Tuesday, June 10, 2008

The New York Times Best Sellers on display @ the library

Ever wonder what the rest of America is reading? Next time you’re in the library, check out the New York Times Best Seller Display in the magazine nook. The display shows the front covers of the top 10 fiction and nonfiction books on that week’s list. Updated every Monday, the list lets you see at a glance which books have just made the list and which ones have been on there “forever.”

Feel free to pick up the cover and turn it over to read the summary. Then, if you actually want to read the book, you can reserve it yourself through the library’s online catalog, or a staff member can do it for you.

The New York Times Book Display is just one more way the library tries to help its patrons figure out what to read next!


Anonymous said...


I was wondering if you have a picture of the Display, as we may be interested in having this also-

thank you in advance-


dragonwriter said...

Not at the moment, but that can be remedied. Check back. I'll post a photograph of the display this week.