Books & Reading

Online Resources

Naperville Public Library has great online resources to help you with your research. These resources are free to use - just log in with your Naperville Public Library card number.

Axis 360 A collection of ebooks and audiobooks.
Biblioboard Biblioboard offers 4 collections of e-books, A Recovering the Classics collection features public-... more
Booklist Online More than 170,000 book reviews for librarians, book groups, and book lovers—from the trusted... more
DearReader Online Book Clubs Sample a tidbit of a book every day during the week by joining one of the DearReader Online Book... more
Hoopla Borrow movies, music, audiobooks, ebooks, comics and TV shows to enjoy on your computer, tablet, or... more
NoveList K- 8 Plus Reader's advisory information for young readers' fiction and non-fiction titles with... more
NoveList Plus Reader's advisory information for fiction and non-fiction titles with lists of read-alikes,... more
Overdrive Borrow eBooks, audiobooks, and more on your phone and tablet. An OverDrive account can sync your... more
Overdrive for Kids For kids - borrow e-Books, audiobooks, and more on your phone and tablet. An OverDrive account can... more
TumbleBookLibrary Listen or read along at your own speed to these entertaining and amusing picture books.

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Recent Focus on Fiction

The Civil War affected everyone, from the homefront to the battlefield. Take a look at these novels about women during wartime.

The Spymistress (Chiaverini): Though she was born to slave-holders in the South, Elizabeth Van Lew risks her life and reputation helping Northern prisoners of war and spying on the Confederacy.

Posted: Wednesday, December 28, 2016 - 11:00am