BookPage is a monthly reading recommendation guide for public library patrons, available in both print and digital editions. Our trusted book reviews, author interviews and special features are informative, engaging and accessible, helping every reader discover their next great book.

BookPage isn’t just an indispensable book discovery tool for library patrons. Library staff love it too! Our editorial content and promotional tools provide librarians valuable support with readers’ advisory, collection development, circulation and community outreach.

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I read it because our customers love it. We need to have all the titles in BookPage, because it creates demand, and that’s a good thing!
Wendy B.,Cuyahoga County Public Library
I pay attention to the items in BookPage because our patrons do. I am thankful for a publication that pulls out such a nice selection every month.
Jennifer W., Wellfleet Public Library
BookPage is a fantastic resource for professionals selecting and purchasing materials for their collections. It provides great reviews on titles to consider for purchasing. Our patrons enjoy picking up a copy and have made several purchase requests from the material.
Candace W., Monticello Public Library
We love being able to offer this publication to our patrons. It’s also a great resource for staff and good RA conversation starter. It is one of my favorite resources for quick, easy access to upcoming titles to be excited about. I refer to this for book club selections too.
Erin K., Asotin County Library
I personally enjoy reading BookPage. It gives me reviews I trust in a fun and attractive format. Since our library subscribes to BookPage and it is popular with our patrons, I make sure to purchase items you have reviewed.
Brooke G., Redford Township District Library