Time to vote on One Book – One Lincoln for 2018!
The three finalists for this year’s One Book – One Lincoln city-wide reading program were announced at a special event on Memorial Day. They are Fredrik Backman’s Beartown, David Grann’s The Killers of the Flower Moon, and Celeste Ng’s Little Fires Everywhere.
Visit our Finalists Page, where you’ll find more information about each title, as well as several ways in which you can vote for your favorite this year!
2013’s Top Ten One Book – One Lincoln finalists!
We’ve now posted the list of the other seven titles that made up the Top Ten “One Book – One Lincoln” semi-finalists for 2013. You can click this link right here for the detailed descriptions on our web site, but here’s a list of just the titles:
- “Hell or High Water” by Joy Castro
- “The Language of Flowers” by Vanessa Diffenbaugh
- “Flight Behavior” by Barbara Kingsolverï»¿
- “The Song of Achilles” by Madeline Miller
- “State of Wonder” by Ann Patchett
- “The Art of Hearing Heartbeats” by Jan-Philippe Sendker
- “The Story of Beautiful Girl” by Rachel Simon
Thank you to all the passionate readers who’ve been asking for this list of books!
Scott C. / BookGuide readers advisory site manager / One Book – One Lincoln site manager
Five Days and Counting…
One Book – One Lincoln fans…
It is only five days until the announcement of the selected title for 2013.
Tune in on Tuesday, September 3rd, via the libraries’ website, Facebook page, BookGuide readers advisory page, the One Book One Lincoln e-mail list and this One Book One Lincoln blog, as we reveal which of the three finalists for 2013 got the majority of your votes in our public voting during June and July.
Special programming built around the themes of this year’s selected title is being arranged right now; public discussion opportunities are being identified — library staff will be available to lead discussions for your own book group if you’re interested!
Watch for the big reveal this coming Tuesday!
Ten days and counting…
Just a reminder — there are now only ten days left to cast your vote for this year’s One Book – One Lincoln final selection. Your last day to vote is July 31st.
Click here to jump straight to the voting form [no longer active]
Click here to read more about this year’s three finalists
Finalists announced for 2012!
The finalists for the 2012 One Book – One Lincoln community reading program have been announced!