Library Top Tens on 10/10/10
Libraries around the country are celebrating the 10/10/10 with their Top Ten list. So we have compiled a list of Central West Book Reviews that received a star rating of….you guessed it! – ten out of ten. And here they are:
1. The Bark Cutters by Nicole Alexander “had me hooked from the first page”.
2. Can I pat that dog? by Susan McLaine et al “should be compulsory reading for all primary children, informative and catchy”
3. The Road by Catherine Jinks “a creepy story”
4. I Hope They Serve Beer in Hell by Max Tucker “great book for young men”
5. The Rules of Gentility by Janet Mullany “a new twist on Austen-style”
6. Pro Nail Care: Salon Secrets of the Professionals by Leigh Toselli “one of the better nail books”
7. Three Cups of Tea by Greg Mortenson et al “new perspective on education, tolerance, and peace
8. Cancer Explained: the essential guide to diagnosis and management by Fred Stephens et all “easy to understand”
9. How to Steal a Dog: a novel by Barbara O'Connor “best book”
10. 12 Books That Changed the World by Melvyn Bragg
“Didn't want to give it back”
Read the full reviews on our catalogue via the web. For more top 10 library lists visit.. the blog – http://top10for2010.wordpress.com/ideas-and-links/ or search Twitter for #top10for2010.
And check out this link – Top Ten libraries at night – cool – http://www.flickr.com/photos/petahopkins/galleries/72157624994673263/#photo_4685051299