What are the most popular books in the Plano library? Here is a list of what residents ask for the most

If Plano’s public library had a “most wanted” list, those books would be there.

The morning news from Dallas asked the library for a list of its 10 most requested print materials for adults and children, as well as the most popular digital readings.

Topping the list of favorite adult fiction at Plano Public Library is Where the crayfish sing, by Delia Owens, a novel The New York Times Book Review described as “a mysterious murder, a coming-of-age tale and a celebration of nature”. The book also ranked fifth on Plano Library’s Best eBooks list.

But the library’s biggest hits are children’s books, according to the city.

“Our biggest audience is families, so it’s no surprise that if we put together a list of all genres the top ten would be kids’ material,” City spokesperson Steve Stoler said. , in an email response.

Here are the most requested printed adult fiction books, printed children’s books and e-books currently in Plano Public Library.

Adult fiction

  1. Where the crayfish sing by Delia Owens
  2. Sex and Vanity: A Novel by Kevin Kwan
  3. One minute to midnight by David Baldacci
  4. The Sentinel by Lee Child and Andrew Child
  5. The guest list by Lucy Foley
  6. One by one by Ruth Ware
  7. The woman at the window by AJ Finn
  8. Small fires everywhere by Celeste Ng
  9. The silent patient by Alex Michaelides
  10. 500 miles from you: a novel by Jenny Colgan

Children’s books

  1. Waiting is not easy! by Mo Willems (first reader)
  2. Cyril and Pat by Emily Gravett (picture book)
  3. The pandas problem by Deborah Underwood (picture book)
  4. Goose egg by Liz Wong (picture book)
  5. Give me back my bones! by Kim Norman (picture book)
  6. Saturday by Oge Mora (picture book)
  7. Cake by Sue Hendra (picture book)
  8. Not quite Snow White by by Ashley Franklin (picture book)
  9. Diary of a Wimpy Child: The Ugly Truth # 5 by Jeff Kinney (junior fiction)
  10. The seeds are moving! by Robin Page (junior non-fiction)

Digital books

  1. The guest list: a novel by Lucy Foley
  2. The star giver: a novel by Jojo Moyes
  3. Talking to Strangers: What We Need to Know About People We Don’t Know by Malcolm Gladwell
  4. The Vanishing Half: a novel by Brit Bennett
  5. Where the crayfish sing by Delia Owens
  6. To become by Michelle Obama
  7. The ballad of songbirds and snakes (The Hunger Games # 0) by Suzanne Collins
  8. The Sentinel by Lee Child and Andrew Child

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