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Indie BestsellersHardcoverWeek of 01.01.20FICTION1. Where the Crawdads SingDelia Owens, Putnam, 262. The Dutch HouseAnn Patchett, Harper, 27.993. The TestamentsMargaret Atwood, Nan A. Talese, 28.954. The Water DancerTa-Nehisi Coates, One World, 285. On Earth We’re Briefly GorgeousOcean Vuong, Penguin Press, 266. The Starless SeaErin Morgenstern, Doubleday, 28.957. Olive, AgainElizabeth Strout, Random House, 278. The GuardiansJohn Grisham, Doubleday, 29.959. Nothing to See HereKevin Wilson, Ecco, 26.9910. The InstituteStephen King, Scribner, 3011. The Nickel BoysColson Whitehead, Doubleday, 24.9512. Blue MoonLee Child, Delacorte Press, 28.9913. Agent Running in the FieldJohn le Carré,Viking, 2914. The Giver of StarsJojo Moyes, Pamela Dorman Books, 2815. CirceMadeline Miller, Little Brown, 27Other Indie FavoritesThe German House: A Novel, by AnnetteHess, Elisabeth Lauffer (Trans.) (HarperVia, 26.99) “The German House captured my imagination. Theauthor expertly unfolds the story of Eva Bruhns, a translator forthe 1963 Frankfurt Auschwitz Trials, with such believability thatthe reader feels complicit in the denial of the past. As she hearstestimonies, Eva discovers that anyone can be guilty of somehorrific role in the war, however unaware they were of inhumaneacts, or however prey to propaganda. The reader’s nauseawill build as Eva gets closer to the truth. This historical novelseethes with life and feels authentic at every turn.” —DianeNONFICTION1. Talking to StrangersMalcolm Gladwell, Little Brown, 302. The BodyBill Bryson, Doubleday, 303. EducatedTara Westover, Random House, 284. BecomingMichelle Obama, Crown, 32.505. Catch and KillRonan Farrow, Little Brown, 306. MeElton John, Holt, 307. A WarningAnonymous, Twelve, 308. BlowoutRachel Maddow, Crown, 309. Say NothingPatrick Radden Keefe, Doubleday, 28.9510. How ToRandall Munroe, Riverhead Books, 2811. Salt, Fat, Acid, HeatSamin Nosrat, Wendy MacNaughton (Illus.), S&S, 3512. Acid for the ChildrenFlea, Grand Central, 3013. The Yellow HouseSarah M. Broom, Grove Press, 2614. Dumpty: The Age of Trump in VerseJohn Lithgow, Chronicle Prism, 19.9515. The Book of Gutsy WomenHillary Rodham Clinton, Chelsea Clinton, S&S, 35IndiesIntroduceThe Second Sleep: A Novel, by Robert Harris(Knopf, 26.95) “The year: 1468. The place: a remote Englishvillage. Christopher Fairfax, a young cleric, has come to bury a priestwhose interest in old, heretical artifacts may have led to his death.Robert Harris, master of the historical novel, has written a corker—Iwon’t say anything to spoil the twist!” —Susan Taylor, BookHouse of Stuyvesant Plaza, Albany, NYMcGuire, Valley Bookseller, Stillwater, MNBased on reporting from hundreds of independent bookstores across America.Copyright American Booksellers Association. All rights reserved.

Indie BestsellersPaperback.orgWeek of 01.01.20FICTION1. The OverstoryNONFICTION1. No One Is Too Small to Make aDifferenceRichard Powers, Norton, 18.95Greta Thunberg, Penguin, 102. Little Fires Everywhere2. SapiensCeleste Ng, Penguin, 17Yuval Noah Harari, Harper Perennial, 24.993. Unsheltered3. The Fifth RiskBarbara Kingsolver, Harper Perennial, 17.99Michael Lewis, Norton, 16.954. The Tattooist of Auschwitz4. Just MercyHeather Morris, Harper, 16.99Bryan Stevenson, Spiegel & Grau, 175. A Gentleman in Moscow5. CalypsoAmor Towles, Penguin, 17David Sedaris, Back Bay, 17.996. There There6. Born a CrimeTommy Orange,Vintage, 16Trevor Noah, Spiegel & Grau, 187. The Woman in the Window7. The Library BookA.J. Finn, Morrow, 16.99Susan Orlean, S&S, 16.998. Nine Perfect Strangers8. 21 Lessons for the 21st Century9. Before We Were Yours9. Braiding SweetgrassLiane Moriarty, Flatiron Books, 17.99Yuval Noah Harari, Spiegel & Grau, 18Robin Wall Kimmerer, Milkweed Editions, 18Lisa Wingate, Ballantine, 1710. The Best American Short Stories201910. Classic Krakauer: Essays on Wildernessand Risk11. Killing Commendatore11. The Mueller Report Illustrated: TheObstruction InvestigationJon Krakauer, Anchor, 15Anthony Doerr, Heidi Pitlor (Eds.), Mariner, 15.99The Washington Post, Jan Feindt (Illus.), Scribner, 20Haruki Murakami,Vintage, 1712. How to Change Your Mind12. The Great AloneMichael Pollan, Penguin, 18Kristin Hannah, St. Martin’s Griffin, 17.9913. Girl, Woman, Other13. The Order of TimeBernardine Evaristo, Grove Press/Black Cat, 1714. The Handmaid’s TaleMargaret Atwood, Anchor, 15.9515. GhostedRosie Walsh, Penguin, 16Carlo Rovelli, Riverhead Books, 1514. Upstream: Selected EssaysMary Oliver, Penguin, 1715. HBR’s 10 Must Reads on MentalToughnessHarvard Business Review Press, 24.95IndiesIntroduceMASS MARKET1. Elevation Stephen King, Scribner, 9.992. The Reckoning John Grisham, Dell, 9.993. Dune Frank Herbert, Ace, 10.994. The Lying Game Ruth Ware, Pocket, 9.995. The Couple Next Door Shari Lapena, Penguin, 9.996. Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine Gail Honeyman,Penguin, 9.997. The First Lady James Patterson, Grand Central, 9.998. Tom Clancy Oath of Office Marc Cameron, Berkley, 9.999. The 13-Minute Murder James Patterson,Vision, 9.9910. Past Tense Lee Child, Dell, 9.99Based on reporting from hundreds of independent bookstores across America.Another Indie FavoriteThe Water Cure: A Novel, by SophieMackintosh (Anchor, 16) “Here’s what they know:men hurt women, even if they don’t mean to. And the island isthe only safe place in a world corrupted by pollution—at leastthat’s what they’ve been told. So, sisters Grace, Lia, and Skyoccupy themselves with the painful rituals their parents havedevised, exercises that will make them stronger and immune tolove’s sickness. Every day is the same until their father disappearsand three strange men appear in his place.Violence is inevitable,but who will be the perpetrator? The Water Cure luxuriates in anatmosphere of haunting, Atwoodian strangeness.” —LaurenPeugh, Powell’s Books, Portland, ORCopyright American Booksellers Association. All rights reserved.

Indie BestsellersChildren’sWeek of 01.01.20EARLY & MIDDLE GRADE READERSYOUNG ADULT1. Guts1. The Hate U Give2. Best Friends Shannon Hale, LeUyen Pham2. The Fountains of SilenceRaina Telgemeier, Graphix, 12.99Angie Thomas, Balzer Bray, 18.99(Illus.), First Second, 12.99Ruta Sepetys, Philomel Books, 18.993. Smile Raina Telgemeier, Graphix, 10.994. Little Women Louisa May Alcott, Puffin, 8.995. A Tale of Magic. Chris Colfer, Little, Brown3. On the Come Up6. Diary of an Awesome Friendly Kid:Rowley Jefferson’s Journal5. Call Down the HawkBooks for Young Readers, 18.99Karen M. McManus, Delacorte Press, 17.99Maggie Stiefvater, Scholastic Press, 19.99Jeff Kinney, Abrams, 13.996. Turtles All the Way Down7. DramaJohn Green, Penguin, 14.99Raina Telgemeier, Graphix, 10.997. Salt to the Sea8. My Book with No PicturesRuta Sepetys, Penguin, 10.99B.J. Novak, Dial Books, 9.998. Looking for Alaska9. SistersJohn Green, Penguin, 12.99Raina Telgemeier, Graphix, 10.999. The Book Thief10. White Bird: A Wonder StoryR.J. Palacio, Knopf Books for Young Readers, 24.9911. Look Both Ways: A Tale Told in TenBlocksMarkus Zusak, Knopf Books for Young Readers, 14.9910. Frankly in LoveDavid Yoon, G.P. Putnam’s Sons Books for YoungReaders, 18.99Jason Reynolds, Alexander Nabaum (Illus.),Atheneum/Caitlyn Dlouhy Books, 17.9911. American Royals12. AlliesAlan Gratz, Scholastic Press, 17.9913. A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood:The Poetry of Mister RogersFred Rogers, Luke Flowers (Illus.), Quirk Books, 19.99Katharine McGee, Random House Books for YoungReaders, 18.9912. The Little PrinceAntoine de Saint-Exupery, Harvest, 11.9913. The IliadGareth Hinds, Candlewick, 16.9914. GhostsRaina Telgemeier, Graphix, 10.9915. Tristan Strong Punches a Hole in theSkyKwame Mbalia, Rick Riordan Presents, 17.99Angie Thomas, Balzer Bray, 18.994. One of Us Is Lying14. The GiverLois Lowry, HMH Books for Young Readers, 9.9915. Wilder GirlsRory Power, Delacorte Press, 18.99IndiesIntroduceFor Ages 9 to 12The Fowl Twins, by Eoin Colfer (DisneyHyperion, 18.99) “Eoin Colfer’s spinoff to his wildly popularFor Teen ReadersWhere the World Ends, by Geraldine McCaughrean(Flatiron Books, 18.99) “This is a book about stories asParker Mills, The Book Bungalow, St. George, UTTrident Booksellers & Café, Boston, MAArtemis Fowl series will grab readers and make them sit up straightand pay attention. The writing is both witty and informative, the plotnever slows down, and the characters—both good and bad—areat the top of their games. Fans of the exploits of the Fowl familywill most assuredly gobble this up and beg for more.” —TanyaBased on reporting from hundreds of independent bookstores across America.much as it is about survival. Eight boys find themselves trapped on asea stack four miles from home when their return boat fails to comefor them. As the boys struggle to survive, narrator Quill begins totell the boys stories in order to get them through the long months.An amazing story itself, Where the World Ends is chilling and beautiful.I was captivated to the last page.” —Katherine Nazzaro,Copyright American Booksellers Association. All rights reserved.

Indie BestsellersChildren’sWeek of 01.01.20CHILDREN’S ILLUSTRATED1. The Crayons’ ChristmasCHILDREN’S SERIES1. Dog Man (hardcover)Drew Daywalt, Oliver Jeffers (Illus.), PenguinWorkshop, 19.99Dav Pilkey, Graphix2. The Serious Goose Jimmy Kimmel, RandomHouse Books for Young Readers, 18.993. The Polar Express Chris Van Allsburg, HMHBooks for Young Readers, 19.992. Diary of a Wimpy Kid (hardcover)Jeff Kinney, Amulet3. Harry PotterJ.K. Rowling, Scholastic/Arthur A. Levine Books4. Wings of Fire4. How the Grinch Stole ChristmasTui T. Sutherland, ScholasticDr. Seuss, Random House Books for YoungReaders, 16.995. Elephant & Piggie (hardcover)Mo Willems, Hyperion5. Goodnight Moon Margaret Wise Brown,6. Who Was/Is.? (paperback)Clement Hurd (Illus.), Harper, 8.996. The Snowy Day Ezra Jack Keats,Viking Booksfor Young Readers, 19.99Diane Bailey, et al., Penguin Workshop7. Legacy of Orisha (hardcover)Tomi Adeyemi, Henry Holt and Co. (BYR)7. Dragons Love TacosAdam Rubin, Daniel Salmieri (Illus.), Dial, 16.998. Dasher: How a Brave Little DoeChanged Christmas ForeverMatt Tavares, Candlewick, 17.998. The Bad GuysAaron Blabey, ScholasticNew in Series: The Bad Guys in theBaddest Day Ever9. Magic Tree House9. Frozen 2 Little Golden BookMary Pope Osborne, Sal Murdocca (Illus.), RandomHouseGolden Books/Disney, 4.9910. The Shortest Day Susan Cooper, Carson10. Arc of a ScytheEllis (Illus.), Candlewick, 17.99Neal Shusterman, Simon & Schuster Books for YoungReaders11. The Very Hungry CaterpillarEric Carle, Putnam, 10.9912. Where the Wild Things AreMaurice Sendak, Harper, 19.9513. Stopping by Woods on a SnowyEveningRobert Frost, Susan Jeffers (Illus.), Dutton, 16.9914. SulweAll Fiction Series titles are hardcover and paperback unless noted.Lupita Nyong’o,Vashti Harrison (Illus.), Simon &Schuster Books for Young Readers, 17.9915. DinosnoresSandra Boynton, Workman, 6.95For Ages 4 to 8For Ages 4 to 8Freedom Soup, by Tami Charles, JacquelineAlcántara (Illus.) (Candlewick, 16.99) “JacquelineAlcántara’s energy-filled illustrations match perfectly with TamiCharles’ story of a grandmother and granddaughter cookingtogether and learning some Haitian history in the process. Astory that is sure to make your mouth water and your heartsing.” —Cecilia Cackley, East City Bookshop,Washington, DCBased on reporting from hundreds of independent bookstores across America.Copyright American Booksellers Association. All rights reserved.

Indie BestsellersFictionWeek of 01.01.20HARDCOVER1. Where the Crawdads SingDelia Owens, Putnam, 262. The Dutch HouseAnn Patchett, Harper, 27.993. The TestamentsMargaret Atwood, Nan A. Talese, 28.954. The Water DancerTa-Nehisi Coates, One World, 285. On Earth We’re Briefly GorgeousOcean Vuong, Penguin Press, 266. The Starless SeaErin Morgenstern, Doubleday, 28.957. Olive, AgainElizabeth Strout, Random House, 278. The GuardiansJohn Grisham, Doubleday, 29.959. Nothing to See HereKevin Wilson, Ecco, 26.9910. The InstituteStephen King, Scribner, 3011. The Nickel BoysColson Whitehead, Doubleday, 24.9512. Blue MoonLee Child, Delacorte Press, 28.9913. Agent Running in the FieldJohn le Carré,Viking, 2914. The Giver of StarsJojo Moyes, Pamela Dorman Books, 2815. CirceMadeline Miller, Little Brown, 27PAPERBACK1. The OverstoryRichard Powers, Norton, 18.952. Little Fires EverywhereCeleste Ng, Penguin, 173. UnshelteredBarbara Kingsolver, Harper Perennial, 17.994. The Tattooist of AuschwitzHeather Morris, Harper, 16.995. A Gentleman in MoscowAmor Towles, Penguin, 176. There ThereTommy Orange,Vintage, 167. The Woman in the WindowA.J. Finn, Morrow, 16.998. Nine Perfect StrangersLiane Moriarty, Flatiron Books, 17.999. Before We Were YoursLisa Wingate, Ballantine, 1710. The Best American Short Stories2019Anthony Doerr, Heidi Pitlor (Eds.), Mariner, 15.9911. Killing CommendatoreHaruki Murakami,Vintage, 1712. The Great AloneKristin Hannah, St. Martin’s Griffin, 17.9913. Girl, Woman, OtherBernardine Evaristo, Grove Press/Black Cat, 1714. The Handmaid’s TaleMargaret Atwood, Anchor, 15.9515. GhostedRosie Walsh, Penguin, 16IndiesIntroduceBased on reporting from hundreds of independent bookstores across America.Copyright American Booksellers Association. All rights reserved.

Indie BestsellersNonfictionHARDCOVER1. Talking to StrangersWeek of 01.01.20PAPERBACK1. No One Is Too Small to Make aDifferenceMalcolm Gladwell, Little Brown, 30Greta Thunberg, Penguin, 102. The Body2. SapiensBill Bryson, Doubleday, 30Yuval Noah Harari, Harper Perennial, 24.993. Educated3. The Fifth RiskTara Westover, Random House, 28Michael Lewis, Norton, 16.954. Becoming4. Just MercyMichelle Obama, Crown, 32.50Bryan Stevenson, Spiegel & Grau, 175. Catch and Kill5. Calypso6. Me6. Born a Crime7. A Warning7. The Library BookRonan Farrow, Little Brown, 30David Sedaris, Back Bay, 17.99Trevor Noah, Spiegel & Grau, 18Elton John, Holt, 30Susan Orlean, S&S, 16.99Anonymous, Twelve, 308. 21 Lessons for the 21st Century8. BlowoutYuval Noah Harari, Spiegel & Grau, 18Rachel Maddow, Crown, 309. Braiding Sweetgrass9. Say NothingRobin Wall Kimmerer, Milkweed Editions, 18Patrick Radden Keefe, Doubleday, 28.9510. Classic Krakauer: Essays on Wildernessand Risk10. How ToJon Krakauer, Anchor, 15Randall Munroe, Riverhead Books, 2811. Salt, Fat, Acid, HeatSamin Nosrat, Wendy MacNaughton (Illus.), S&S, 3512. Acid for the Children11. The Mueller Report Illustrated: TheObstruction InvestigationThe Washington Post, Jan Feindt (Illus.), Scribner, 2012. How to Change Your MindMichael Pollan, Penguin, 18Flea, Grand Central, 3013. The Order of Time13. The Yellow HouseCarlo Rovelli, Riverhead Books, 15Sarah M. Broom, Grove Press, 2614. Dumpty: The Age of Trump in VerseJohn Lithgow, Chronicle Prism, 19.9515. The Book of Gutsy WomenHillary Rodham Clinton, Chelsea Clinton, S&S, 3514. Upstream: Selected EssaysMary Oliver, Penguin, 1715. HBR’s 10 Must Reads on MentalToughnessHarvard Business Review Press, 24.95IndiesIntroduceBased on reporting from hundreds of independent bookstores across America.Copyright American Booksellers Association. All rights reserved.

Jan 01, 2020 · Bill Bryson, Doubleday, 30 3. Educated Tara Westover, Random House, 28 4. Becoming Michelle Obama, Crown, 32.50 5. Catch and Kill Ronan Farrow, Little Brown, 30 6. Me Elton John, Holt, 30 7. A Warning Anonymous, Twelve , 30 8. Blowout Rachel Maddow, Crown, 30 9. Say Nothing Patrick Radden Keefe, Doubleday, 28.95 10. How To Randall Munroe .

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