Find The Latest Books & More
Join the club to get books by your favorite authors without having to personally place the holds for them by joining our Bestsellers Club.
You can also sign up for our NextReads newsletter to find out about the latest new books!
View a list of Forthcoming Bestsellers here.
From the latest bestsellers to literary classics, the Newburgh Free Library is sure to have something for your leisure reading.
Browse our Popular Reading area on the Main floor where you will find:
- Bestsellers and new titles in all genres
- Paperbacks in all genres
- African American Fiction
- Urban Fiction
Or browse the older fiction area to discover a hidden gem or revisit an old favorite. Here you will find:
- Older fiction in all genres
- Classic Paperbacks
- Large Print Books
If it’s Non-Fiction you’re looking for, visit the “New Non-Fiction” area on the 2nd floor to locate the latest in:
- True Crime
- Non-fiction that reads like fiction.
And if we do not own what you are looking for in the Library’s Online Catalog, try one of these options. If we do own the book and it is checked out, simply place a hold on the title in the Online Catalog and we will notify you as soon as it is available.
Need suggestions on what to read next?
Stop by the Customer Service Desk. Our staff will be happy to help you find your next perfect read!
We also offer reading suggestions for book groups and can often provide multiple copies of your selected title.
Find a Good Read
Novelist – This database helps fiction readers find the perfect book to read. Search by favorite author, title, genre or plot description to locate other authors and titles of interest. Includes book discussion guides. (RCLS Library card required)
New York Times
Publishers Weekly – Fiction
Publishers Weekly – Non-fiction
Most Downloaded eBooks from Overdrive
BEST BOOKS & WINNERS
Bram Stoker Awards
National Book Awards
REVIEWS & RECOMMENDATIONS
African American Literature Book Club
Latin American Review of Books
Latino Book Reviews
Mystery Readers International
QBR-The Black Book Review
SF Book Reviews
Stop, You’re Killing Me