USA Today Bestsellers, 10/9

Dewey: The Small-Town Library Cat Who Touched the World by librarian Vicki Myron, is moving up the USA Today bestseller list. It’s now at #22, from #43 last week. This is the book’s second week on the list.

Also on the rise is Love Dare, the companion to the Christian-themed movie Fireproof. It rose to #38 from #94 last week. As we pointed out on Tuesday, two other titles related to the movie are also rising on Amazon.

Below are the hardcover titles new to the List:

#2 The Lucky OneNicholas Sparks, Grand Central

#12 The SnowballAlice Schroeder, Bantam

#13 Double CrossJames Patterson, Vision

#19 What In the World Is Going On?: 10 Prophetic Clues You Cannot Afford to IgnoreDavid Jeremiah, Thomas Nelson

According to an article in the San Diego Union, Jeremiah, “mega-pastor and TV evangelist” says clues point to the end and Christians need to jump-start conversion efforts. Says the story, “Jeremiah is particularly tough on Islam in his book. Islamic terrorism is among the signs he says are pointing toward the end times…His solution: convert Muslims to Christianity.” The arcticle quotes a moderate Muslim and professor of religious studies who says Jeremiah’s book “is not constructive in any way for the Christian or the Muslim. Everything he is saying is so divisive.”

#23 A Cedar Cove ChristmasDebbie Macomber, Mira

#32 Giada’s Kitchen: New Italian Favorites, Giada De Laurent, Clarkson Potter

#41 Green Goes with EverythingSloan Barnett, Atria

#47 If You Give a Cat a CupcakeLaura Numeroff, Felicia Bond, Laura Geringer (Ages 4 to 8)

#52 The LongingBeverly Lewis, Bethany House

#69 Letter to My DaughterMaya Angelou, Random House

#81 The Graveyard BookNeil Gaiman, Dave McKean, HarperCollins (Ages 9 to 12)

#105 21 NightsPrince, Randee St. Nicholas, Atria

#146 Charlie Bone and the ShadowJenny Nimmo, Scholastic (Ages 9 to 12)

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