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Our monthly powerpoint is so full of events from the Summer Calendar that we couldn't fit on any of the upcoming releases! Here's a comprehensive list of all the titles you can currently put on hold via MORE, and their anticipated release dates!
Clicking on the covers will lead you to the standard print edition in MORE. Some titles may also be available in audio or large print.
Recently, the yearly award for Top Teen Reads from YALSA (Young Adult Library Services Association) went live. To promote it, a committee within MORE has created a website where teens are encouraged to interact and vote on the 2015 titles.
Teens can visit the website here: Rate A Read
Just want to see the list? Check out the video below or click for the PDF version
Summer is almost upon us which means, yes, you guessed it, more time to read! Just picture it: curled up in a lawn chair, sun shining down on your face, and reading a new book from one of your favorite authors, James Patterson. Lucky for you, he is releasing quite a few books over the summer.
Some of his upcoming releases include:
Getting more out of MORE: Lesson OneOpt Into Reading History!
One of the things we're frequently asked at the library is, "Can you tell me if I've read this before?" or some variation of "What was that book I checked out last month about..." --and our answer is: "Did you opt into your reading history?"
Unlike some of our previous library software, we actually keep a record where we can see what you've read, but it's easy to opt into using the MORE Catalog!
Step 1: Visit the MORE website URL, printed on the front or back...
Did you know a wide variety of titles are often available for hold before their publish date? Getting on the list early for popular authors, like James Patterson, Danielle Steel, and Janet Evanovich, means being one of the first in line to read a new book. Here's a current look at what's upcoming and available for holds today!
Alert --James Patterson
Expected Release: August 3, 2015