Welcome! We hope you enjoy everything our Reading Room has to offer:
Fill out the following form and we will have a librarian select 3 items for you to read, or listen, based on your preferences. We can suggest almost any author, genre in the format you prefer, such as book, eBook, Large Print, audiobook, etc. Selections will based on what is available in the collection.
Learn more about Book Match
NextReads is a service that e-mails you a list of new and upcoming books in the genres of your choice. Choose from a list of categories and receive monthly newsletters listing featured books with synopsis information and links right to the Cherry Hill Public Library catalog. From there you can check for availability or place holds on the books you are interested in. You can sign up for as many newsletters as you like and you can change your preferences at any time. If you are looking for the next book to read - this is the resource for you! Click here to sign-up today!
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An online readers' advisory tool that helps readers find new books based
on books they've read or topics in which they are interested. Click here to
link to this database.
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The Cherry Hill Public Library has approximately 350 periodicals ranging from local, national and international newspapers, magazines and journals for just about every interest. We also keep back issues of magazine for about five years, longer for some titles. Contact our Reference Department if you are looking for a specific article or issue.
Click here to search the Library Catalog to see if we have the periodical you are looking for!
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Book Clubs To Go
This service is ideal for book/reading clubs where one member may check out a bag of 10 to 12 of the same paperback book for six weeks, and share with other members of their club. Each bag includes a brief biography of the author and a list of discussion questions. The library currently has 40 "Book Clubs To Go" titles to choose from! Contact our Reference Department to reserve your club's bag today.
Animal Dreams (Fiction) by Barbara Kingsolver
The Art of Racing in the Rain (Fiction) by Garth Stein
Before You Know Kindness (Fiction) by Christopher A. Bohjalian
Bel Canto (Fiction) by Ann Patchett
Broken for You (Fiction) by Stephanie Kallos
Cleopatra: A Life (Nonfiction) by Stacy Schiff
Day After Night (Fiction) by Anita Diamant
The Devil in the White City (Nonfiction) by Erik Larson
Don’t Let’s Go to the Dogs Tonight (Biography) by Alexandra Fuller
Eat, Pray, Love (Memoir/travelogue) by Elizabeth Gilbert
The Glass Castle: A Memoir (Biography) by Jeannette Walls
The Guernsey Literary and Potato Peel Pie Society (Fiction) by Mary Ann Shaffer and Annie Barrows
The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks (Nonfiction) by Rebecca Skloot
In the Time of the Butterflies (Fiction) by Julia Alvarez
Little Bee (Fiction) by Chris Cleave
Love Medicine (Fiction) by Louise Erdrich
Loving Frank (Fiction) by Nancy Horan
Maisie Dobbs (Mystery) by Jacqueline Winspear
March (Fiction) by Geraldine Brooks
The Memory Keeper’s Daughter (Fiction) by Kim Edwards
Mountains beyond Mountains (Nonfiction) by Tracy Kidder
The Namesake (Fiction) by Jhumpa Lahiri
The Other Boleyn Girl (Fiction) by Philippa Gregory
Persuasion (Fiction) by Jane Austen
Room (Fiction) by Emma Donoghue
The Samurai’s Garden (Fiction) by Gail Tsukiyama
Snow Flower and the Secret Fan (Fiction) by Lisa See
Straight Man (Fiction) by Richard Russo
Their Eyes Were Watching God (Fiction) by Zora Neale Hurston
The Thirteenth Tale (Fiction) by Diane Setterfield
Three Junes (Fiction) by Julia Glass
To Kill a Mockingbird (Fiction) by Harper Lee
A Tree Grows in Brooklyn (Fiction) by Betty Smith
Unless (Fiction) by Carol Shields
Water for Elephants (Fiction) by Sara Gruen
What the Dead Know (Mystery) by Laura Lippman
The Year of Magical Thinking (Biography) by Joan Didion
The Zookeeper’s Wife (Nonfiction) by Diane Ackerman
Special thanks to the Friends of the Library who have generously supported this program.
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Junior Book Clubs To Go
Book Clubs in-a-bag for grades 4-8
Junior Book Clubs To Go is a service that provides book club materials for facilitators to successfully run a book club. Librarians have selected a variety of titles that are appropriate for students in grades 4 through 8.
One member of a book club can check out a bag of paperback books for six weeks. Each bag includes 10 books of the same title, a brief biography of the author, discussion questions, related Web sites, hints on how to run a book club and much more!
Feed, by M.T. Anderson
Hope Was Here, by Joan Bauer
Al Capone Does My Shirts, by Gennifer Choldenko
No Talking. by Andrew Clements
Sahara Special, by Esmi Raji Codell
The Hunger Games, by Suzanne Collins
Because of Winn-Dixie, by Kate DiCamillo
City of Ember, by Jeanne Du Prau
All the Way Home, by Patricia Reilly Giff
Black Book of Secrets, by F.E. Higgins
When Zachary Beaver Came to Town, by Kimberly Willis Holt
Deliver Us From Normal, by Kate Klise
Rules, by Cynthia Lord
Wringer, by Jerry Spinelli
Love, Stargirl, by Jerry Spinelli
A Crooked Kind of Perfect, by Linda Urban
To reserve a Book Club Bag or to find out more about this new service, please contact the Youth Services Department at 856-903-1229.
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