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Find New York Times Bestsellers at NYPL - February 2nd, 2014

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For the week of February 2, 2014 we have hardcover fiction, hardcover non-fiction, and paperback graphic books.

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Week of  February 2, 2014

Hardcover Fiction

  1. The Invention Of Wings, by Sue Monk Kidd               
  2. The Goldfinch, by Donna Tartt  
  3. First Love, by James Patterson and Emily Raymond
  4. The First Phone Call From Heaven, by Mitch Albom
  5. Sycamore Row, by John Grisham 

 

 

 Hardcover Nonfiction

  1. Duty, by Robert M. Gates                                            
  2. Things That Matter, by Charles Krauthammer
  3. David And Goliath, by Malcolm Gladwell
  4. Killing Jesus, by Bill O'Reilly and Martin Dugard
  5. I Am Malala, by Malcolm Gladwell

 

 


Children's Picture Books

  1. The Day The Crayons Quit, by Drew Daywalt. Illustrated by Oliver Jeffers.    
  2. What Does The Fox Say?, by Ylvis. Illustrated by Svein Nyhus.
  3. I Am Abraham Lincoln, by Brad Meltzer. Illustrated by Christopher Eliopoulos.
  4. Goodnight, Goodnight, Construction Site, by Sherri Duskey Rinker and Tom Lichtenheld.
  5. I Am Amelia Earhart, by Brad Meltzer. Illustrated by Christopher Eliopoulos.

For more information on this week's best sellers, visit the New York Times website and check out the full list. There is also a special section for Best Sellers in the Library's catalog, BiblioCommons.

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