The Last Thing He Told Me…was that this book was going to be incredibly popular with patrons at the Downtown branch. It’s Better This Way by Debbie Macomber was the second most popular adult fiction Downtown. John Grisham’s The Judge’s List was the most popular fiction title for patrons at the Ladd branch.
The memoir Crying in H Mart by Michelle Zauner has been featured on several best sellers lists and was the most popular nonfiction title for patrons Downtown. This title was also the Read Woke Adult Book Box pick for March. The event is already full but you can learn more about the initiative here. Ladd patrons were in the mood for some Happy Cooking instead.
Young adult fiction fans Downtown have returned to Panem with The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes. Perhaps to figure out how the tyrannical rule began? Ladd patrons brought the backlist title Ash Princess by Laura Sebastian back to the top of the list. Sebastian also released the first book in a new young adult trilogy at the end of the month, Castles in Their Bones.
Patrons at the Downtown branch made Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Double Down their favorite children’s book for the second month in a row while patrons at Ladd brought Clifford and the Big Storm to the list.