The Smart Store always has new material coming in the door, so we have created a few lists to help you find the book or resource that will help you in your day or relax after a long one.

Need Something We Don't Have?     Request it. If you are unable to find a particular book, CD, or DVD in our catalog, request it and we will add it to our collection.

Interested in Ereaders?  The Library has circulating Kindle ereaders available! Take one home to see if you like it or grab one for that upcoming vacation.

 

Fiction Best Sellers     Looking for something good to read or you heard about a new book? Here is what The New York Times says is hot among readers across the country.

Nonfiction Best Sellers Stories are great but sometimes you want to read about someone's life, a hot topic in the country, or just learn something new. Here are the best selling books in the country on the New York Times Nonfiction list.

Heard Abouts     What new books are being talked about on TV, radio and in the newspaper?

Staff Picks     Library staff recommend their favorite books.

Award Winners     Find out which books, films, and music have won top honors.

Book Discussion Groups     Get talking with other readers who enjoy the same kind of books as you.  Check out the library's schedule of discussion groups.

Online Book Clubs     Want a great way to see if a book is for you?  Sign up for an online book club and read a couple of chapters before you check it out at the library.

 

  • One Book, One Community

    Reserve your copies today

    Each year Stark County residents read a common book to spark community conversation. This year’s book selection: Gaining Ground by Forrest Pritchard and Seedfolks by Paul Fleischman for young readers.

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  • Born To Run

    The Bruce Springsteen Collection

    Bruce Springsteen's autobiography releases on September 27th. Reserve your copy and celebrate "The Boss" with the full Springsteen collection.

    Browse The Collection

  • Discover your roots

    Fall genealogy training events

    Did you know the library has trained genealogy staff, access to databases, court records, the Federal census, and other resources to find clues—all for free? Check out these events to uncover hidden history.

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  • Fall At The Smart Store

    (September–November)

    Discover everything FREE to read, watch, listen and do at your Library. Read More

     

     

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