The public library system in New York City is marking its 125th anniversary by releasing a list of the 10 books that have been checked out most often by readers. The top book is Ezra Jack Keats's "A Snowy Day" -- checked out 485,584 times since publication in 1962 -- followed by "The Cat in the Hat," "1984," "Where the Wild Things Are" and "To Kill a Mockingbird" to round out the five most popular titles.
Library announces list of its most checked-out books
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