My friend Asa shared this awesomely interesting link:
How many of these books have you read? Or heard of? I’ve read 10 of them, and most are new to me. Although some might be making an appearance on this blog quite soon. (One does want to keep up with the Moldovans!)
At the end of the article, the writer has another map for the most popular books in the U.S. by state. Such fun!
Asa is originally from Sweden, and her first book will be published this fall, so look for a (probably biased) review of it here on this blog!
What’s Popular on 365 Bookworm’s Blog?
From January–June 2015 , the most popular books were:
- Lolelaplap Legends and Stories (Marshall Islands)
- The Healing Wisdom of Africa (Burkina Faso)
- I am Nujood, Age 10, and Divorced (Yemen)
- Head Cook at Weddings and Funerals (Canada)
- Chronicles in Stone (Albania)
- Nafanua: Saving the Samoan Rainforest (Samoa)
- Earth Weeps, Saturn Laughs (Oman)
- Dots on a Map (Gibralter)
- Sastun: My Apprenticeship With a Maya Healer (Belize)
- The Samana Incident (Papua New Guinea) — And this one was written by a local (to me) author from Coeur d’Alene, Idaho.
Who Visits This Blog?
In the past 6 months, you readers have come here from…(and I thank you!)