Librarians’ Favorite Books around the world

Throughout 2016, Oxford University Press has traveled all around the world meeting and talking with librarians to learn about their favorite books.

By  Lynsay Williams
 

Throughout 2016, Oxford University Press has traveled all around the world meeting and talking with librarians to learn about their favorite books.
 

Featured image credit: “Colorful” by fxxu. CC0 Public domain via Pixabay.
 

From a Colombian librarian who prefers a French author, to a French librarian who’s enamored with an American novel, the results from our year-long quest exemplify the universal reach of literature and its ability to connect individuals from various walks of life and from all around the globe. Check out the interactive book map.
 


Lynsay Williams is a Marketing Assistant at Oxford University Press.

"This post originally appeared on the OUPBlog 




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