New to USA Today Bestsellers, 11/19

A book that’s not new to the list has reappeared at #81, Team of Rivals by Doris Kearns Goodwin, in the news as Obama chooses his cabinet. Library holds are very heavy in some libraries.

It’s a sign of the times; the paperback reprint of The Forgotten Man: A New History of the Great Depression by Amity Shlaes (Harper Perennial) on the list. The hardcover, published in another time, did not appear on USA Today‘s list, although it did appear for six weeks on the NYT  extended NF list last year. Library holds on this one are also strong.

The top two new titles to the couldn’t be more different:

Adult Fiction and Nonfiction

#6 The Christmas SweaterGlenn Beck,  Threshold Editions

#8 Too Fat To FishArtie Lange, Anthony Bozza,  Spiegel & Grau

#9 Just After Sunset: StoriesStephen King,  Scribner

#13 YOU: Being BeautifulMichael F. Roizen, Mehmet Oz,  Free Press

#19 The Hour I First BelievedWally Lamb,  Harper

#29 American Lion: Andrew Jackson in the White HouseJon Meacham,  Random House

#32 A MercyToni Morrison,  Knopf

#73 Call Me TedTed Turner, Bill Burke,  Grand Central

#84 The Bodies Left BehindJeffery Deaver,  Simon & Schuster

#93 Ender In ExileOrson Scott Card,  Tor

#148 Alex & MeIrene Pepperberg,  Collins

Original Paperbacks

#57 Shadow Kiss, (Vampire Academy Series #3) Richelle Mead, Razorbill

#101 Every Now and ThenKaren Kingsbury,  Zondervan

Graphic Novels

#59 Fruits Basket, Vol. 21, Takaya Natsuki,  TokyoPop

Childrens

#114 A Very Marley ChristmasJohn Grogan, Richard Cowdrey,  HarperCollins

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