All Richmond Public Library locations provide curbside services. Computer access is suspended until further notice effective December 28. Visit our Reopening Page to learn more about the many services available.

Reading Recommendations

(category archive)

Book Horoscopes – Capricorn

Posted about 6 days ago by Robyn Webb
Every month of 2021 we will be sharing a tailored horoscope blog post for the current sun sign. We are a little late for Capricorn but please forgive me. Especially […]
Continue Reading

2021 Teen Reading Challenge: Immigration in the U.S.

Posted about 2 weeks ago by Jennifer Deuell
Hello readers! Have you decided to partake in our first ever Teen Reading Challenge? If so, have you gotten started yet? Maybe you’re looking for a little inspiration. Well, I’ve […]
Continue Reading

Black Lives Matter: Kids Edition

Posted about 3 weeks ago by Naomi D'Archangel
    It may be a New Year but these issues are still as prevalent as ever. Kids are never too young to start learning about the world around them. […]
Continue Reading

The Ultimate Annual Richmond Public Library Staff Pick List: Best books of the worst year edition

Posted about 4 weeks ago by Natalie Draper
Happy New Year and Goodbye, 2020, readers! I asked the staff once again to share with you all what their favorite read of the past year has been. To say […]
Continue Reading

Celebrate the Days – January

Posted about 4 weeks ago by Meg Raymond
Posted in Reading Recommendations | Tagged with
  Let’s start 2021 with reasons to have a little party every day. There are holidays and observances every day of every month – so many reasons to celebrate!I’m not […]
Continue Reading

Most Anticipated YA Books of 2021 (the first half)

Posted about 1 month ago by Jennifer Deuell
Last December, I made a list of my 10 most anticipated ya books to be released in 2020. It was so well received that I’ve decided to make it an […]
Continue Reading

Comics Club Close-up: Paulina Ganucheau

Posted about 1 month ago by Robyn Webb
Starting this past September we offered a monthly virtual comics meeting to talk about, share, and create comics together! If you missed the Tween Comics Club or just want to […]
Continue Reading

YA Books with Jewish Protagonists

Posted about 2 months ago by Jennifer Deuell
I initially set out wanting to write this post about YA Hanukkah books; however, there are not many (or any) of those.  That’s a bummer! If you are a Jewish […]
Continue Reading

Misleading Fiction Titles

Posted about 2 months ago by Meg Raymond
The library has nonfiction books that aim to teach readers new skills. Want to learn to bring old clothes back to life, brew beer, or raise chickens? There are books […]
Continue Reading

New Reads in Magical Realism, Hot (Or At Least Lukewarm) Off the Presses!

Posted about 2 months ago by Alexandra Zukas
Okay, so what is magical realism, anyway? Pretty straightforward: It’s fiction that’s very much anchored in our world, but maintains some element of the fantastical. Often–but not always–these elements go […]
Continue Reading