Librarians take the lead in these novels, all in different ways. Solving mysteries, falling in love, and even fighting vampires are the extracurricular activities of these information professionals. Take a look at this list for a story to your liking, or ask your favorite librarian for another librarian-centric title!
Historical Fiction. Librarian Alice Grace Ripley finds herself without a job in the midst of the Great Depression, and her boyfriend has dumped her. She decides to try something different: delivering books to a rural Kentucky library. After she gets to Acorn with the books, Alice stays to help the librarian there and then settles in as a member of the community. Set in 1936, this novel vividly portrays the Great Depression and the New Deal, as Alice learns to live "a godly life in an ungodly world" (Booklist). Try Elizabeth Musser's The Sweetest Thing for another inspirational coming-of-age story set in the 1930s.