Reader's Resources

The Ridgefield Library provides a wealth of resources for readers of all kinds. Whether you’re looking for suggestions on what to read next, looking for book club resources, or want to find out about programs for booklovers, we’re always here to help you. We offer reading materials in multiple formats including large print, books on CD, downloadable audiobooks, and more.

Contact: Dorothy Pawlowski, Adult Services, 203-438-2282 x1003 dlpawl@ridgefieldlibrary.org

 

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Finding a Good Book

Finding a Good BookThe Ridgefield Library offers a wealth of online and print resources for matching readers and books. Click on this link to access, award-winners and best-sellers, booklists by subject and genre, links to online resources, websites for booklovers, and more.

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Book Club Corner

Book Club ResourcesEverything you need to know to select titles for and run a book discussion group. Find out how the Ridgefield Library can provide multiple copies of books for local book groups and more.





Library Programs for Booklovers

Library Programs for BookloversOngoing programs include author talks, Books & Breakfast, two fiction book discussion groups, a mystery book discussion group, poetry and non-fiction discussion groups, and more.

 



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