Another top 100 list

Image courtesy IBM, 2011

Image courtesy IBM, 2011

This one from NPR, in 2012. Over 75K responders helped create this list — many of them older than teens. More evidence that adults are reading these books along with younger readers. For our course, we’re reading #s 30, 36, and 37, and several others are on our list of recommended readings. How many of these do you still need to read?

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