Fact and Fiction Recommends Winter 2021

Posted on December 22, 2020

by Fact and Fiction

Located on the first floor of Main Library, the Fact and Fiction Department is here to help you find your next great read! Stocked with a large collection of books, magazines, historical periodicals, and government documents, we have something for everyone.

Our Librarians are also available for one-on-one consultations for in-depth reference and research questions. Email Fact.Fiction@toledolibrary.org or call 419.259.5311 to make an appointment.

We hope you enjoy the reading recommendations featured in this blog post. If you would like additional recommendations, let us know – we’re always happy to help!

Erin Recommends

Cover of All Adults Here

All Adults Here
By Emma Straub

Print   |   Large Print   |   eBook   |   eAudiobook

A family drama proving that all families have secrets- some heart-breaking others comical. Three reasons to read this book: witty, flawed relationships and likable characters.

Rebecca Recommends

Cover of The Yard

The Yard
By Alex Grecian

Print   |   Audiobook   |   eBook

Victorian murder mystery not about Jack the Ripper! Three reasons to read this book: likeable and funny characters, suspense, and first in a great series.

Vickie Recommends

Cover of All Our Wrong Todays

All Our Wrong Todays
By Elan Mastai

Print   |   Large Print   |   eBook   |   eAudiobook

What do you do when you have a time machine? Something stupid. Three reasons to read this book: time travel, nerd science and romance.

Tess Recommends

Cover of The Duke and I

The Duke and I
By Julia Quinn

Print   |   Large Print

First in a Regency romance series about the Bridgerton family. Three reasons to read this book: witty, likeable characters, and Netflix series.

April Recommends

Looking for more related content?

Here are a few selections just for you!

  • Beach vacations can be a blast. Unless you're a character in a book, in which case maybe you should just stay home.

  • Celebrate the late Tim Sale with some of his greatest comics.

  • If you find parades and crowds overwhelming, there are still a lot of ways to celebrate Pride! Here are some great ideas for quiet gays (or introverts in general).