet serenity of books.
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (1807 - 1882)