2011 Books and Pages

100 books//20,000 pages

  1. Robin Jones Gunn, Sisterchicks Go Brit! 274
  2. Sharon Creech, The Unfinished Angel 164
  3. Clinton Kelly, Oh No She Didn’t 201
  4. Madeleine Wickham, A Desirable Residence 296 (sum: 935 pages)
  5. J.K. Rowling, The Half-Blood Prince 652 (sum: 1,587 pages)
  6. J.K. Rowling, Deathly Hallows 759 (sum: 2,346 pages)
  7. Anna Quindlen, Blessings 237 (sum: 2,583 pages)
  8. Paul and Sarah Edwards, Home-Based Business for Dummies 338
  9. Jennifer Weiner, Fly Away Home 401 (sum: 3,322)
  10. Jeff Deck and Benjamin Herson, The Great Typo Hunt 269 (sum: 3,591)
  11. Elizabeth Noble, Alphabet Weekends 425
  12. Jennifer Weiner, Best Friends Forever 359
  13. Lauren Weisberger, Chasing Harry Winston 278
  14. Sandy Puc, Children’s Portrait Photography 122 (sum: 4,775)
  15. Joanna Trollope, The Other Family 321
  16. Lauren Weisberger, Everyone Worth Knowing 367
  17. Kerry Reichs, Leaving Unknown 358
  18. Sophie Kinsella, Twenties Girl 435
  19. Denise Hildreth, Savannah From Savannah 330
  20. Denise Hildreth, Savannah Comes Undone 303 (sum: 6,889)
  21. Johanna Reiss, The Upstairs Room 196
  22. A. S. Byatt, Possession 555
  23. Tamara Leigh, Splitting Harriet 386
  24. Robyn Sisman, A Hollywood Ending 307
  25. Robyn Sisman, Summer in the City 309 (sum: 8,642 pages)
  26. Grace Livingston Hill, The Seventh Hour 261
  27. Laura Pedersen, Beginner’s Luck 336
  28. Laura Pedersen, The Big Shuffle 372
  29. Tanya Egan Gibson, How to Buy a Love of Reading 389 (sum: 10,000 pages!)
  30. Emily Giffin, Something Blue 338
  31. Emily Giffin, Baby Proof 340
  32. Emily Giffin, Heart of the Matter 368
  33. Laura Jensen Walker, Turning the Paige 305
  34. Laura Jensen Walker, Becca by the Book 300 (sum: 11,651 pages/April 1, 2011)
  35. Gemma Townley, Learning Curves 308
  36. Roger Sutton, et al, A Family of Readers: the Book Lover’s Guide to Children’s and Young Adult Literature 320
  37. Dana Sachs, If You Lived Here, 321
  38. Alex Witchel, Me Times Three, 304
  39. Alex Witchel, The Spare Wife 286
  40. Emma McLaughlin and Nicola Kraus, The Nanny Diaries, 306
  41. Eileen Goudge, The Diary 207
  42. Eileen Goudge, Immediate Family 337
  43. Cecelia Ahern, P.S. I Love You 375
  44. Dr. Kevin Leman, Sheet Music 241
  45. J.R.R. Tolkien, The Hobbit 330
  46. Winifred Watson, Miss Pettigrew Lives for a Day 234
  47. Joan Aiken, Mansfield Revisited 201
  48. Theresa Alan, Who You Know 306
  49. Kristen Billerbeck, She’s All That 308
  50. Cecelia Ahern, Thanks for the Memories 371 (sum: 16,296 mid-May)
  51. Ann Brashares, Girls in Pants 338
  52. Cecelia Ahern, There’s No Place Like Home 341
  53. Cecelia Ahern, The Gift 302
  54. Sophie Kinsella, Mini Shopaholic 418
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