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Summer Tales: Your Next Book

Summer Tales was launched to create virtual communities for students taking classes remotely promising short mental breaks from coursework through a fool-proof method of distraction.

What Should I Read Next?

"When in doubt, go to the library."  With 4.3 million print and 3.3 million eBooks, Rutgers libraries have something to offer to everyone at any time on any topic. Check out our tips how to find the next book to read, if you know the author and title, if you liked a book and want to find similar titles, or if you just want to browse the collection for eBooks and print.

Related Guides

Resources to Find your Next Book

Free Books Online

Graduating soon? Losing your privileges at Rutgers Libraries? Afraid to download a virus along with your next book? Here are a few open access, freely available, and reliable resources.

Popular Sites for Readers

You can also find a large selection of books to browse on social media platforms, such as

goodreads

LibraryThing         

 

 

Looking for a particular title? We recommend WorldCat to check availability in nearby libraries by zip code.

  OCLC WorldCat

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