When John Grisham is out, Mary Higgins Clark is on hold and Harry Potter is nowhere
NoveList® can help you find your next book to
your guide to fiction
This database of over 143,000 fiction titles for readers of all ages lets you use
your favorite author to link to other books you might enjoy. Grisham fans can find
over 200 other legal thrillers they might like to read and you can locate hundreds
of fantasies with young heroes!
The “For Readers” tab provides additional material for fiction exploration.
For example, Author Read-alikes list the appeal factors of your favorite authors
and suggest other authors or titles that are similar. “What We’re Reading” lists
the current titles being read by nationally-known fiction experts.
Looking for a book for your next book group meeting?
Click on the Book Discussion Guides link to find over 100 in-depth book discussion
guides for popular book group titles. Each guide contains a brief author biography,
a plot summary and discussion questions (with answers!). These guides are guaranteed
to make your next book club meeting one of the best.
Don’t belong to a club? These guides are a great way for independent readers to deepen
their individual enjoyment and experience of a good book.
TIP: You can also browse complete lists of award winning titles in NoveList’s
Best Fiction section—another way to find books for your group.
Looking for a book to help your first-grader get ready for the first day of school?
Use Describe A Plot and enter the words that describe the book you would like to
read. NoveList uses over 36,000 subject headings to describe the books contained
in our database—but don’t worry about learning all those headings—Describe a Plot
lets you enter your own words and we look for books that you will enjoy.
TIP: The School Resources tab offers additional book lists for young readers.
TIP: If you are looking for a list or article on a specific topic, use the
Article and List search at the “Search Our Database” tab.