Tazewell County Public Library

Books & Reading



Are you trying to find out what the next book in Robert Jordan’s Wheel of Time series is? Did you like the character Sherlock Holmes and want to read more books about him?  eSequels is a  great reader’s guide to novels in series. You can browse by author, title, character, location, and subject.

Libby & Overdrive

Borrow Fiction, Nonfiction, or Children’s eBooks with Overdrive Media Console straight to your tablet, ereader, or computer with your library card. We have over 4,500 ebooks  or 3,000 eAudiobooks to choose from. You can check out 4 ebooks at one time.

If you need additional assistance, check out Overdrive’s Help page or contact us at the library.

Zinio Downloadable Magazines

Download titles such as National Geographic, The Oprah Magazine, and Food Network Magazine..

Recommended Websites

Book and Media Awards:  This resource links to many of the awards that the American Library Association gives out every year, including the Newberry and Caldecott Medal.

Book Spot – Book Awards: More awards resource links to other popular book awards, including  the Nobel Prize, National Book Award, Pulitzer, etc.

Fantastic Fiction: Up-to-date information about upcoming books, including access to over 30,000 authors and over 350,000 books.

Fresh Fiction – Book and Authors in the National Media:  Can’t remember the name of that book you saw on television last week, this resource will help you find what book was being talked about.

Goodreads: Get recommendations for new books and authors on this outstanding book resource.

New York Times Bestsellers: See what the popular fiction and non-fiction sellers are throughout the U.S.

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    129 Main St.
    P.O. Box 929
    Tazewell, VA 24651
    (276) 988-2541

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    108 Huffard Drive
    Bluefield, VA 24605
    (276) 326-1577

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    P.O. Box 860
    Richlands, VA 24641
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