What Should I Read Next?

You can call or stop in at the library and we’ll help you find your next favorite book, or these resources can be used to help you pick out what to read next:


  • American Library Association’s Lists of Book, Print & Media Awards – dozens of different awards, with hundreds of titles among them.
  • The Reading Room: find books by Accelerated Reader level or Lexile level at your local library!
  • BookPage is a monthly book review publication that recommends the best books for readers of all types, whether you’re interested in literary fiction or romance, history or science fiction, cookbooks or children’s books.
  • Fantastic Fiction – with information about over 350,000 books and bibliographies for over 30,000 authors.
  • Goodreads – find out what other readers are reading and what they have to say about their favorite books.
  • Library Journal – one of the most trusted and respected publications for the library community, with professional articles and book reviews and much more.
  • Nobel Prizes in Literature – from 1901 to the present day.
  • Pulitzer Prize listings for every category, from beat reporting through fiction through poetry and many more.
  • School Library Journal – resources, services, and reviews for library and education professionals working with children and teens.


Or, if you prefer bestsellers, check out these links:



The resources below, from H.W. Wilson, are some of the ones used by ACDL and other libraries to help them decide on reliable fiction and nonfiction books for building their collections. You can use them to help you find quality reading material as well.


Ashtabula Library/Administration
4335 Park Ave Ashtabula, Ohio 44004
phone: (440) 997-9341
fax: (440) 992-7714

  • Monday-Thursday: 9am-8:30pm
  • Friday: 9am-6pm
  • Saturday: 9am-5pm

Geneva Library / Bookmobile
860 Sherman St. Geneva, Ohio 44041
phone: (440) 466-4521
fax: (440) 466-0162

  • Monday-Thursday: 10am-8:30pm
  • Friday and Saturday: 10am-5pm

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