Top Tens for February

If you’re looking for the next great book to read or movie to watch, look no further — you just might find something in these lists! Because these are so popular, you may need to place them on hold — which you can do easily through our website! You just need your User ID (the number on the back of your library card, with no spaces) and your PIN, which you can get from a staff member if you don’t have it. Go to our catalog and search for the item; if it’s checked out, there will be a link available to Place a Hold on the item. Then you’ll get a phone call or an email when the item is available for you to pick up!

You may notice that two of the books in the list are part of our Read2Reel book/movie club. We just watched Atonement and discussed the book; this month (March 27) we will discuss and watch A Good Year.

Top Ten Books

  1. Atonement by Ian McEwan (25 checkouts)
  2. Red Mist by Patricia Cornwell (13 checkouts)
  3. A Good Year by Peter Mayle (13 checkouts)
  4. The Best of Me by Nicholas Sparks (13 checkouts)
  5. The Litigators by John Grisham (9 checkouts)
  6. The Drop by Michael Connelly (8 checkouts)
  7. Lethal by Sandra Brown (7 checkouts)
  8. Killing Lincoln by Bill O’Reilly (7 checkouts)
  9. The Help by Kathryn Stockett (7 checkouts)
  10. Happy Birthday by Danielle Steel (7 checkouts)

Top Ten Movies

  1. Cowboys & Aliens (14 checkouts)
  2. In Time (13 checkouts)
  3. The Thing (12 checkouts)
  4. Dream House (11 checkouts)
  5. Green Lantern (10 checkouts)
  6. Big Year (10 checkouts)
  7. What’s Your Number? (9 checkouts)
  8. Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides (8 checkouts)
  9. Paranormal Activity 3 (8 checkouts)
  10. Captain America (8 checkouts)

 

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