Mississippi Top Reads / Sunday, October 17, 2021

1. “The Lincoln Highway,” Amor Towles, Viking
2. “Cloud Cuckoo Land,” Anthony Doerr, Scribner
3. “Crossroads,” Jonathan Franzen, Farrar, Strauss, Giroux
4. “60,” Robert Khayat, Nautilus
5. “The Every,” Dave Eggers, McSweeney’s Publishing
6. “When Evil Lived in Laurel,” Curtis Wilkie, W. W. Norton & Company
7. “A Place Like Mississippi,” W. Ralph Eubanks, Timber Press
8. “King of the Blues,” Daniel de Vise, Grove Press
9. “The Tender Scar,” Richard Mabry, Kregel Publications
10. “Mississippi Legends and Lore,” Alan Brown, The History Press

Children and Young Adults

1. “Shine!,” J. J. Grabenstein, Random House Books for Young Readers
2. “Stretchy McHandsome,” Judy Schachner, Dial
3. “Barking Ballad,” Julie Paschkis, Simon & Schuster
4. “The Very Hungry Caterpillar,” Eric Carle, Philomel Books
5. “Stretch Like Scarlet,” Emily Liner and John Clark IV (Illustrations), Friendly City Books

Compiled by University Press of Mississippi 

Sales 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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