Suggest a Purchase: Overview

Suggest a Purchase

Suggest a Purchase

We will consider purchasing titles suggested through this form, but we can't guarantee that they will be purchased. If you are requesting that we purchase an eBook or eAudiobook, please log into Libby either in the Libby app or on the Libby website and recommend the title there. We are unable to purchase materials that are out of print; please request these items via InterLibrary Loan.

Purchase Request FAQs

How will I know if you order my request?

How will I know if you order my request?

The best way to find out if we've ordered a title you've requested is to create a 'Saved Search' with an email alert.

We'll run your search and send you an email whenever we have new titles that match the search.

Here's how to get started:

  1. Log in to My Account in the Classic Catalog.
  2. Search for the item you have requested, for example by entering the author's name and the title of the book in the search box.
  3. When your results are displayed, click the "Save My Search" button. The "Save My Search" button will not be available if you are not logged in to your account or if a Keyword search returns no results.  If you do not get any results for a Keyword search, try searching by author or title in the dropdown menu.
  4. Choose "Return to My Account", if "My Saved Searches" isn't on your accounts opening screen then select "My Saved Searches" in the left column.
  5. Make sure to check the "Mark for Email" box and then click "Update List." You will need to have your email address in your My Account.

We'll send you a weekly email with new matches. You can also use and update your saved searches from My Account.

  1. Log in to My Account in the Classic Catalog.
  2. Click the "My Saved Searches" button.
  3. To quickly begin your search, find your saved search in the list and click the "search" link.
  4. To remove a search, click "Mark to Remove" and then "Update List." You may store up to 25 saved searches.


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