Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Top Ten Tuesday: Most Circulated Audiobooks

Here are the audiobooks that have been checked out most frequently at the Dick Smith Library:
  1. Harry Potter series, by J. K. Rowling - six of the the seven audiobooks in this series would be in the top ten list, so in the interest of variety, I'm lumping them all together as number one.  Narrated by the incomparable Jim Dale, these are a real treat.
  2. The lion, the witch and the wardrobe, by C. S. Lewis - PZ7.L58474 LI 2000
  3. On the street where you live, by Mary Higgins Clark - PS3553.L287 O5 2001
  4. I don't know how she does it: the life of Kate Reddy, working mother, by Allison Pearson - PR6116.E17 I2 2002
  5. The bear and the dragon, by Tom Clancy - PS3553.L245 .B42 2000
  6. Guns, germs, and steel: the fates of human societies, by Jared Diamond - HM206 .D48 1999
  7. Mere Christianity, by C.S. Lewis - BT77 .L348 2000
  8. - a tie: The Da Vinci code, by Dan Brown - PS3552.R685434 D3 2003B,
  9. and The secret life of bees, by Sue Monk Kidd - PS3561 .I44 S38 2001
  10. - a tie: Standing in the rainbow, by Fannie Flagg - PS3556 .L26 S73 2002,
    The fourth hand, by John Irving - PS3559.R8 F68 2001,
    Shopgirl, by Steve Martin - PS3563.A7293 S56,
    and Junie B. Jones CD edition, Books 1-8, by Barbara Park - PZ7.P2197 J86 2003
  11. - a tie: Black Hawk down, by Mark Bowden - DT407.4 .B69 1999,
    Instant immersion Spanish - PC4111.I57 2002 (we also have the advanced edition - PC4117.I57 2002),
    and The lord of the rings, by J.R.R. Tolkien - PR6039.O32 L6372 1990
You can find these on the lower level of the library, in the AV section to the right as you exit the stairs or elevator.

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