LA Public Library’s Top Ten: January

Lists are courtesy Los Angeles Public Library, Central library downtown and 72 branches combined.

Library Top 10

Here are the top 10 books, CDs and DVDs loaned, the Los Angeles Public Library during August. (Physical books are now being listed as well as downloads, as the Library has begun a curbside delivery service, Library to Go, during the pandemic.)

Here are the results for November.

Top 10 Books

  1. A Promised Land, Barack Obama
  2. The Sentinel, Lee Child
  3. Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man, Mary L. Trump
  4. Midnight Sun, Stephenie Meyer
  5. Rage, Bob Woodward
  6. Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents, Isabel Wilkerson
  7. The Tower of Nero, Rick Riordan
  8. The Searcher, Tana French
  9. Disloyal: A Memoir, Michael Cohen
  10. The Splendid and the Vile, Erik Larson

Top 10 DVDs:

  1. Knives Out
  2. A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood
  3. Bombshell
  4. 1917
  5. The Tax Collector
  6. Parasite
  7. The Good Liar
  8. Richard Jewell
  9. The Call of the Wild
  10. The Invisible Man

Top 10 E-Books:

  1. Reverie, Ryan La Sala
  2. The Round House, Louise Erdrich
  3. Where the Crawdads Sing, Delia Owens
  4. The Vanishing Half: A Novel, Brit Bennett
  5. Maybe You Should Talk to Someone: A Therapist, HER Therapist, and Our Lives Revealed, Lori Gottlieb
  6. Such a Fun Age, Kiley Reid
  7. Untamed, Glennon Doyle
  8. The Silent Patient, Alex Michaelides
  9. A Promised Land, Barack Obama
  10. Too Much and Never Enough: How My Family Created the World’s Most Dangerous Man, Mary L. Trump

Top 10 Songs

  1. “If I Was the Priest,” Bruce Springsteen
  2. “Ghosts,” Bruce Springsteen
  3. “Letter to You,” Bruce Springsteen
  4. “Rainmaker,” Bruce Springsteen
  5. “I’ll See You in My Dreams,” Bruce Springsteen
  6. “One Minute You’re Here,” Bruce Springsteen
  7. “House of a Thousand Guitars,” Bruce Springsteen
  8. “Last Man Standing,” Bruce Springsteen
  9. “Janey Needs a Shooter,” Bruce Springsteen
  10. “Burnin’ Train,” Bruce Springsteen