These websites and databases can help you find what you’re looking for,
whether it’s a specific title or a general subject.
Your guide to reading, NoveList Plus allows readers to use a favorite author or title to locate other authors and titles of interest. It provides subject access, reviews, annotations, and includes Author Read-alikes, Book Discussion Guides, BookTalks, and Feature Articles. It also links to our catalog, so you can easily make a request
- Bookhive (Your Guide to Children’s Literature & Books)
- Juvenile Series and Sequels
- Caldecott Medal Winners, 1938-present
- Newbery Medal & Honor Books, 1922-present
- Teens Top 10
(Young Adult Library Services Association). Teens pick their top 10 books of the year.
- ALA Best Books for Young Adults
- Michael L. Printz Award for Excellence in Young Adult Literature (YALSA)
- New York Times Bestseller List
- Booktalk: Resources for Readers: Find out about your favorite author or others that have similar styles, local literary events and book discussions. You can also reserve a book online and select where you want to pick it up. All you need is an MVLS/SALS library card.
- Books by Your Neighbors A gathering of authors who live in New York’s Hamilton, Saratoga, Warren and Washington Counties.
- Juvenile Series and Sequels The ‘Juvenile Series and Sequels’ database contains over 36,000 books in 4,900 series titles that are classified into three audiences: Juvenile Easy [JE] – for birth through 2nd grade readers, Juvenile [J] – for 2nd through 6th grade readers, Young Adult [YA] – for 6th through 12th grade readers
- What’s Next The What’s Next™: Books in Series database helps you search series fiction. A series is two or more books linked by character(s), settings, or other common traits. e.g. Sue Grafton’s “A is for Alibi”, “B is for…” etc. or the “Star Wars” series