LA Public Library’s Top Ten: June 2023

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. (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 March 2023.

Top 10 Books

  1. Spare, Prince Harry, Duke of Sussex
  2. I’m Glad My Mom Died, Jennette Mccurdy
  3. Desert Star, Michael Connelly
  4. Atomic Habits, James Clear
  5. Crying in H Mart, Michelle Zauner
  6. The White Lady, Jacqueline Winspear
  7. The Light We Carry, Michelle Obama
  8. Foster, Claire Keegan
  9. Palo Alto: A History of California, Malcolm Harris
  10. A Court of Mist and Fury, Sarah J. Maas

Top 10 DVDs:

  1. Black Panther, Wakanda Forever
  2. M3gan
  3. Everything Everywhere All at Once
  4. Violent Night
  5. Tar
  6. The Whale
  7. Women Talking
  8. The Fabelmans
  9. Top Gun: Maverick
  10. Black Adam

Top 10 E-Books:

  1. Spare, Prince Harry, The Duke of Sussex
  2. Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow: A Novel, Gabrielle Zevin
  3. I’m Glad My Mom Died, Jennette McCurdy
  4. Book Lovers, Emily Henry
  5. Lessons in Chemistry: A Novel, Bonnie Garmus
  6. Verity, Colleen Hoover
  7. The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo: a Novel, Taylor Jenkins Reid
  8. The Paris Apartment: A Novel, Lucy Foley
  9. Romantic Comedy (Reese’s Book Club): A Novel, Curtis Sittenfeld
  10. It Ends with Us: A Novel, Colleen Hoover

Top 10 Songs

  1. “Rescued,” Foo Fighters
  2. “Everybody Needs Someone,” Noah Cyrus and Vance Joy
  3. “Say Say Say,” Kygo feat. Paul McCartney and Michael Jackson
  4. “Flowers,” Miley Cyrus
  5. “Softest Touch,” Khalid
  6. “Love Again (from the Motion Picture Soundtrack),” Celine Dion
  7. “Use Me (Brutal Hearts),” Diplo, Sturgill Simpson, Dove Cameron and Johnny Blue Skies
  8. “Chanel,” Becky G and Peso Pluma
  9. “Speak to Me,” Depeche Mode
  10. “My Favourite Stranger,” Depeche Mode