FIND A GOOD BOOK

SEARCH OUR CATALOG ONLINE
To search for items at the Richmond Free Library, visit rfl.kohavt.org. Our catalog contains DVDs as well as audiobooks and graphic novels. You do not need to log in to search, but if you want to place a hold on an item you must be logged in; see below for how to log in to your account.

To renew or review your checked out items , or to place holds for items at Richmond Free Library, go to rfl.kohavt.org.  Your username is the barcode on your library card, and your password is your last name.   If you have changed your password and don’t remember it, please call the library.

Listen Up Vermont (Audio & eBooks)
Audiobooks and eBooks are available for patrons to download at listenupvermont.org. Simply click on the “sign in” link at the top right on their homepage, select “Richmond Free Library” from the menu that appears, and use your library barcode number to sign in.

If you need instructions or help on how to borrow, listen or return audiobooks, click here. For instructions or help with ebooks, click here.   At the bottom of the Listen Up Vermont homepage, there are links to help and applications required to download to your device.  Many titles also have a streaming option and no additional application will be necessary.

RB Digital (Audio & eBooks) Thousands of additional audiobooks and eBooks are also available for  download at http://vermontstate.rbdigital.com.  Titles listed are always available with unlimited number of simultaneous check-outs and all titles are compatible with iPods.   Users will need to set up an account with One-Click Digital using their patron barcode from the back of the library card.   Look for the “Register” link on the right side of the page.

If you need instructions or help on how to use RB Digital, visit their website here.

Vermont Online Library (Reference)
The Vermont Online Library offers a wide range electronic information databases on a variety of topics for all age levels, for generalists as well as specialists.  It also includes many full-text reference titles.

 

 

Can’t Decide What to Read (or Listen to) Next – Try some of the sites below:

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Bookseer: Just finished a book you loved and you’re not sure what to read next? Put in the book you just finished and it will give suggestions on what to read next.

WhatShouldIReadNext: Enter a book or author you like and this website will search its database for other possible favorites!

Whichbook: A completely new way of choosing what to read. Not genre based, give it a try.

Reading the Past: Previews of upcoming Historical Fiction and reviews.

The Gumshoe Site: Covering Mystery Fiction and the authors who write it.

All About Romance: Online since October of 1996 this resource is an excellence source of information on new and old in Romance Fiction.

SFBook: Science Fiction book resource for news and reviews.

Overbooked: A web site for ravenous readers. Overbooked specializes in providing timely information about literary & genre fiction as well as readable nonfiction.

Genrefluent: By the author of the book “Genreflecting.” A classic annual publication covering fiction in many genres.

EarlyWord: Used by librarians to see what’s coming next. Contains some bestseller lists.

 

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