USA Today Bestsellers, 10/16

The sleeper title (but not to us; we told you to look out for it) on the new USA Today bestseller list is I Can Has Cheezburger? landing at #91. We hear that it will also appear on the 10/26 NYT list. In fact, the USA Today list is a good predictor of the NYT list, which is why we examine it each week.

Last time we checked, libraries hadn’t ordered Cheezburger. Don’t let Monorail Kitteh pass YOU by.

Below are the hardcover and original paperbacks new to the list:

#24 THE PIRATE KING, by R. A. Salvatore. (Wizards of the Coast, $27.95)

#38 A MOST WANTED MAN, by John le Carré. (Scribner, $28)

#39 GRACE, by Richard Paul Evans. (Simon & Schuster, $19.95)

#43 WHO, by Geoff Smart and Randy Street. (Ballantine, $24)
When you think about it, it makes sense this book is doing well; with so many people looking for jobs, those who are hiring need help sorting through all those candidates.

#57 KILL BIN LADEN, by Dalton Fury. (St. Martin’s, $25.95)

#62 THE BLACK DAGGER BROTHERHOOD: An Insider’s Guide, J.R. Ward, NAL original trade pbk

#87 TED, WHITE, AND BLUE, by Ted Nugent. (Regnery, $27.95)

#88 THE WORDY SHIPMATES, by Sarah Vowell. (Riverhead, $25.95)

#91 I CAN HAS CHEEZBURGER?, by Professor Happy cat and (Gotham, $10)

#124 PAULA DEEN’S MY FIRST COOKBOOK, by Paula Deen with Martha Nesbit. Illustrated by Susan Mitchell. (Simon & Schuster, $21.99)

2 Responses to “USA Today Bestsellers, 10/16”

  1. Cari Says:

    I ordered it for my library!

  2. Denise Engel Says:

    Thanks for the update every week. It really helps us busy librarians to see a sweet and short list.