Top Book Reads of 2016!

If you were wondering what books had the most loans for 2016, wonder no more! Here are the top ten of the year.

Adult Fiction

  1. The girl on the train – Paula Hawkins
  2. 15th affair – James Patterson
  3. Cometh the hour – Jeffrey Archer
  4. Make me – Lee Child
  5. Big little lies – Liane Moriarty
  6. Rogue lawyer – John Grisham
  7. The crossing -Michael Connelly
  8. The steel kiss – Jeffrey Deaver
  9. The guilty – David Baldacci
  10. Private Paris – James Patterson and Personal – Lee Child

Adult Non Fiction

  1. The life-changing magic of tidying up – Marie Kondo
  2. Road users’ handbookRoads and Traffic Authority of NSW
  3. Driver qualification handbookRoads and Traffic Authority of NSW and A guide to the driving testRoads and Traffic Authority of NSW
  4. Reckoning: a memoir – Magda Szubanski and Hazard perception handbookRoads and Traffic Authority of NSW
  5. The secret – Rhonda Byrne
  6. Tax for Australians for dummies – Jimmy B. Prince
  7. The happiest refugee – Ahn Do
  8. I quit sugar – Sarah Wilson
  9. The 8-week blood sugar diet – Michael Mosley
  10. Flesh wounds – Richard Glover

For Young Adults

  1. Harry Potter and the cursed child. Parts one and two – Jack Thorne
  2. The fault in our stars – John Green and Paper towns – John Green
  3. The scorch trials – James Dashner
  4. Allegiant – Veronica Roth
  5. Catching fire – Suzanne Collins
  6. Divergent – Veronica Roth
  7. The book thief – Marcus Zusak
  8. The hunger games – Suzanne Collins
  9. The city of heavenly fire – Cassandra Clare
  10. If I stay – Gayle Forman

For Children

  1. Diary of a wimpy kid: the long haul – Jeff Kinney
  2. Diary of a wimpy kid: the third wheel – Jeff Kinney
  3. The 52-storey treehouse – Andy Griffiths
  4. Thea Stilton and the mystery on the Orient Express – Thea Stilton
  5. The only me – Meredith Harvey
  6. The 65-storey treehouse – Andy Griffiths
  7. Diary of a wimpy kid: old school – Jeff Kinney
  8. The wimpy kid movie diary – Jeff Kinney
  9. The perilous plants – Geronimo Stilton
  10. Totally weird! – Ahn Do
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