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A Virtual Meeting Place for Books and Readers
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Learn to Download e-Books

summer books

Summer is here and the beach books are calling! Enjoy reading print and e-books from the library; you'll find great suggestions throughout these pages. Don't forget to try your hand at downloading e-books, especially if you like to travel light!

 

Library Resources for Book Lovers

Book Discussions at Your Library

Aspen Hill
Bethesda
Chevy Chase
Damascus
Davis
Germantown
Gaithersburg

Kensington Park
Little Falls
Long Branch
Marilyn J. Praisner
Noyes
Olney 
Poolesville

Potomac
Quince Orchard
Rockville
Silver Spring
Twinbrook
Wheaton
White Oak

Online Book Clubs

Every weekday, you will receive in your email a five-minute selection from a chapter of a book. By the end of the week, you’ll have read 2-3 chapters. Every Monday we start a new book.  You choose the categories of reading you prefer:   Fiction, Nonfiction, Teen, Business, Romance, Good News, Science Fiction, Mystery, Thriller, Audio, Pre-publication, Classics.

Sign up and start reading.

MCPL's Research Databases about Books and Literature for Students and Book Lovers

See these research tools.

Downloadable E-Books and Audiobooks from MCPL's E-Library

Go to the E-Library.

 

Literary Games

book coverCan you identify the sources of these literary quotes in 5 minutes?  Play the game!

 

book coverYou'll have six minutes to name the titles based on the cover illustration.   Play the game!

 

Shout Out Blog

 

#ShelfieSummer

To celebrate reading this summer MCPL invites you to share with us your favorite "shelfies."  A shelfie is simply a picture of a bookshelf. Your picture maybe included on the MCPL Twitter and Facebook pages.

  • On Twitter, tweet your shelfie picture to @MCPL_Libraries and mention #shelfiesummer.
  • On Facebook, send us your shelfie picture in a message to us.

We can't wait to see your shelfies and happy #ShelfieSummer!

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