What should you check out at A.K. Smiley Public Library when all of the books you want to read are already checked out? Well, lucky for you, I have a few book recommendations if you find yourself on the request list for a few of the Library’s most popular titles. Who knows, you might like these titles more than the titles you have on hold.
Kristen Hannah’s latest title about the Great Depression, “The Four Winds,” is so popular that at one time there were a staggering 30 requests for it. If you find yourself on this list, try “Send for Me” by Lauren Fox, a story set in Germany at the beginning of World War II.
“The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue” by V. E. Schwab has been on so many bestseller lists that the Library can’t keep its two copies checked in. Instead, try these two magical titles, “The Midnight Bargain” by C.L Polk or “The Year of Witching” by Alexis Henderson.
“Set My Heart to Five” by Simon Stephenson and “The Hierarchies” by Ros Anderson should tide you over until Kasuo Ishiguro’s latest novel, “Klara and the Sun,” a novel about artificial intelligence, becomes available for check out.
Check out these titles and more. Make sure to check our website at www.akspl.org, or call the Library at 909-798-7565 for our updated hours.