You can search our catalog to find books, music, or movies. The catalog search box is at the top of this page and every page on our website. If you're interested in downloading eBooks or audiobooks, all you need is your library card number and your pin. You can also check out our books and reading resources for links to best seller lists and other helpful websites.

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Bestseller Lists and Book Awards

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Book Discussion Kits

Did you know you can borrow book discussion kits and start your own book discussion group? Each kit contains between 5 and 20 copies of each title, discussion questions, tips for the discussion leader, and read-alike suggestions.  You can search our catalog for the listed titles and place them on hold from there. Click below for a list of available Book Discussion Kits. 
Book Discussion Kits (PDF)






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Book Page (Book Review Website)

BookPage (Book Reviews)






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Books & Media e-newsletters

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NoveList is a readers' advisory service covering all types of fiction.
It was selected as a Library Journal Best Reference Database. It also offers a wide range of other resources like author and series searches, along with book reviews. With over 100,000 titles listed, along with 75,000 full text reviews, over 36,000 subject headings and a complete spectrum of searching options, NoveList gives both flexibility and power to even the most discriminating reader. Use the "Find a Favorite Author" or "Find A Favorite Title" feature to locate a list of John Grisham's titles, and then use one of these titles to find more than 200 legal thrillers. It also uses natural language searching to search NoveList's full-text reviews to find "fast-paced thrillers" or books that make good "read aloud" titles for a storytime or children's program.

Click here for NoveList

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Zinio - Digital Magazines

To start choosing your magazines, click HERE.

For a complete list of the library magazines, click HERE.

Before jumping right in, it is a good idea to read the instructions: LOCATED HERE

Zinio is the world's largest newsstand and it is now available @ your library! You can now read select library magazine subscriptions free online and on most handheld devices.  All you need is your Findlay-Hancock County Public Library card number and a valid e-mail address to get started.

Please note:

Zinio for Libraries works with over 95% of today’s mobile device apps plus instant streaming on PC/Mac computers. Compatible devices using iOS, Android (including Nook Tablet HD), Win8 and Kindle Fire/FireHD/FireHDX. Note: tablets that do not have fully functional Android operating systems (Nook Color) or proprietary eReaders (Sony eReader) are not compatible.

Ready to read? Start choosing your magazines here.  If you have questions, please contact the Adult Services Department at 419-422-1712, ext. 245. 

Please note

The Zinio Reader is not currently compatible with Windows Mobile, Blackberry (or other PDA's) or reading devices such as the Sony Reader, Nooks or Kindle(original)
- although we are working now to expand the capabilities of the Zinio Reader to include more mobile devices.

Unfortunately, if you own a Nook device, your ability to use the Zinio app in the future will depend on Barnes & Noble adding the Zinio app to the "Nook Apps" store (the default configuration of the Nook Color does not allow installing apps directly from the Android Market).

Click on the link below to download your free app now:

PCMaciPhoneiPadAndroidKindle Fire/HD, and Windows 8

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