Answered By: Jennifer Harris
Last Updated: Feb 28, 2017     Views: 28

The Shapiro Library does have some fiction books (and audio books) available for checkout. It may be easiest to determine what book you want to read and search for it rather than trying to browse fiction books in our collection.

Here are some examples of award-winning title lists you may want to explore:

You can search for a specific book by using the Online Library Catalog (if you are off campus and need the book mailed to you, click here for instructions).

If we don't have the book you'd like to read, you can search WorldCat to determine if your local library owns the book. You can go to your local public library website to search for the book and possibly check it out from there.*

If you want to find more about a particular book and author, check out this page on Literature resources or use one of our popular literature databases:

*Your local public library usually has access to popular fiction and non-fiction.

  • Public libraries have more extensive collections of popular materials
  • Public libraries often subscribe to popular electronic book collections through services like OverDrive and OneClickDigital

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