Book Fix: Uncovering adventures

Your vacation may be over, but adventures are possible anytime. We’ve pulled together book recommendations to keep your reading on the move. These are a sample of the Adventure lists available on your library catalog.

  1. Go to the catalog
  2. Select “list” as your search category.
  3. Type “TSCPL Adventures” in the search box.

Then all our bold adventure lists will be uncovered.


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Dawn Buttery recommends some great picture books for armchair travel full of adventure that take you far and not so far away.


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Your life as a Victorian is about to begin in these picks from Julie Nelson.


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What do you get when you combine the best adventure storylines, fantastic animation, and your own control and imagination? Video games! Here are Anna Franz’s suggestions for learning more about the history of video games and imagining what life could be like if we lived in a video game.


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Andrea Bair compiled middle grade and teen series that have schools, magic and adventure.


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Tanya Walsh highlights stories of adventures in the spaces between consciousness and other-consciousness.


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A tabletop role-playing game is designed to bring a group of people together, give them a few rules and let them work together to tell stories of all types. Shelby Schellenger recommends these role-playing game titles.


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Emery Compton follows the danger and challenges of real-life adventurers. Some don’t return and those who do have been changed by the adventure.

Ginger Park

Ginger Park is the library’s communications editor. She helps spread the word about all the amazing library resources, services and staff. Ginger has a bachelor's and master’s in communication from Washburn and K-State. She is a Big Sister with Big Brothers Big Sisters and a volunteer at Helping Hands Humane Society. She loves reading fiction and always has a stack of books waiting to be read. Ginger lives in Topeka with her husband and two dogs.