Sunday, December 19, 2021

Boswell bestsellers, week ending December 18, 2021

Here's what's selling at Boswell. No annotations this week - just glad to get the list out.

Hardcover Fiction:
1. Call Us What We Carry, by Amanda Gorman
2. The Sentence, by Louise Erdrich
3. Cloud Cuckoo Land, by Anthony Doerr
4. The Ballerinas, by Rachel Kaplke-Dale (signed copies still available)
5. The Lincoln Highway, by Amor Towles
6. Harlem Shuffle, by Colson Whitehead
7. Crossroads, by Jonathan Franzen
8. State of Terror, by Hilary Clinton and Louise Penny
9. Wish You Were Here, by Jodi Picoult
10. Klara and the Sun, by Kazuo Ishiguro
11. The Invisible Life of Addie Larue, by VE Schwab (both editions)
12. Project Hail Mary, by Andy Weir
13. Beautiful World, Where Are You, by Sally Rooney
14. Our Country Friends, by Gary Shteyngart
15. The Last Thing He Told Me, by Laura Dave

Hardcover Nonfiction:
1. Giannis, by Mirin Fader
2. The 1619 Project, created by Nikole Hannah-Jones and The New York Times
3. Atlas of the Heart, by Brené Brown
4. Taste, by Stanley Tucci
5. These Precious Days, by Ann Patchett
6. The Book of Hope, by Jane Goodall and Douglas Abrams
7. The Midwest Survival Guide, by Charlie Berens (we don't have copies!)
8. Lyrics: 1956 to Present, by Paul McCartney
9. Wisconsin Supper Clubs Story, by Ron Faiola
10. World Travel, by Anthony Bourdain, Laurie Woolever
11. The Dawn of Everything, by David Graeber/David Wengrow
12. The Storyteller, by Dave Grohl
13. Baking with Dorie, by Dorie Greenspan
14. North American Maps for Curious Minds, by Matthew Bucklan and Victor Cizek
15. Carnival of Snackery, by David Sedaris

Paperback Fiction:
1. The Night Watchman, by Louise Erdrich
2. The Anomaly, by Hervé Le Tellier (just finished this this morning!)
3. Anxious People, by Fredrik Backman
4. Circe, by Madeline Miller
5. When We Cease to Understand the World, by Benjamin Labatut
6. The Song of Achilles, by Madeline Miller
7. Hamnet, by Maggie O'Farrell
8. The House in the Cerulean Sea, by TJ Klune
9. Dune V1, by Frank Herbert
10. Piranesi, by Susanna Clarke
11. The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo, by Taylor Jenkins Reid
12. Send for Me, by Lauren Fox
13. The Every, by Dave Eggers
14. The Thursday Murder Club V1, by Richard Osman
15. The Overstory, by Richard Powers

Paperback Nonfiction:
1. Entangled Life, by Merlin Sheldrake
2. New York Times Cooking No-Recipe Recipes, by Sam Sifton
3. Talking to Strangers, by Malcolm Gladwell
4. Humankind, by Rutger Bregman
5. Braiding Sweetgrass, by Robin Wall Kimmerer
6. Walking Milwaukee, by Royal Brevvaxling and Molly Snyder
7. The Body Keeps the Score, by Bessel van der Kolk
8. The Best of Me, by David Sedaris
9. Hiking Wisconsin, by Kevin Revolinski
10. 111 Places in Milwaukee You Must Not Miss, by Michelle Madden
11. Vanguard, by Martha S Jones
12. Little Pieces of Hope, by Todd Doughty
13. Tacky, by Rax King
14. Field Guide to Dumb Birds of the Whole Stupid World, by Matt Kracht
15. Milwaukee River Greenway, by Eddee Daniel

Books for Kids:
1. Cat Kid Comic Club Perspectives V1, by Dav Pilkey
2. Lulu and Rocky in Milwaukee, by Barbara Joosse, illustrations by Renée Graef
3. Clarice the Brave, by Lisa McMann
4. Change Sings, by Amanda Gorman, illustrations by Loren Long
5. Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Big Shot V16, by Jeff Kinney
6. Dream Street, by Tricia Elam Walker, illustrations by Ekua Holmes
7. Tales of Fearless Girls, by Isabel Otter
8. Woodland Dance, by Sandra Boynton
9. Aaron Slater, Illustrator, by Andrea Beaty, illustrations by David Roberts
10. Norman Didn't Do It, by Ryan T Higgins
11. Turtle in a Tree, by Neesha Hudson
12. Stuntboy: In the Meantime, by Jason Reynolds, illustrations by Raul the Third
13. Frozen Moutain: Decide Your Destiny, by Emily Hawkins
14. Crayon's Christmas, by Drew Daywalt, illustrations by Oliver Jeffers
15. Willodeen, by Katherine Applegate

One week to go!

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