Reading Resources

(Los recursos para hispanohablantes se enumeran en una página separada.)

FVRL Resources

NoveList Plus

Find a great read through subject headings, reviews, annotations, and much more. Access Author Read-Alikes, Book Discussion Guides, Book Talks, and Feature Articles.

NoveList K-8 Plus

Discover new titles, series, and authors for kids and teens to enjoy. Find Author Read-alikes, Book Discussion Guides, BookTalks, and Feature Articles.

Booklist Reader

Enjoy Booklist’s new magazine for readers, featuring diverse readers' advisory recommendations, in print and on audio, for readers of all ages. Read the current issue or back issues!

Librarian Lists

Browse reading lists created by professional librarians far and wide. Lists are compiled by Unbound Librarians and FVRLibraries staff and may contain print, large-type, audio, and electronic versions of books. All titles owned by us link to catalog records so you can easily find them on library shelves or place holds. Some specific subsets of lists include:

A Story for Everyone: Tools for Family Choices

In this guide you can find information about some of the resources available through the library catalog and on the Reading Resources page of the library website to help you with reading choices for your family, including for readers whose age is younger than their reading level.

Library Elf

Keep track of activity on multiple FVRL library card accounts. Create an account and add library cards to it to have all physical holds, due dates, and notifications in one place.

Web Resources

Common Sense Media

Common Sense Media is the leading source of age-based media reviews for families. 


Get reading ideas by author or genre and read reviews by your fellow readers around the globe. You can even join GoodReads and write your own reviews.

Fantastic Fiction

Find the next book by your favorite author, look for books in a series, or find out what your favorite authors are recommending.

Lexile Framework for Reading

Find the right book for your reading level. Don't know your Lexile measure? Get help finding it.

Washington Talking Book & Braille Library

Learn about free services, such as downloadable audio or audiobooks by mail, available to Washington residents who are unable to read standard print material.

AR BookFinder

Search for Accelerated Reader books for yourself or your student in AR Book Finder.  Look through lists of award nominees and winners or popular topics.