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Off The SHelf
   
  The Easton Area Public Library has several new ways for you to discover books and other materials while access to our collections is limited:
 
  • To help you find that next great read when you just are not sure what you want, we are offering a request form for a personalized book list.
  • We also offer book recommendation videos featuring books on varying topics. Currently we have videos for Children's books. Stay tuned this fall for videos featuring YA and Adult books.  
 
  • And don't forget to check out our antiracism reading lists for all ages. 
   

Bookmark this page and stay tuned as we add new ways to browse our shelves and help you find your next read. What will you pull "off the shelf" next??
   
Personalized Book List
Are you looking for books for you and your family but don't have any idea where to start? Let us provide you with a personalized recommended reading list. You can ask for a list focused on:
  • Teen Books
  • Adult Fiction
  • Adult Non-Fiction
Answer a few basic questions to help us get started. After we receive your request, our expert staff will compile a list of book recommendations and respond through email within 2 weeks.

What you do with this list will be up to you. Place holds online on the items of interest, call the library and ask staff to place holds for you, or file the list for future reference.

Book Recommendation Videos
Looking for children's books and miss browsing our shelves? Browse our shelves through video!

  BOOK RECOMMENDATIONS VIDEO SERIES
Looking for your next favorite book? Introducing to Off the Shelf at EAPL.
In this video series, we offer book recommendations on a variety of topics and themes.

Check out one or more of these options by visiting the catalog online or in person at the library. What will you pull "off the shelf" next??  

ANTIRACISM RESOURCES
This page features antiracism resources for all ages available in our collections, links to external resources, and information about library programs that promote antiracist conversation within our community and with our patrons.