Track Your Reading History

question.GIFDo you sometimes forget if you have read a certain book or finished all the books in a particular series? KDL offers a quick, easy way to track your reading history. If you sign up for this service, our catalog will begin to keep track of all the books you have checked out, and you will always have a list available to help you remember what you have read.

It’s easy to sign up:

1. Log into your library account.

2. Click on the “My Reading History” icon.




3. Click on the “Opt In” Icon.


Your list will only include items that were checked out after you signed up for the service, so “opt in” today. Lists are completely private, and can only be viewed by you.


Written by Katie


Katie is a Communications Assistant and helps spread the word about all the amazing things taking place at KDL. She loves her job so much that she returned to it following a four-year stint as a stay-at-home mom!

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2 Responses to “Track Your Reading History”

  1. Pam Smith Says:

    It looks like I have history already going back to 2008. Is there anyway to incorporate this with Ebooks? Would there be a way to manually add to the list?

  2. Jeff @ KDL Says:

    Hi Pam,

    Thanks for your inquiry. Because eBooks and eAudiobooks are not checked out through the same system as all of our other materials, they are not automatically added to your reading history. We would like to be able to offer you the ability to add items to your history manually, but the software doesn’t allow that at this time. We have asked our software vendor to add this feature and are hopeful that it will become available in the future.

    In the meantime, we are close to completing work on a feature that will allow you to create your own lists of materials, sort of like the Wish List feature on These lists will allow you to add titles for eBooks and eAudiobooks, but they are not integrated with your reading history.

    Keep watching the KDL Blog for more information on when this new feature will be available.