Suggest A Title

Thank you for taking the time to suggest an item for the GRRL collection. Your input is valuable and will be considered in accordance with current selection criteria. To ensure that your suggestion is processed quickly, please provide us with as much information as possible below.

ForecastOver one million books are published each year and the library uses resources like Baker and Taylor's Forecast to keep abreast of the latest news in publishing. While the library cannot purchase every new title, we encourage you to suggest titles for purchase.

Suggestions are reviewed daily, Monday-Friday, and items selected for purchase typically appear on the catalog within 4-6 weeks. Please allow one week for processing before contacting the library about the status of your request. If the item is ordered, a request will appear in your Holds list under the My Account tab in the GRRL Catalog. While GRRL strives to make the collection as responsive as possible to community needs, we are unable to purchase every title that is suggested.

Have you searched the catalog for the item you're suggesting? If you are interested in streaming or e-materials have you searched hoopla (requires login/account creation) for the item you’re suggesting? If not, please take a moment to do so before completing this form.

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Interlibrary Loan
GRRL may be able to borrow specialized or out-of-print titles from another library system via interlibrary loan.

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