Patrons of Prince William Public Libraries now have free access to BookBrowse.com, the leading book recommendation and review website, through its Digital Library, pwcva.gov/digitallibrary. Patrons can access all of BookBrowse, including its premium content, from anywhere at any time.
The very best books entertain, engage, and enlighten. They wrap us in their world, giving us a window into the lives of others or a mirror to reflect on ourselves. These are the books you'll find on BookBrowse – such as novels that whisk you to unfamiliar times and places, thrillers that are more than just "page-turners," and thought-provoking nonfiction that entertains as it informs.
Here are a few highlights of what BookBrowse has to offer:
All books link directly to Prince William Public Libraries' online catalog so you can check availability with one click. BookBrowse is easy to use and is filled with great content. Because patrons can also access it outside of the library, it's the next best thing to having your own personal librarian.
About Prince William Public Libraries
Prince William Public Libraries consists of 12 branches throughout Prince William County and the City of Manassas, providing free access to books, e-books, e-audio, print and digital magazines, Digital Library, and CDs/DVDs. PWPL also offers free educational and entertaining programs for all ages. Learn more at pwcva.gov/library.
Founded in 1998, BookBrowse.com is an online magazine and recommendation source for readers. It is particularly suited to book club members and those who read to expand their horizons. Some of BookBrowse's content is publicly available, but many premium features are accessible only by subscription. Patrons of Prince William Public Libraries can access BookBrowse from anywhere at any time by going to pwcva.gov/digitallibrary.
Rachel Johnson, Communication Services Division Chief
Prince William Public Libraries
Davina Morgan-Witts, Publisher