Check here to learn about book club meetings, reading programs, and other events for adults.

RBdigital Magazines

This video focuses on one of the digital collections available with an InfoSoup library card, RBdigital Magazines. 

Take a look at this video to learn more about RBdigital Magazines:


Winter Reading Program - Cozy Up and Read

January 14th - February 22nd
Brrr! It is cold outside, but it won't matter if you are snug inside and wrapped up in a good book! 
Participate in the Winter Reading Program and you will be rewarded with a few things that will warm you up this winter. 
Stop in the library for more details and to sign up.  All ages are welcome to participate.

Book Club

Thursday, February 21, 2019 - 1:00pm to 2:00pm
Author: Jeffery Archer

Want to read this book and join a book discussion?

Click on the title to reserve a copy of this book.

Goodreads Group

Join Our Goodreads Groups!

Goodreads is a free website that allows you to rate, recommend, and explore books of all genres, age levels, and authors. You can keep track of books you have read, as well as books you want to read. You can even create a profile to keep track of what your friends are reading as well! To create your own free profile, go to this website and follow the steps for setting up a profile:

After you have created a profile, join the Marion Public Library’s Reading Groups! This will allow you to follow what other Marion Public Library patrons are reading and give you the opportunity to recommend books to others.

To join our Reading Groups:

  1. Go under the “Community” tab at the top of the page and click “Groups”.
  2. Search for the group in the search bar at the top. We have three groups: For young readers: “Marion Public Library Young Readers” For young adult readers: “Marion Public Library Young Adult Readers” For adult readers: “Marion Public Library Adult Readers”
  3. Join the group! Rate, review, discuss, and explore books with other Marion patrons.

If you need any assistance or would like more information, please feel free to ask a librarian.