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Once again, I'm curious to see what Minnesotan's are reading in Ebooks Minnesota. I checked on this a few months ago and you can see those titles in my article What are Minnesotans reading in Ebooks MN during this pandemic? Time has moved on, and while we are still in the midst of this pandemic, popular titles in Ebooks Minnesota have changed a bit.

The 1918 Flu Pandemic
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Once again, I'm curious to see what Minnesotan's are reading in Ebooks Minnesota.  I checked on this a few months ago and you can see those titles in my article What are Minnesotans reading in Ebooks MN during this pandemic?  Time has moved on, and while we are still in the midst of this pandemic, the most popular titles in Ebooks Minnesota have changed a bit. Aside from the two books in One Book | One Minnesota, Becasue of Winn Dixie and A Good Time for the Truth, that were available for an 8-week period only, here is a list of what's hot in the collection:

1) 1918 Flu Pandemic: Core Events of a Worldwide Outbreak by John Micklos Jr. (Juvenile Nonfiction)
2) Best to Laugh: A Novel by Lorna Landvik (Fiction)
3) The Bohemian Flats: A Novel by Mary Relindes Ellis (Fiction)
4) The Trunk Murderess: Winnie Ruth Judd by Jana Bommersbach (True Crime)
5) Vacationland: A Novel by Sarah Stonich (Fiction, History)
6) And Murder for Dessert by Kathleen Delaney (Fiction)
7) The Face of America: Plays for Young People by Childrens Theater Company, et al. (Drama)
8) North Country: The Making of Minnesota by Mary Lethert Wingerd (History)
9) The 13th Target by Mark de Castrique (Fiction)
10) The Easter House by David Rhodes (Fiction)
11) The Latehomecomer: A Hmong Family Memoir by Kao Kalia Yang (Biography & Autobiography)
12) Anatomy and Physiology (Science, Textbook)
13) Food Long Ago and Today by Linda LeBoutillier (Juvenile Nonfiction / Cooking & Food)
14) Dangerous Days by Mary Roberts Rinehart (Literary Collections, Fiction)
15) The Spoonriver Cookbook by Brenda Langton (Cooking)

Is there a title in the collection that you have found particularly interesting?  It doesn't matter if you've been reading it with your kids, grandkids, patrons, students, children, or yourself.  I'd love to hear about it!  

 

 

 

Written by

Beth Staats
Reference Outreach & Instruction Librarian
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