Stumped on which book you should read next? We're here to help! Ask a YA Librarian for a suggestion or try one of these other ideas.
Click on one of the covers below for a list of award-winning books or new YA books at our library.
NoveLIst Plus can be used in the library (no card needed), or from home (by entering the unique 14 digit barcode, starting with 22778....) on the back of your Evergreen Park Public Library card.
Looking for a good fiction or nonfiction book? Search by age, subject, plot summary, and more. Over 200,000 fiction and readable nonfiction titles included, plus feature content including lists of award-winning books, book discussion guides, recommended reads and more, NoveList Plus is a complete readers’ resource. Click here!
Reading Rants -The reviews on this site are separated into fun categories like “Graphic Fantastic” and “Reality Bites!” They also provide links to other teen book review sites.
Teen Ink - This site contains reviews for commercial and independent works. You can read and write to your heart’s content. There are contributions are from teens from all over the country!
Teen Reads - A great site for information about young adult books. If you are looking for a book to read, check out their reviews section. You can sort your selections by author, genre, or date.
Ebooks, Audiobooks, & Videos
You can download eBooks, audiobooks, and videos to your iPod, MP3 player, eReader, or computer through our Media on Demand service. These are for your use in the library, or from home by entering the unique 14 digit barcode (starting with 22778....) on the back of your Evergreen Park Public Library card.
Click here if you're new to Media on Demand.
Click here to view our eBood, audiobook, and streaming movie collections available for all ages.
Need help downlading your e-book or audiobook? Stop by the Reference desk and one of our staff can help you get started!
Library Catalog - SWAN
Click here to check out the Evergreen Park Public Library collection as well as the 70+ other libraries that are part of the SWAN system.