Here is the list of the most popular titles in MACLIC this year:

1- Best friends, by Jacqueline Wilson (borrowed 24 times ! )

2- The Third day, the frost, by John Marsden
Tongue-tied! by Paul JENNINGS (both borrowed 20 times)

3- Captain Underpants and the wrath of the wicked wedgie woman, by Dav Pilkey
The Dead of the night, by John MARSDEN (both borrowed 18 times)

4- Tomorrow, when the war began, by John Marsden (borrowed 17 times- and many of you have read it in class)

5- The Giggler treatment, by Roddy Doyle
Tough love, by Anne Cassidy (both borrowed 15 times)

6- Darkness, be my friend by John Marsden
Holes, by Louis Sachar (both borrowed 14 times)

7- 2much4u, by Vince Ford
Matilda, by Roald Dahl
Selby surfs, by Duncan Ball (all borrowed 13 times)

Girls really like Jacqueline Wilson’s books, they are easy, funny, real life stories about family and friendship and everyday problems. I’ve just bought Jacky Daydream, her autobiography (in the Knowledge area 92 WIL).

You all love the Tomorrow series, by John Marsden and I make sure the library has several copies of each of the 7 books of the serie: “Tomorrow, When The War Began”, “The Dead of the Night”, “The Third Day, The Frost”, “Darkness, Be My Friend”, “Burning For Revenge”, “The Night is for Hunting” and “The Other Side of Dawn”. Follows the lives of a group of Australian Teenagers as they struggle to respond to the surprise invasion and conquest of their country… Once you have finished the serie, you can follow the teenagers’ lives back in peace, in the Ellie Chronicles.

What the list of your favourite books also says is that you love funny books, so I’ll make sure the library gets more books of this genre.

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