Suggest a Title for Our Popular Reading Collection

We are currently seeking recommendations for our Popular Reading Collection. This collection is comprised of 200 books with 25 to 30 titles being cycled in every quarter based on patron recommendations, staff suggestions, and picks from the New York Times’ Best Sellers list.

The purpose of the collection is to offer the City of Hope community both fiction and nonfiction titles to browse and borrow. Titles include:

  • recent bestselling titles by popular authors;
  • biographies;
  • humor;
  • popular science writing; and
  • much more.

If you would like to make a suggestion, please leave a comment below or contact us at or ext. 68497.


4 Responses to Suggest a Title for Our Popular Reading Collection

  1. Sharelle L Jones says:

    It would be greatly appreciated if the story, Hidden Figures were added to the collection at City of Hope. A story by Margot Lee Shetterly published by HarperCollins. Thank you!

    • brianschambers says:

      Hi Sharelle,

      Great news! We just added 10 copies of Hidden Figures to our collection this week. You will find them in our Popular Reading Collection.

      Thank you for your suggestion.

  2. I strongly recommend adding one or more Terry Pratchett books to the popular reading collection. All of his books are excellent, but I might start with “The Wee Free Men” as having a broad appeal.

    • brianschambers says:

      Thank you for your suggestion! We have added “The Witch’s Vacuum Cleaner and Other Stories” by Terry Pratchett to our next order. If you would like to be notified when it arrives, please contact me directly at

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