Feeling stuck finding your next great read? Check out one of our book bundles! Discover new series, new authors and great reads with pre-selected titles.
What types of Book Bundles do you have?
Each bundle is chosen to provide variety based on reading level. Book Bundles are available in English, Spanish and Chinese. English and Spanish are available at all five locations; Chinese is available at Davis and Haggard libraries.
- Board Books: 5 books, appropriate for ages 0 to 36 months. These books feature sturdy pages just right for littlest readers.
- Picture Books: 8-10 books, appropriate for toddlers and preschoolers.
- Early Readers: 8-10 books, based on reading level. Bundles are available for pre-emergent, emergent, early fluent, and fluent readers. Need help deciding which one? Check out our blog post on early readers for more information.
- Chapter Books: 5 books, appropriate for early and older elementary readers. Choose which level is best for your child.
- Teen Fiction: 4 books, appropriate for middle or high school reading levels. Choose which level is best for your child.
Spanish and Chinese
- Children’s Collection: 4-8 books, appropriate for pre-emerging and emerging readers.
- Early Reading Collection: 4-8 books, with a variety of reading fluency levels.
- Youth Fiction and Nonfiction Collection: 4-8 books, with different reading levels.
How do I get a Book Bundle?
Picking up your Book Bundle is easy:
- Call the library when you arrive, or if you do not have a phone stop by the table at the main entrance and ring the doorbell.
- Let us know what reading level you need.
- We’ll bring out a Book Bundle, using our porch side holds pickup process.
Please note, Book Bundles are available while supplies last. Like with all services, be sure to check the library’s website for any changes to this procedure.
What if my topic isn’t available in a Book Bundle?
If you can’t find what you’re looking for, library staff are here to help! You can call any location to chat with a librarian for additional recommendations and guidance, or submit a request for additional help online.
Have a title you really liked? Try searching in NoveList or NoveList K-8 to find additional reading recommendations. Search for a title or author, and view read-alikes based on that author, the specific book, or even the series. Or, look at some of the recommended reading lists for more ideas. You’ll need your library card handy to access these databases. and you can read more about NoveList on our blog post here.
What if I need more books?
You can always use our eBooks and eAudiobooks through Overdrive or the Libby app, and you can request print books through our holds service in the library catalog. Our eBook collection is robust, with many read-alongs for kids, picture books, juvenile fiction and non-fiction, and young adult reads.
Placing holds is a great way to fast-track your library experience, or access materials not available at your closest library location. Check out this blog post on placing and picking up holds for more information.