Do you have an e-reader? Go to www.wrlsweb.org/ebooks to find out what your library has to offer in e-book format.
Try NoveList to enhance your reading experience. (We are having trouble with our direct link to NoveList. You can go to badgerlink.net and find NoveList in the first group in the blue section.) Although there are many librarians with an impressive knowledge of books, genres and reader needs, their effectiveness is increased by a database that allows everyone to search for titles they enjoy based on level, subject, title or author.
Other sites that you might like are:
To keep track of all the books you’ve read, there are websites that make it easy and fun. These sites also assist with choosing your next book!
The Wisconsin Talking Book and Braille Library, part of the Talking Book Program of the Library of Congress, provides braille and recorded books and playback equipment for those Wisconsin residents who for any physical reason cannot read normal print.
Access Newspaper Archive is the largest historic newspaper source online.
Storyline Online is a fun site where you can hear and see a movie actor read a book to you!