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Staff Suggestions and Readers Advisory


Gale Free Library Suggests

Gale Free Library staff are happy to help you! Not sure what to read, watch, or listen to next? Just fill out the short form tagged below, and you will have a personalized list of suggestions created for you! 


Fill out the Reading Suggestion Form online or print out the Readers advisory form and drop it off @ the library.



Gale Free Materials By Genre


Below are lists of some Gale Free Library titles, sorted by genre. We update them periodically as new titles are added to the collection (Please note: These are not complete listings of our title holdings). Just click on a genre to browse titles! 

Action Adventure
Classics
Fantasy
Historical Fiction
Horror
Literary Fiction
Mystery & Suspense
Romance
Science Fiction
Thrillers
Westerns

You can also check out our Contemporary Book Group's discussion choices from the past seven years! 
 
 
2020 Adult Summer Reading Reviews
Just click on this link to read book reviews written by our Adult Summer Reading Program participants!


Reference staff are available to help you with suggestions by phone as well.  
Please call us at (508) 210-5569.

    

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