What Do I Read Next?

Overdrive Picks: Check out Overdrive’s Big Library Read and the American Library Association’s Libraries Transform Book Pick.

Find Fiction with NoveList

NoveList’s book search helps you find books by genre, writing style, topic, writing style, or your mood. You can even tell it what kind of main character you like to read about, or give it a book you liked to get Read-Alike suggestions.



Search for fiction books by ages and genres. Try out the Appeal Mixer (Menu > Browse By > Appeal), which helps you combine what kind of characters you want to read about with your desired tone, writing style, and more.

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NoveList K–8

Novelist K-8

Search for fiction books focused on all grade levels from Kindergarten through 8th Grade, or browse the suggested Read-Alikes.

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Social Reviews



Goodreads is like social media for books. Read and write book reviews, find topical book lists, keep lists of books you’ve read, and join online book clubs.

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Books in a Series

Juvenile Series & Sequels

Juvenile Series and Sequels

Don’t know the next book in the series? Check out the Mid-Continent Public Library’s comprehensive list of children and teen book series to see what to read next.

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What’s Next® Books in Series

What is Next Series

Are you sure you have the first book in the series? What comes after this one? Find out with Kent District Library’ searchable database of series for all ages.

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Podcasts About Books

Podcasts are themed audio shows. Some shows have a different discussion, or share a different book, every episode.

The Librarian is In

The Librarian is In

The New York Public Library’s podcast about books, pop culture, and what to read next.

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All the Books


Book Riot’s weekly recommendations and discussions about the most interesting and exciting new book releases.

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What Should I Read Next?

What Should I Read Next? Podcast

Dedicated to book talk, recommendations, and literary matchmaking.

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