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NoveList is a fiction database that provides subject heading access, reviews, annotations, and much more for over 120,000 fiction titles. It also includes other content of interest to fiction readers, such as Author Read-alikes, Book Discussion Guides, BookTalks, and Feature Articles. For school media specialists and teachers there are Standards-Based Thematic Units and Picture Book Extenders, as well as specific teaching guides for using fiction in the classroom.
Includes information on current popular authors and their books, specializing in genre fiction.
Includes several well-known booklists, such as: Today Show Book Club, Pulitzer Prize, Nebula Award, the Arizona Youth Reader's Award, and many more.
Includes several well-known bestseller lists, such as: New York Times, Publisher's Weekly, LA Times, Library Journal, and Washington Post lists.
Archived New York Times Adult Bestseller Lists
A compilation of New York Times Adult Best Seller Lists that have previously appeared on the Hawes Publications website. Has lists from 1994 to present.
An OCLC database drawn from WorldCat that allows for searching fiction by categories, character names, and location; includes titles for children, but can't use it as a limiter.
KDL Kent District Library - What's Next
Helps search adult, young adult, and juvenile fiction in series linked by character(s), settings, or other common traits; can also be searched by author.
Stop, You're Killing Me!
A resource for the lovers of mystery, intrigue and suspense books. It has hundreds of authors, with complete chronological lists of their books, also contains characters indexes.
Project Gutenberg is the oldest producer of free ebooks on the Internet. The collection was produced by hundreds of volunteers and includes hundreds of downloadable books and audiobooks.
Last updated on May 11, 2016