The line graph below presents the information about the number of books read by people based on gender over four-year period at Burnaby Public Library. Overall, even though the trend of both variables is rising, the most significant growth was shown in male readers.
According to the line graph, even though the increasing number is not identical, the number of books read by both gender was steadily increased during the first two years. At 2013, the amount of books read by women achieves the peak with as much as ten thousand books in total while also it intersects the number of books read by men. At 2014, it was experienced a sharply decreasing trend to 8000 books while the number of books read by the male had become 14000 books. The number of books read by female was steadily increased from 2011 to 2013 and decreased sharply for the next year while the number of books read by male was slowly increased from 2011 to 2012 and rose sharply for the next two years.
At more detail look at, the growth of the number of books read by female continued to increase and reach 9000 by the end of 2013 but it experienced a sharply decreasing trend and reached 7,000 by 2014. In contrast, the growth of the number of books read by male experienced a sharply increased trend since 2012.