Mississippi Top Reads / Sunday, August 22, 2021

1. “When Evil Lived in Laurel,” Curtis Wilkie, W. W. Norton
2. “Sooley,” John Grisham, Doubleday
3. “A Place Like Mississippi,” W. Ralph Eubanks, Timber Press
4. “Once There Were Wolves,” Charlotte McConaghy, Flatiron Books
5. “The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo,” Taylor Jenkins Reid, Washington Square Press
6. “The Age of Discovery,” Becky Hagenston, Mad Creek Books
7. “World of Wonders,” Aimee Nezhukumatathil, Milkweed Editions
8. “Learning Differently,” Elizabeth Blake-Casano, Westbow Press
9. “Bring Your Baggage, Don’t Pack Light,” Helen Ellis, Random House
10. “Shades of Difference,” Rosalind F. Thomas-McCreary, AuthorHouse

Children and Young Adults

1. “Listen,” Gabi Snyder, Simon and Schuster / Paula Wiseman Books
2. “The Littlest Families Big Day,” Emily Winfield Martin, Random House
3. “The Sweet Dreams Book,” Laurie Parker, YonderDove
4. “Goldilocks: Wanted Dead or Alive,” Chris Colfer and Jon Proctor (illustrated), Hachette Book Group
5. (tie) “Artyfacts,” Hal Evans, Brown Books Kids; and “Concrete Rose,” Angie Thomas, Balzer + Bray

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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