A Literary Education

Another school year has begun, and students everywhere are learning new subjects and furthering their education. Lifelong learners know that education doesn't have to stop after graduation, and the library is an excellent place to continue to discover more knowledge. If reading more literature is a goal for you, you're in luck. We have some recommended reading, just for you.  

If you'd like to read an award-winning book, the library is just the place. There are dozens of award categories, such as genre fiction that includes the Edgar Award (mystery) and the Nebula Award (science fiction), as well as other fiction awards such as the National Book Award, the PEN/Faulkner Award, and the Pulitzer Prize. For other winning reads, be sure to explore the library's awards page

Have you ever wondered which books are considered to be classics around the globe? If so, give these titles a try. 

Perhaps the classics assigned to you as a student didn't impress you at all. If that's the case, here's a list of books you may have actually enjoyed reading in school. 

If language intrigues you and you'd like to delve into all of its intricacies, be sure to explore books for language lovers everywhere.  

Are you looking for classics you can read in an afternoon? Try these classics for readers short on time

Have more time to spare? Here are some classics to read over time

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