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            The most popular books checked out in 2019 from the Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System “Where the Crawdads Sing” by Delia Ownes “Becoming” by Michelle Obama  “Educated: A Memoir” by Tara Westover “An American Marriage” by Tayari Jones  “The Reckoning” by John Grisham “Nine Perfect Strangers” by Liane Moriarty “Past Tense” by Lee Child

            List names the best bookstores in the South

            Booklovers know that stopping at a local bookstore while traveling can be a delightful way to get to know a new city. Across the South, there are charming indie bookstores to check out while you’re on the road.

            In a recent roundup, Southern Living compiled 26 of the . 

            » RELATED: The books that are checked out most often from Atlanta's library system

            “In addition to sharing stories and recommending new reads, the South’s indie bookshops are also building community and nurturing conversations,” the folks at Southern Living write. 

            While there are no metro Atlanta bookstores on the list, there is one in Georgia and plenty others within a short drive.

            » RELATED: Local bookstores are on the rebound, including one in East Atlanta

            “It’s hard to overstate how important these shops are to the communities in which they make their 五福彩821ccapps. The literary life is thriving in the South, and that’s thanks to indie bookstores and the people who love them—their owners, staff, and customers past, present, and future,” .

            The best bookstores in the South, according to Southern Living:

            Blue Bicycle Books - Charleston, South Carolina

            BookPeople - Austin, Texas 

            The Bookshelf - Thomasville, Georgia 

            Brazos Bookstore - Houston, Texas

            Carmichael’s Bookstore - Louisville, Kentucky

            Commonplace Books - Oklahoma City

            Faulkner House Books - New Orleans

            Fountain Bookstore - Richmond, Virginia

            Hooray for Books! - Alexandria, Virginia 

            Hub City Bookshop - Spartanburg, South Carolina

            The Ivy Bookshop - Baltimore, Maryland

            Key West Island Books - Key West, Florida 

            » RELATED: Store in metro Atlanta sells books by the pound

            Lemuria Books - Jackson, Mississippi

            Little Professor Book Center - 五福彩821ccappwood, Alabama

            Malaprop’s Bookstore/Café - Asheville, North Carolina

            Marfa Book 五福彩821ccapp - Marfa, Texas

            Octavia Books - New Orleans

            Old Fox Books & Coffeehouse - Annapolis, Maryland

            Parnassus Books - Nashville, Tennessee 

            Politics and Prose Bookstore - Washington, D.C.

            Scuppernong Books - Greensboro, North Carolina

            Skylark Bookshop - Columbia, Missouri

            Square Books - Oxford, Mississippi

            Sundog Books - Seaside, Florida 

            WordsWorth Books - Little Rock, Arkansas

            Taylor Books - Charleston, West Virginia 

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