Displays and Reading Lists

Check here for our current displays throughout the library and recommended reading lists from staff!

Current Displays

The Recommendations Librarians change the displays around the library frequently. Displays may reflect national holidays, library events, or highlight a specific collection. 

This display is located on the second floor right by the elevator and the patron internet computers. This is our largest display. It features an entire wall of books for your enjoyment. This month's theme is World War I: Lessons & Legacy. It features several large reproductions of posters from the Smithsonian's traveling exhibit of the same name.

First (Main) Floor Displays

All Community Reads 2019

All Community Reads

Magazines of the Month

Magazines of the Month

The book selected for this first-time, community-wide reading program is “Picking Cotton: Our Memoir of Injustice and Redemption” by Jennifer Thompson-Cannino and Ronald Cotton with Erin Torneo. Find out more here.

October's Magazines of the Month are "Analog Science Fiction & Fact" and "Real Simple." This display is located on the first floor to the left of the main doors.

Second Floor Displays

Paranormal Romance
Oktober Spirits
Fun Fall Crafting
Music Self-Instruction
Genre Highlight: Supernatural Mysteries

Recommended Reading Lists

New York Times Best Sellers and LibraryReads

The current year New York Times Best Sellers are updated weekly. LibraryReads are the top 10 books voted on by librarians nationally each month. 

Award-Winning Books

Past Displays

Did you miss a display while it was up at the library? You can still access the reading list for the past month's displays below.

Reader of the Month

Each month in 2019 we've highlighted a different staff member or patron with their own display, a Q&A session on our blog, and a bookmark.