Mississippi Top Reads / Sunday, April 25, 2021

1. “A Place Like Mississippi,” W. Ralph Eubanks, Timber Press
2. “Gold Diggers,” Sanjena Sathian, Penguin Press
3. “Pappyland,” Wright Thompson, Penguin
4. “A Time for Mercy,” John Grisham, Random House
5. “Blood and Treasure,” Bob Drury and Tom Clavin, St. Martin’s Press
6. “Everything Will Be Okay,” Dana Perino, Hachette
7. “The Last Taxi Driver,” Lee Durkee, Tin House Books
8. “The Hero Code,” William H. McRaven, Grand Central Publishing
9. “Nick,” Michael Farris Smith, Little Brown
10. “Where I Come From,” Rick Bragg, Random House

Children and Young Adults

1. “Dog Man: Mothering Heights,” Dav Pilkey, Graphix
2. “Hugo and the Impossible Thing,” Renée Felice Smith, Chris Gabriel, Sydney Hanson (Illustrations), Flamingo Books
3. “Thesaurus has a Secret,” Anya Glazer, Katerine Tegen Books
4. “Wolfboy” Andy Harkness, Bloomsbury Children’s Books
5. “The Outdoor Scientist,” Temple Grandin, Philomel Books

Compiled by University Press of Mississippi 

Reported by Book Mart & Café (Starkville); Friendly City Books (Columbus); Lemuria Books (Jackson); Lorelei Books (Vicksburg); Square Books (Oxford); Turnrow Book Co. (Greenwood).

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