(WKBW) — To celebrate its 125th anniversary this year, the New York Public Library is releasing a list of the most checked-out books in its history.
Celebrate the #NYPL125 anniversary by discovering our Top Checkouts of All Time. Through 125 years of service, millions of books have been checked out, and these 10 made the top of the list: https://t.co/X9tge4dmlr pic.twitter.com/4hxzH5Pg04— NY Public Library (@nypl) January 13, 2020
Topping the list is the children’s book The Snowy Day by Brooklyn-native Ezra Jack Keats, which has been checked out more than 485,000 times since it was originally published in 1962.
Rounding out the top 5: The Cat in the Hat, 1984, Where the Wild Things Are and To Kill a Mockingbird.
That got us thinking: how often do you check out a book from your local library? Weigh in on our Twitter poll:
MORNING BUZZ: How often do you check out a book from your local library? Asking after @nypl reveals 10 most checked out books. https://t.co/rWYYbgMLMZ— 7 Eyewitness News (@WKBW) January 14, 2020