We know that our customers love Denver Public Library’s many services and resources, and while the doors are temporarily closed, our minds are not! Our Personalized Reading List service gave close to 800 customers over 5,000 recommendations in 2019 - can you help us top that in 2020?
Here’s how easy it is - you fill out this Personalized Reading List form telling us what you like and what you don’t, and one of our advisors will customize a list of recommended titles just for you and email it to you in about a week with links to items in our catalog. If a recommended title is only available in print, take a few minutes to log into your library account and create a To Put On Hold list so when our doors open, you can start filling your shelf again!
Whether you read or listen to escape or learn or be informed, Denver Public Library has vast collections of electronic resources for your use. While some may require getting into a hold queue, there are many more that you can download immediately. Of course, our RBdigital eaudiobook and magazine collection never requires holds. We also offer Always Available Audiobooks via Overdrive, ranging from Thich Nhat Hanh’s The Miracle of Mindfulness to Karin Slaughter’s The Last Widow. Another great resource to know about is the Internet Archive, a non-profit library of millions of free books, movies, software, music, websites, and more.
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