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Does the US do anything like this?

I stumbled across this website – World Book Day when reading an article about the top 10 books that people cannot live without. Sounds interesting. What were the top 10 books?
1) Pride and Prejudice – Jane Austen 20%
2) Lord of the Rings – JRR Tolkein 17%
3) Jane Eyre – Charlotte Bronte 14%
4) Harry Potter books – J K Rowling 12%
5) To Kill A Mockingbird – Harper Lee 9.5%
6) The Bible 9%
7) Wuthering Heights – Emily Bronte 8.5%
8) 1984 – George Orwell 6%
9) His Dark Materials – Philip Pullman 6%
10) Great Expectations – Charles Dickens .55%

3 Responses to “Does the US do anything like this?”

  1. zoe Says:

    It’s cool, our kids always use the £1 book token they get. And when they were back in Primary school they used to get to dress up that day as their favourite book character. Michael most often chose Captain Underpants! Although I tried to persuade him to go as a character from the bible “the naked man who ran around the tombs” he didn’t seem to like that idea. Heeheee

  2. Sara Says:

    It’s AMAZING, because this list pretty much sums it up for me. hehe.

  3. Nattie Says:

    I thought it was pretty comprehensive myself. lol

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