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Browse our new books, audiobooks & movies for adults, young adults, children and en español. See something you are interested in? Click on it to find more information and place it on hold.

Need help finding a title? Here are a few suggestions for finding new materials:

For new books we would recommend Fantastic Fiction, which one can browse by genre or author; and Book Marks, which includes reviews of titles, reading lists, and interviews with authors and critics.

If you’re looking for something that encompasses both new and old books, we would recommend some list like the Listopia page on Goodreads, a nearly endless trove of reading suggestions sorted by an array of criteria.

If you know a genre or kind of book you like, just Googling this can actually be quite helpful in finding something to read you wouldn’t otherwise have known about. 

NPR’s Book Concierge allows you to search for books from the previous year by subject matter and different interests.

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Fantastic Fiction

Search and browse bibliographies of over 50,000 bestselling fiction authors, with the latest books and series information

 Follow your favorite authors
 Keep a list of books you want to read
 Keep track of the books you’ve read

Book Marks by Literary Hub

Book Marks exists to serve as a consolidated information resource for the reading public and a link between the worlds of literary creation, criticism and consumption. We hope it will bring more attention to great books and great criticism.

Listopia by GoodReads

Deciding what to read next?

You’re in the right place. Tell us what titles or genres you’ve enjoyed in the past, and we’ll give you surprisingly insightful recommendations.

NPR's Book Concierge

Mix and match filters and publication years to explore more than 2,000 recommendations from NPR staff and trusted critics.

Selections from Our Collection

Click below to see highlights from our collection. By clicking on a book title, it will take you to our catalog so you can check it out (you’ll need your library username or account number and your password).

House & Home – February 26, 2021

Feeling the need to declutter, organize, or create a new look for your home or home office? Here are a number of books to inspire and help tackle even the most daunting challenges!


2020 Mysteries & Thrillers – January 29, 2021

With all the craziness of the last year, you might have missed the latest by your favorite author. Catch up on some of the mysteries and thrillers that came out in 2020.


Cookbooks for Winter – January 8, 2021

With the start of a new year, our thoughts turn to home-cooked soups, breads, and comfort foods – or maybe a new diet? Whatever your culinary and health interests, the library has many options to explore new recipes and help you keep your resolutions!


Holiday Books, Fiction & Non-Fiction – December 4, 2020

Are you in the holiday spirit and need some ideas for a novel to read by the fire or some inspiration for crafts, cooking and activities?


How to check out your books & movies

Once you’ve found a few items that pique your interest, you can go onto the Sage Library Systemto put them on hold and pick them up via our Curbside Services. You can also download the SageCat app for Android or IOS.

Have questions? Not able to use our computer system? Call us at 541-386-2535 and we are happy to select titles and place holds for you. 

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Search for new and older titles within the entire system catalog and place them on hold. You can also manage your account from here.

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While our buildings are closed, use Curbside Services to:

  • Pick up holds
  • Printing services
  • Laptops available for day use
  • Wi-Fi available outside buildings 24/7
SageCat App

Manage your books on the go

SageCat is the official app for the Sage Library System. Search the catalog, place holds, renew items and store your library card on any iOS and Android device.

More resources we recommend…

NY Times Best Sellers

New York Times Best Sellers List

Authoritatively ranked lists of books sold in the United States, sorted by format and genre.

Pacific NW Booksellers

Pacific Northwest Independent Bestsellers List

Indie bestsellers lists from the Pacific Northwest Booksellers Association.

American Booksellers Assoc

Indie Bestsellers

Celebrating the diversity of independent bookstores.  (Scroll down to select PDF/DOC)


American Library Association

Recommended Reading lists

A collection of the American Library Association’s literature award winners and various notable reading lists.

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