We have officially opened the voting to select the title for On The Same Page 2022.

We will choose one of the books from the list below for our 2022 Community Read coming up this fall, and we need your vote. Scroll down to read descriptions of this year's book selections.
You can vote for the titles you are interested in for this year's community read using the ballot at the bottom of this page.

About the titles

Man's Search For Meaning by Viktor Frankl

Viktor Frankl’s memoir of his imprisonment in a concentration camp during World War II and what he learned from the resilience of his fellow prisoners..

Man's Search For Meaning

Mexican Gothic
Mexican Gothic by Silvia Moreno-Garcia

After receiving a frantic letter from her cousin begging for help, a young woman heads to High Place, a house in the Mexican countryside, where she discovers the family’s secrets.

Braiding Sweetgrass Indigenous Wisdom Scientific Knowledge and the Teachings of Plants by Robin Wall Kimmerer

Robin Wall Kimmerer, a botanist and member of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation, looks at how common plants and animals can connect us to the larger world and important life lessons.

Braiding Sweetgrass

The High 5 Habit
The High 5 Habit by Mel Robbins

Motivational speaker Mel Robbins shows how taking better care of yourself can lead to greater happiness and success.

Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel

Civilization has collapsed due to a pandemic and a group of actors roam the Great Lakes region using their creativity to create community.

Station Eleven

The Personal Librarian
The Personal Librarian by Marie Benedict & Victoria Christopher Murray

A novel based on the true story of Belle da Costa Greene, philanthropist J.P. Morgan’s librarian, who acquires rare books for Morgan while passing as a white woman.

All the Bright Places by Niven, Jennifer

Two high school teenagers in small town Indiana pair up on a school project and fall in love, while struggling with grief and suicidal thoughts .

All the Bright Places

You can place your vote in the form below. Please do not vote more than once.
Paper ballots are also available at your library branch.