If you’re looking for something new to read, check out this list of books shared during our July Virtual Friday Fiction event. Everyone in the group shared three or four they read recently, resulting in a fabulous list of new-to-you titles. Many of them are also on our shelves right now or have shorter waiting lists so there are some quality recommendations here for people sitting in long queues for current bestsellers. Take a look:
“Browse” new books on display in the library, then come in or call us to pick them up!
New Upbeat and Romance Fiction
Featured New Historical Fiction:
Select New Contemporary Fiction:
Featured New Thrillers and Adventures:
Featured New Mysteries:
Our Youth Services department has put together an awesome challenge for kids and teens, but did you know Adults can get in on the virtual summer reading fun too and earn chances to win prizes like gift certificates for local restaurants and book stores? Here’s how to sign up:
- Start by visiting the Chelmsford Library Beanstack landing page.
- If you have created an account for another member of your family, login and select Add a Reader from the top right to add yourself to the same account:
- If you have not yet registered yourself, click to register as an individual:
- Select 18+ in the registration form to indicate how old you are:
You will be automatically entered in the adult challenge! Now you too can spend time reading, logging your reading and earning raffle tickets for trying new genres and sharing reviews!
If you have questions about the challenge, please contact Jessica at email@example.com. I hope you will choose to read with us this Summer!
These new books would really like to go home with you! Give us a call to pick one up!
Need some suggestions for a young adult novel? Here is a list of some recent releases:
Need suggestions for a book that will take you places? Check out this list:
Need a recommendation for a book with more than 4 words in the title? These titles are a mouthful:
Need some recommendations for books in translation available through the library? Check out this list:
Here are some suggestions of books that were made into films:
Looking for some recommendations to fulfill the food reads challenge? Here’s a list of some of our favorites: