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Public library staff across the nation have spoken! Congratulations to all the books selected for the September 2016 LibraryReads Top Ten list!

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The Tea Planter’s Wife: A Novel (#4)
By Dinah Jefferies
“When Gwendolyn Hooper comes to Ceylon as a young bride, she has no idea that she’s entering a region on the cusp of political upheaval or that she’s living with a widower and his secret-filled past. The Tea Planter’s Wife has all of the elements that I’m looking for in historical fiction: compelling characters, an evocative setting, a leisurely pace, and a plot that unfolds like the petals of a flower, or, in this case, the tea plant.” –Amy Lapointe, Amherst Town Library, Amherst, NH

The Masked City (#7)
By Genevieve Cogman
“A mysterious new Fae couple is causing Irene and crew major grief in this second installment of the Invisible Library series. After getting a book, Irene and Kai get attacked by a group of werewolves. Irene plans to go to the Library, turn in the book, and find information on the newcomers while Kai will go to Vale’s house. Kai is attacked and taken away. To get to the chaos filled world where Kai is held, Irene has to get help from Silver and fight to not be overrun by chaos and the Fae. I like this series because Irene is a smart, tough, stubborn, and loyal librarian who has survived many crazy, dangerous, and interesting worlds and people.” –Julie Horton, Greenwood County Library, Greenwood, SC

Thrice the Brinded Cat Hath Mew’d: A Flavia de Luce Novel (#8)
By Alan Bradley
“Flavia deLuce has returned from Canada to find her father in the hospital and her sisters distant. When she is sent to deliver a message for the vicar’s wife, she steps into another mystery – one she is determined to solve, preferably before Inspector Hewitt can do the same. Flavia is once again a fun, science-loving protagonist. Flavia arrives at a turning point in her life and how she handles what happens next will tell much about the path that she will take into adulthood.This series entry ends on a note that begs for the next story.” –Chris Andersen, Stow Munroe Falls Public Library, Stow, OH

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September 2016 LibraryReads List Announced!

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