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Materials Selection Policy

Charlotte Mecklenburg Library will select and preserve, without bias or limitation on the right to know, a comprehensive collection of print, non-print and electronically accessed materials to meet the informational, educational, recreational and cultural needs of all citizens of Mecklenburg County...

NoveList Plus

Wondering what to read next? NoveList provides reading recommendations for fiction and nonfiction materials for adults, teens, tweens (ages 9-12) and children (ages 0-8). Also includes Feature Articles, Book Discussion Guides, and BookTalks. NoveList Plus is well known as the best reader's advisory...

Books and Authors

Looking for a good book, but not sure where to start? Books and Authors is a literary collection of who, what, where, & when that lets you browse by character, subject, location and time period.

OverDrive eReading Room: Kids Collection

OverDrive eReading Room: Kids Collection offers e-books, digital audiobooks, and streaming videos. The Kids Collection includes picture books, youth fiction, youth nonfiction, and more. Kids can browse, sample, place holds and borrow titles appropriate for their age range and reading level.  No...

OverDrive eReading Room: Teen Collection

The OverDrive eReading Room: Teen Collection site filters the Library's OverDrive collection to show only Teen content, which gets teens to the titles they want faster! Browsing can be done by subject, format or genre, and the advanced search feature allows filtering by availability, language, date...


OverDrive is a collection of e-books and digital audiobooks offered by the library.  E-books and audiobooks can be downloaded to your computer, tablet, (including Kindle), or mobile device.  OverDrive e-book titles can be read online using OverDrive Read and audiobooks can be listened to online...

Matthews Fiction Writing Contest Winners!

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This  summer, Matthews Library held its very first Flash Fiction Writing Contest for adults. With our wonderful panel of judges (all gifted writers themselves), the submissions were narrowed to three overall winners and two honorable mentions. All entries had to be under 1000 words, and we received...

Celebrating Autism Awareness Month with YA Fiction

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April is National Autism Awareness Month, and with it comes many ways of sharing information about autism with our teen community. To support those with Autism, and to share stories about autism, we have put together a book list for teens to read about autism. The Reason I Jump by Naoki Higashida...

“Amtrak Joe” Biden and President Obama Become Fiction’s Newest Detectives

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The premise of the book is preposterous: Barack Obama and Joe Biden as criminal investigators? That’s the new relationship writer Andrew Shaffer envisions for the former politicians in his new novel Hope Never Dies.   Shaffer moves the politicians and pals into a “buddy detective” phase, working as...

Children's Fiction: Let's Celebrate Winter!

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It’s still getting darker earlier, and the temperatures continue to drop. We have made it to a new year and January is the perfect time of year share a fun book with family, while making paper snowflakes while staying warm this winter. Below are some perfect picture books to share with your little...

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