In the library catalog, what does the location "Reading List" mean?
The libraries buy multiple paperback copies of classic and contemporary titles that often appear on high school reading lists. The titles were not chosen from the list of any particular school, but instead are books we have often been asked for by students. We shelve them together at our branches on the "Reading List" shelves.
For those with e-readers: Some reading list titles (those published before 1923) are now in the public domain and can be downloaded free from Project Gutenberg, Google Books, the Open Library from the Internet Archive, and other sites.