Most Circulated Titles at the Free Library, Part I

By Michelle S. RSS Mon, January 31, 2011

We are often asked which titles are the most frequently checked out here at the Free Library. To answer this question, our hardworking Materials Management staff has compiled several lists of the top 10 circulated book and DVD titles throughout the Free Library system in 2010. Free Library patrons really seem to love James Patterson--FOUR of his novels made the cut!

Keep in mind that these lists only encompass adult titles--blog entries featuring the most circulated children's book and DVD titles, as well as the most circulated ebook titles are coming soon!

Top 10 Most Circulated Book Titles of 2010
1. The Lost Symbol by Dan Brown
2. I, Alex Cross by James Patterson
3. The Help by Kathryn Stockett
4. Worst Case: A Novel by James Patterson
5. Push: A Novel by Sapphire
6. Alex Cross’s Trial by James Patterson
7. U is for Undertow by Sue Grafton
8. The Complete Persepolis (Movie Tie-In Edition) by Marjane Satrapi
9. The Last Song by Nicholas Sparks
10. The 9th Judgment by James Patterson
(11. Think Twice by Lisa Scottoline – She just barely missed the top 10!)

Top 10 Most Circulated DVD Feature Film Titles of 2010
1. Avatar
2. I Love You, Man
3. The Soloist
4. Inglourious Basterds
5. Night at the Museum
6. Iron Man
7. Wanted
8. The Dark Knight
9. He’s Just Not That Into You
10. The Hangover

Top 10 Most Circulated DVD Television Series Titles of 2010
1. The Sopranos
2. Bleach
3. 24
4. Sex and the City
5. Roots
6. The Wire
7. Dexter
8. The Office
9. Lost
10. Six Feet Under
NOTE: These titles are linked to our catalog listing for the first season in the series, but we have multiple seasons of each in our collection.

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Nice Article keep up posting :)
Paul - South Philly
Tuesday, February 1, 2011

your post is really helpful thanks for sharing..
Erol - Illinois
Wednesday, June 22, 2011