Watermark Books & Cafe
1. “Little Bot and Sparrow” by Jake Parker
2. “Two by Two” by Nicholas Sparks
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3. “EveryDayCook” by Alton Brown
4. “Bring Me a Rock!” by Daniel Miyares
5. “Commonwealth” by Ann Patchett
New and notable
“Paris for One and Other Stories” by Jojo Moyes (Pamela Dorman Books, $25) – From the bestselling author of “Me Before You” comes a novella set in Paris and a collection of short stories that are quintessential Moyes.
“Young Frankenstein” by Mel Brooks (Black Dog & Leventhal, $29.99) – Mel Brooks tells all about the players, the filming and studio antics during the production of this great comedy classic. For a limited time, Watermark will have free T-shirts for those who purchase a copy of “Young Frankenstein.”
Eighth Day Books
1. “The Brothers Karamazov” by Fyodor Dostoevsky
2. “1984” by George Orwell
3. “Life Under Compulsion: Ten Ways to Destroy the Humanity of Your Child” by Anthony Esolen
4. “Reclaiming the Atonement: An Orthodox Theology of Redemption” by Patrick Henry Reardon
5 “Leisure: The Basis of Culture” by Josef Pieper
New and noteworthy:
“A Deeper Vision: The Catholic Intellectual Tradition in the Twentieth Century” by Robert Royal (Ignatius, $26.95) – A sweeping account of the important contributions to philosophy, theology, and literature made by prominent modern Catholics whose accomplishments have been recognized inside and outside the Church.
“Every Book Its Reader: The Power of the Printed Word to Stir the World” by Nicholas Basbanes (Harper, $15.95) – Following his highly regarded books about book collectors and book preservation, Basbanes explores the books that have shaped culture and changed the way the world is viewed.
Publishers Weekly Best-Sellers
1. “Two by Two,” Nicholas Sparks (Grand Central)
2. “Small Great Things” by Jodi Picoult (Ballantine)
3. “Order to Kill” by Flynn/Mills (Atria/Bestler)
4. “Woman of God” by Patterson/Paetro (Little, Brown)
5. “Home” by Harlan Coben (Dutton)
1. “Killing the Rising Sun” by O’Reilly/Dugard (Holt)
2. “Skinnytaste Fast and Slow” by Gina Homolka (Clarkson Potter)
3. “Born to Run” by Bruce Springsteen (Simon & Schuster)
4. “Jesus Always” by Sarah Young (Thomas Nelson)
5. “Is This the End?” by David Jeremiah (W)